Service Number: 1119
Enlisted: 30 March 1916, Adelaide, South Australia
Last Rank: Corporal
Last Unit: 11th Light Trench Mortar Battery
Born: Eba, South Australia, 15 October 1893
Home Town: Belalie North, South Australia
Schooling: Public School
Occupation: Farmer
Died: Died of wounds, France, 11 July 1917, aged 23 years
Cemetery: Trois Arbres Cemetery, Steenwerck, Nord Pas de Calais
(Plot I, Row T, Grave No. 1), Trois Arbres Cemetery, Steenwerck, Nord Pas de Calais, France
Memorials: Adelaide National War Memorial, Australian War Memorial Roll of Honour, Belalie North WW1 Memorial & Gates, Cummins War Memorial, Port Lincoln & District Honor Roll WW1, Port Lincoln Garden of Remembrance
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World War 1 Service

30 Mar 1916: Enlisted AIF WW1, Private, SN 1119, Adelaide, South Australia
9 Jun 1916: Involvement AIF WW1, Private, SN 1119, 43rd Infantry Battalion, Enlistment/Embarkation WW1
9 Jun 1916: Embarked AIF WW1, Private, SN 1119, 43rd Infantry Battalion, HMAT Afric, Adelaide
24 Aug 1916: Promoted AIF WW1, Corporal, 11th Light Trench Mortar Battery
11 Jul 1917: Wounded Corporal, SN 1119, 11th Light Trench Mortar Battery, Fractured legs

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Son of Johan Urlich KAMMERMANN and Marie nee SIEBERT

Medals: British War Medal, Victory Medal

Chronicle (Adelaide, SA: 1895 - 1954) Saturday 8 September 1917



Private Julius Paul Kammermann is reported to have died of wounds on July 11. He was born at Morgan about 23 years ago, and later he lived at Belalie for a time. He was resident on Eyre Peninsula for many years, and he became a great favorite in his district. He was deeply interested in the work of the Methodist Church. He enlisted in March, 1916, and sailed on May 15. He reached France in October last, and was transferred to a Trench Mortar Battery. He received his fatal wounds while serving with the battery. 


The Register (Adelaide, SA: 1901 - 1929) Friday 12 October 1917




Mrs. Kammerman, of Woodland Park, Yeelanna,   has received cable news that her youngest son, Cpl. Paul Kammerman, had, on July 11, died of wounds received in France. Both Cpl. Kammer man's parents were Swiss, and the deceased soldier was respected for his cheery and honourable nature. He was a member of the local Methodist Church, and worked for the advancement of the church among the settlers in the new country. He was also keenly interested in manly sports. He enlisted in March, 1916, and left with the 43rd Battalion early in June. Later he was transferred so the 11th Trench Mortar Battery, in which he received his promotion. Prior to enlisting the deceased was engaged in farming. He was in his twenty-third year at the time of his death. His brother, Dvr. Charles Kammerman, of the A.M.C. is still serving in France, and has won the Military Medal.