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  2. PRISONERS LAUGHED EVEN IN SIAM'S BLACKEST DAYS

    Despite the brutalities of our captors, and the sordidness of our captivity under the Japanese, the morale of the prisoners along the ...

    Article : 1,631 words
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    Today's Armstrong "SHAGGY DOG" ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. LEAVE FOR POW's ON RETURN

    Every recovered prisoner of war on his return to Australia would be granted immediate leave, with the exception of those who were in need ...

    Article : 334 words
  5. SYDNEY'S WELCOME TO FIRST POW's FROM SINGAPORE

    Sydney gave a tumultous welcome yesterday to ex-POW's of the 8th Division—the first to arrive in Australia—when Catalina flying-boats ...

    Article : 551 words
  6. RESCUED POW WAS 15 WHEN HE ENLISTED

    After nearly four years in Japanese POW camps in East Asia and Japan Spr J. E. Bassett, of Launceston (T), who was 15 when he enlisted, has ...

    Article : 204 words
  7. ROBBERY AT SOUTH YARRA

    Thieves who forced a rear window by using a spade from the back garden entered a flat occupied by Mrs Lilian Brock, in Leopold st, ...

    Article : 53 words
  8. DISARMING OF JAPS ON TIMOR

    The main Japanese force in Dutch Timor—2,300 troops at Atemboe, 165 miles north of Koepang—is still waiting to hand over its arms to the ...

    Article : 222 words
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  10. HOW NZ SQUADRON GOT ITS HUNDREDTH PLANE

    After waiting for 18 months to round off their score of 99 Japanese planes RNZAF pilots on Bougainville got their hundredth on ...

    Article : 236 words
  11. WITNESSES SOUGHT

    Police would like to hear from witnesses of an accident in Glenhuntly rd, Elsternwick, about noon on August 24, when Mrs Laura Jane ...

    Article : 68 words
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