Historical information

A portrait of a Legatee that had rejoined to serve in the second World War. The caption says it is Legatee E T T Scott.
From NAA.gov.au Edward Thomas Tronson Scott joined on 6 March 1918 to serve in World War One, he was enroute on a troop ship when Armistice occurred and then ship returned to Australia. He caught influenza and was hospitalised for several months before being discharged. His records from the DVA show he enlisted 13 July 1940 and attained the rank of Major (service number VX46714), his posting at discharge was AASC Vic L of C Area.
The portrait was in an album of photos taken in the 1940s (mostly 1945).

Significance

A record of a legatee enlisting to serve in the second World War.

Physical description

Black and white portrait of Legatee E T T Scott who re-enlisted in WW2. Part of a photo album with blue leather look back and front cover. From one of 20 pages with black and white photos.