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Born in Ballarat and a Labourer by trade, Harry Bradbury was 28 years and single when enlisted on the 27th of November 1914 in the 14th Battalion, 3rd Reinforcement, Australian Imperial Force, with the rank of Private, Number 1505. His Unit embarked from Melbourne, Victoria, on board HMAT A54 'Runic' on the 19th of February 1915. Wounded in action in Gallipoli on the 27th of July 1915; on the 6th of August 1915 Shrapnel wound right foot; gunshot wound foot on the 10th of August 1915 and was admitted to No. 2 General hospital; admitted to Britain Hospital, Montash; Gunshot wound foot on the 23rd of September 1915 and after a period in Egypt, disembarked at Marseilles, France on the 8th of June 1916. He was again wounded in action at the first Battle of the Somme on the 3rd of July 1916 and after hospitalisation in England, embarked for Australia and was listed as returned to Australia on the 12th of November 1916. Disembarked at Melbourne on the 31st of December 1916 and was discharged from the Australian Imperial Force on the 23rd of May 1917. Tree No. 346