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Charles David McIntosh Charles David McIntosh i(A145489 works by)
Also writes as: C. D. Mc.
Born: Established: 1880 Brightwater, South Island,
New Zealand,
Pacific Region,
; Died: Ceased: 2 Jun 1949 Concord, Drummoyne - Concord area, Sydney Inner West, Sydney, New South Wales,
Gender: Male
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Charles McIntosh joined the New South Wales Railway Department as an apprentice clerk in 1896. Following the outbreak of World War I in 1914, he was one of a number of recruits selected from the Railway Department for deployment in the Australian Army Service Corps. During World War I, McIntosh served at Gallipoli with the Railway Supply Detachment of the 11th Australian Army Service Corps. Research suggests that he was the author 'C.D. Mc' who contributed to The Anzac Book (1916).

Following his return from World War I, McIntosh became a New South Wales Railway Department publicity officer. He retired from the Railway Department in 1946.

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