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Major General (Maj Gen) T. W. Glasgow CB CMG DSO, Commanding 1st Division, with his Staff Officers, 25 December 1918.  Capt AH Marks 5th from left, front row

Major General (Maj Gen) T. W. Glasgow CB CMG DSO, Commanding 1st Division, with his Staff Officers, 25 December 1918. Capt AH Marks 5th from left, front row. 

Type:   Photograph

Current Location: Australian War Memorial

Period: 1918

Where Made: Belgium: Wallonie, Hainaut, Presles

Description: Group portrait of Major General (Maj Gen) T. W. Glasgow CB CMG DSO, Commanding 1st Division, with his Staff Officers. Identified: Lieutenant Athol Norrie MC ; Captain (Capt) G. F. Priestley MC; Capt W. G. Cornish MC; Major (Maj) R. Morell DSO; Colonel A. H. Marks DSO; Maj Gen T. W. Glasgow; Lieutenant Colonel J. L. Hardie DSO; Maj W. J. Christie; Maj T. Fletcher MC; Maj H. B. Lee DSO MC; Capt AcM. Maxwell DSO MC; Capt G. C. Campbell MC; Capt A. M. Aurousseau MC; Maj R. Kerr DSO; unidentified.Colonel AH Marks is 5th from the left, front row (AWM).Further details at http://cas.awm.gov.au/item/E03955K

AH (Alex) Marks's military career began before World War 1 with his appointment as an honorary captain in the Australian Medical Corps, attached to the 2nd Brigade. He enlisted in the AIF in August 1914 and served in Gallipoli as regimental medical officer in the 3rd Field Artillery Brigade, and then as deputy assistant director of medical services in the 4th Division in France from February to December 1916, when he was promoted lieutenant-colonel commanding the 2nd Australian Field Ambulance. Invalided back to England in February 1917, he formed and commanded the 16th Australian Field Ambulance, attached to the 16th Brigade in England. He returned to France in October as commander of the 1st Australian Casualty Clearing Station, serving with the unit until his promotion to colonel and appointment as ADMS of the 1st Division in September 1918. He was awarded the Distinguished Service Order in 1916 and the French Croix de Guerre in 1918, and was appointed CBE in 1919. He was twice mentioned in despatches.
http://cas.awm.gov.au/item/E03955K

E03955

Major General (Maj Gen) T. W. Glasgow CB CMG DSO, Commanding 1st Division, with his Staff Officers, 25 December 1918.  Capt AH Marks 5th from left, front row

AH Marks's papers relating to his service in Egypt and at Gallipoli, 1914-1915 

Type:   Document

Current Location: Australian War Memorial

Period: 1914-1915

Creator: AH Marks

Where Made: Australia

Description: Collection relating to the service of Colonel Alexander Hammett Marks, CBE, DSO, Royal Australian Army Medical Corps, Egypt, Gallipoli, 1914-1915. Collection consists of a typed narrative based on an interview with Colonel Marks regarding 3rd Australian Field Artillery Brigade (1914-1915). [Date of interview unknown]. Detailed narrative of his service at Gallipoli as an officer with the Australian Army Medical Corps. (AWM description)

AH (Alex) Marks's military career began before World War 1 with his appointment as an honorary captain in the Australian Medical Corps, attached to the 2nd Brigade. He enlisted in the AIF in August 1914 and served in Gallipoli as regimental medical officer in the 3rd Field Artillery Brigade, as deputy assistant director of medical services in the 4th Division in France until December 1916 when he was promoted lieutenant-colonel commanding the 2nd Australian Field Ambulance. Invalided back to England in February 1917, he formed and commanded the 16th Australian Field Ambulance, attached to the 16th Brigade in England. He returned to France in October as commander of the 1st Australian Casualty Clearing Station, serving with the unit until his promotion to colonel and appointment as ADMS of the 1st Division in September 1918. He was awarded the Distinguished Service Order in 1916 and the French Croix de Guerre in 1918, and was appointed CBE in 1919. He was twice mentioned in despatches.
http://cas.awm.gov.au/item/1DRL/0480

1DRL/0480

Major General (Maj Gen) T. W. Glasgow CB CMG DSO, Commanding 1st Division, with his Staff Officers, 25 December 1918.  Capt AH Marks 5th from left, front row

Diary, letters and telegrams of Espie Dods in World War 1. 

Type:   Document

Current Location: Australian War Memorial

Period: 1915-1917

Creator: Espie Dods

Where Made: Gallipoli, France

Description: 13 items, 1915-1917. The diary was written at Gallipoli.

Espie Dods had served in the Boer War and at the outbreak of World War 1 rejoined the Army Medical Corps, attached to the 5th Light Horse Regiment. He served at Gallipoli between May and August 1915, and was awarded the Military Cross. He was badly wounded by shrapnel in August 1915 but returned to action a couple of months later. He then served on the Western Front, at Pozieres during the battle of the Somme in 1916, where he earned the Distinguished Service Order, and by the end of the war he had been promoted lieutenant colonel.
http://cas.awm.gov.au/item/PR86/034

PR86/034

Major General (Maj Gen) T. W. Glasgow CB CMG DSO, Commanding 1st Division, with his Staff Officers, 25 December 1918.  Capt AH Marks 5th from left, front row

AH Marks, notes and drafts towards article in the Australian Dictionary of Biography by Darryl McIntyre 

Type:   Document

Current Location: Australian War Memorial

Period: 1986

Creator: Darryl McIntyre

Where Made: Australia

Description: Article plus drafts and source material on career of Colonel Marks prepared by Darryl McIntyre for inclusion in the Australian Dictionary of Biography

http://cas.awm.gov.au/item/PR85/085

PR85/085

Espie Dods in South Africa, c.1900

South Africa, c1900. Informal group portrait of British and Australian Army officers, Espie Dods 7th from left. 

Type:   Photograph

Current Location: Australian War Memorial

Period: c.1900

Where Made: South Africa

Description: Photograph, print, silver gelatin. Informal group portrait of British and Australian Army officers of the 1st Queensland Mounted Infantry Contingent, with their commander, Lieutenant Colonel Percy Ralph Ricardo, South Africa, c.1900. The officer standing 7th from the left is Capt Joseph Espie Dods, Army Medical Corps and Surgeon to the 1st Queensland Mounted Infantry. (AWM - full details at http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/14190077)

Espie Dods was Pat Marks's uncle and served in the Boer War from 1899 to 1902 as a Captain in the Army Medical Corps.
http://cas.awm.gov.au/item/P03206.001

P03206.001