Alias Karl Schultz
Place Warsaw, Poland
Ethnic origin German/Polish
Religion Church of England
Father George Connand
By 1918 was a widower with two children
Arrived at Australia
Residence before enlistment Brisbane, Cloncurry, Qld
Occupation Labourer, fitter (miner)
Service service number 3136
POE Cloncurry, Qld
unit 52nd Battalion
place England, 1917
final fate RTA 27.08.1917
discharged 20.11.1917 MU
Naturalisation Served as Russian subject
Residence after the war 1918 Rockhampton, 1919 Thornborough, Qld
Died 21.09.1942 Ipswich, Qld
Digitised service records (NAA)
Digitised Embarkation roll entry (AWM)
Alien registration (NAA)
Personal case file (NAA)
Returned soldier in trouble. - Brisbane Courier, 15 June 1918, p. 13.
A Western sensation. attack on a drover. - Darling Downs Gazette, 5 June 1922, p. 5.
Driver's fight for life. Giant Pole's attack. - Journal, Adelaide, 13 June 1922, p. 1.
Murder charge. - Daily Standard, Brisbane, 10 July 1922, p. 5.
"Liable to life". - Telegraph, Brisbane, 22 September 1922, p. 2.
Attempted murder. - Cairns Post, 23 September 1922, p. 5.
Criminal court appeal. - Daily Standard, Brisbane, 6 May 1924, p. 1.