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  2. Rank and File.

    Mr. J. A. La Nauze, the recently selected Rhodes scholar, is the son of the late Captain C. A. La Naupze, who was [?] 11th Battalion original, killed on June 28, ...

    Article : 278 words
  3. A Digger's Diary

    There is a marked revival of sentiment among the ex-service men in Western Australia, and sub-branches of the Returned Soldiers' League and unit associations are displaying more interest in their affairs than ever before. The foundations on which these organisations are built is comradeship, and the old ...

    Article : 379 words
  4. Personal War Tales.

    Those of our readers who took part in the Great War are invited to send for publication short accounts of happenings with which they themselves were concerned. The tales can be ...

    Article : 342 words

    From issues of the "Perth Gazette and Independent Journal of Politics and News," published in 1864, selections, are printed hereunder that should prove particularly interesting to-day. ...

    Article : 33 words

    General R— commanded a brigade of Highlanders, but, contrary to the staffs' aversion to front-line tours, he was a fairly ...

    Article : 379 words
  7. Merely a Furphy.

    "Furphies" were getting played out with Aussies in France until the 3rd Division occupied England. Then a new crop flourished. As a fact they started to grow ...

    Article : 389 words
  8. On Parade.

    The "gunners" were at home at the Soldiers' Institute last week to welcome back from a trip to the Old Country, one of their number, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Talbot ...

    Article : 490 words
  9. The Indian Digger.

    "Croweater," Perth: Re your par. last week about Cass Mahomet, the only Indian digger in the A.I.F. I knew him in South Australia before he enlisted. ...

    Article : 369 words
  10. The Western Front.

    Charles F. W. Ratcliffe, on November ll; late 19th Battalion, A.I.F., and member Katanning sub-branch R.S.L. ...

    Article : 68 words
  11. Ypres — 1930.

    Captain H. A. Taylor, in "Good-bye to the Battlefields," describes a visit to the Ypres area in 1930. "If you have a car you find yourself moving westward again, ...

    Article : 434 words
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