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  2. 51st Battalion History.

    Dear "Non-com."—Further to the proposed history of the 51st Battalion, I have received a very nice letter from the director. Australian war memorial, which ...

    Article : 1,131 words
  3. A DIGGER'S DIARY (Contd.) Allied Propaganda.

    Dear "Non-Com."—Further to "Anzaussie" on propaganda in a recent issue. Did people believe all they read? Perhaps not, but I am firmly convinced that ...

    Article : 636 words
  4. To Correspondents.

    "English Lass and Goldielocks."—Many thanks for your letter, which I read from start to finish over the air at That Dinner. "Romuero" (Ex-R.N.), Quairading.— ...

    Article : 967 words
  5. Snap Joins the Y.M.

    Listen, "Non-Com"!—Snapper was never a parade ground soldier. A hard-doer, and a great barterer, one of his greatest triumphs was gained at the expense of the ...

    Article : 313 words
  6. Naval and Nautical.

    Dear "Non-Com."—The need for secrecy now passed, the reasons prompting the appearance of the Fleet in our Port of Fremantle may now be stated. News came ...

    Article : 645 words
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    THE HORTON WAR HOSPITAL., EPSOM. Hundreds of digaers passed through The Horton War Hospital, at Epsom, during the war years Part of it is shown above, together with the beautiful grounds enclosing it. "Horton," who sent the picture, states that it was a refuge coveted by the wounded soldier. She served therein ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 129 words
  8. Fredriksfeld.

    Dear "Non-Com."—In a recent issue were two photos which set the old cogs of memory working back along the track again. The first was the windmill and its ...

    Article : 257 words
  9. "Lootwallahs."

    Dear "Non-Com."—Further to a recent news item about British troops in India raiding a village. After a period of service on the North-west Frontier, where ...

    Article : 307 words
  10. Artillery in No-Man's Land.

    Dear "Non-Com."—Re "Kutcha Wallah's" artillery in No-Man's Land. I wonder if he was alluding to an abandoned minenwerfer emplacement that was about ...

    Article : 211 words
  11. The Anzacs' Parade.

    Dear "Non-Com."—Further to "Reg Border's" recent suggestion that it would be a fine gesture to the Old Contemptibles to invite them to lead the Anzae parade ...

    Article : 163 words
  12. Tired.

    Dear "Non-Com."—The battalion had marched 20 miles and the troops were ready to call it a day. The C.O. addressed them: "Men, you have had a long march, ...

    Article : 112 words



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