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  2. HELP THE JEWS!

    Sir,—Since receiving the enclosed cuting my brain has worked, to find a way of helping these wretchedly persecuted peoples, and my thoughts have turned ...

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  3. LETTERS FROM THE FRONT. NURSE MENA BROMLEY.

    At Sea, 7/10,15.—We reach Malta at daybreak to-morrow, all being well, disappointed we did not go to Alexandria this trip to get letters. This time we ...

    Article : 338 words
  4. OUR WAR PAGE WEEKLY REVIEW OF THE WAR

    The attitude of Greece is again giving [?]ble, nor is that to be wondered at [?] the report that the Allies have only [?]5,000 troops there is correct. That ...

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  5. SERGT. A. L. DARDEL.

    Extracts from a letter from Sergeant A. Louis Dardel, 13th Light Horse, Gallipoli, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dardel, of Batesford: "I must thank ...

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  6. PTE. BERT REEVES.

    Lemnos Island, 7th Ocrtober, 1915.—Dear —, Have received all your welcome letters every mail, also [?] etc., for which please accept best ...

    Article : 276 words
  7. MONTE DOUGLASS.

    Lowland Convalescent Clearing Station, West Mudros, 5th October.—Since I last wrote I have been discharged from the hospital, and am now in the ...

    Article : 459 words
  8. JOE SLATER.

    Under date October 2nd, Joe Slater writes to Mr. C. Brownlow, secretary of the Geelong Football Club:—Your letter to hand this mail, and ...

    Article : 356 words
  9. PTE. J. S. R. HEATH.

    Brighton Beach, near Anzac Cove, Gallipoli, October 6th.—Things just jogging along here. I am on duty in the camp to-day that is, ...

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  10. PTE. LEO HEALEY.

    A letter from the front has been received by Mr. C. Brownlow, secretary of the Geelong Cricket and Football Club, from Lee. Healy, a playing ...

    Article : 135 words
  11. THE BALKANS LEAD--WHERE?

    Let us suppose an extreme case. Let us suppose that before December the enemy were to destroy the Serbian Army. Let us suppose that he were ...

    Article : 457 words
  12. CLIVE NEWMAN.

    Gallipoli, 15/9/15.—Most of the Infantry Brigades have been taken away for a spell, but, so far, nothing has been said about us. For the first few ...

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  13. FROM FEN. PILLOW.

    Son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Pillow, of Herne Hill.—Gallipoli, P.S.J.B. Dugout, 5/10/15.—Dear Father and Mother, —things have been pretty quiet here ...

    Article : 526 words
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  15. PTE. A. G. WAUGH.

    (Extracts from a letter from Pte. A. G. Waugh, one of the volunteers of the Southland, to his friend, Les. Parrott, of Geelong):— ...

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  16. KULTUR FOR THE TURKS

    Seventeen German professors have accepted appointments at Constantinople University. They are to be instructed in the Turkish language until ...

    Article : 55 words
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  20. GNR. ARTHUR F. PURNELL

    Late of North Geelong, writes to his parents:—"2nd Casualty Clearing Hospital, Lemnos Island, 22/9/15.—I am still in the hospital, but let me give you ...

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