Orderly

The home of the Lonsdale Battalion 1914-1918

Orderly: A soldier or non-commissioned officer told off for routine duty. Such duties are usually undertaken by all the men in turn.[1]

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  1. Various contributors (1914). The War Book-of-Facts. 2nd Edition. A.W. Shaw Company, London p.144.

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