List of Australian Army Medical Units in World War I - Australian General Hospital

Australian General Hospital

  • 1st Australian General Hospital (Queensland)
  • 2nd Australian General Hospital (New South Wales)
  • 3rd Australian General Hospital (New South Wales)
  • 4th Australian General Hospital (New South Wales)
  • 5th Australian General Hospital (Victoria)
  • 6th Australian General Hospital (Queensland)
  • 7th Australian General Hospital (South Australia)
  • 8th Australian General Hospital (Western Australia)
  • 9th Australian General Hospital (Tasmania)
  • 10th Australian General Hospital
  • 11th Australian General Hospital (Victoria)
  • 12th Australian General Hospital (Tasmania)
  • 13th Australian General Hospital (Queensland)
  • 14th Australian General Hospital
  • 15th Australian General Hospital (South Australia)
  • 16th Australian General Hospital (Victoria)
  • 17th Australian General Hospital (Queensland)

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