21st Oct 1918: PM Hughes intervenes in Australian Corps requirement

Back in the rest area, General Hobbs who was commanding the Australian Corps in General Monash’s leave of absence was warned that the Corps would again be required. As Prime Minister Hughes had promised the divisions that they would have a long and unbroken rest British 4th Army General Rawlinson agreed to a two week delay.

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