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  2. THE WORLD UNDER RE-CONSTRUCTION

    The enthusiasm with which President Wilson was greeted on his arrival in Europe last December is giving place to critical and even cynical ...

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  5. AUSTRALlA'S FLEET

    An enthusiastic welcome was given to the officers and men of the Australian cruiser Melbourne and her consorts, on their arrival at Port ...

    Article : 522 words
  6. SOLDIER STUDENTS

    Senator Pearce, Australian Minister for Defence, who is at present in London, has arranged for a hundred carefully, selected members of the ...

    Article : 109 words
  7. REPATRIATION WORK

    A message from London states that the remaining limbless members of the A.I.F. will be repatriated early in May, except for a few that are unfit ...

    Article : 96 words
  8. TRAINEES IN THE A.I.F.

    Discharged A.I.F. men that have served beyond the Commonwealth, and that were born in the years 1895 to 1901, become liable, after a certain ...

    Article : 236 words
  9. THE HOMEWARD FLIGHT

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  10. A PERSIAN TRAMP

    During the operations in Mesopotamia which resulted in the capture of Bagdad, a British airman was despatched with a message to the ...

    Article : 363 words
  11. CANING OF NAVAL CADETS.

    The caning of boys training for the Australian navy is to be abolished. Recent allegations regarding the nature of the practice on the ...

    Article : 67 words
  12. A.I.F. OFFICERS' CLUB.

    Speaking at a dinner at the A.I.F. Officers' Club, Piccadilly, General Sir John Monash said dial the club had been an immense convenience. It had ...

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  13. WAR SAVINGS

    The Acting Prime Minister (Mr. Walt) stated last week that it had been decided to [?] two new series of war-savings issue two new series of ...

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  14. DATES OF THE WAR

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  15. ON BOARD THE WANOILLA.

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  16. MISSING A.I.F. PRISONERS.

    The Australian Red Cross Commissioner in London, in co-operation with the Commandant of the A.I.F. headquarters, has sent Capt. Mills, a ...

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  17. TERMS OF PEACE

    pay £l,000,000,000 worth of gold, goods, and ships. The first charge thereon will be the cost of the armies of occupation and supplies forwarded ...

    Article : 333 words
  18. LICHT HORSEMEN.

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  19. MILITARY PRISONERS.

    It has been stated recently that large numbers of members of the A.I.F. have been imprisoned in Australia gaols for military offences ...

    Article : 208 words
  20. "AUSSIE" BRIDES.

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  21. WIRELESS SIGNALLERS.

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  22. THE LATEST WAR CABLES

    THE TERMS OF PEACE.—Additional particulars relating to the teams of peace show that the mandate for the Herman Sarmosa Islands goes to New Zealand, for the south possessions south of the Germany Australia, in connection with any financial support they received, shall revert to the Allies ...

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