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Lower Grade Servicemen

Reserves - World War II


Joe Askew (or Jim) Askew played in the Carlton Reserves 1938-1939, he fought alongside Jim Park in New Guinea.
Askew served for nearly six years, discharged in 1945 and played with Glenelg (SA) then Benalla as playing coach in 1946.

Arthur Wilson Chitty brother of Carlton champion Bob Chitty played for the Carlton Reserves in 1940.
Arthur Chiity joined the 2/23rd battalion A. I. F. and was killed in action at El Alamein Egypt on July 22 1942.

Ernie Pilkington served in the Royal Australian Navy from 1939 -1945, Ernie survived the sinking of his ship the H.M.A.S. Vampire in 1942.
He played for the Carlton Reserves in 1941.

"Ted Jackson from the Carlton second eighteen and the Carlton first eleven. Previously he played for the VJCA."
Jackson is photographed in the R.A.A.F. Beaufighter squadron football team. Most of the players are ground staff as the flying crew risked injury playing.
(Hec de Lacey article Sporting Globe March 11 p3 1944)

"Albie Broman, Carlton footballer." Sporting Globe Nov 15 1941 (p4)
Possibly a printing error.
Broman played seven VFL games with Richmond and was in their reserves side for three years. He served in the RAN during WW2



Please notify Blueseum if you have a relative, or know of someone who played for the Carlton Reserves or U19's who served in the armed forces or the civil defence units of Australia in any conflict.



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