Army Form B.103 is an extremely useful document as it gives not only attestation and enlistment details but also movements from the time the soldier stepped ashore in war zone. These documents can run to several pages and are useful additions to - or substitutes for - attestation papers.
There are two date columns on this form and it's the date on the right which is the date of the event. So in the example above, Private Anderson was admitted to the 31st General Hospital at Port Said on the 12th December 1916.
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