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DRAUGHTS PROBLEM No. 1012. (By E. Quinn, Morisset.) [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914

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Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GAME. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914

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Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914

!-:COr t rEs. " TIhe Oe°* r ChePmd -(oo t?ttr. ?r h a-riral -in 1Ioebo to Yre Oooeoooo obooff iheo ior tof ooe in o the iooomo entoope atteeehe ho ij ooed toeLoy e poot '0 the toe-oooth out1obno.o Car. C r.o Gun WOO to toeopteet bethe otheeo n ofo i tu atO. on Coo dooo. ohe a Woore? e ,hr W ith etogeo ootlo 0n0 hie oole "stot goTrh iotth oeOt" t 01i to unepe OOOm.a i OrndM mthoot pa, pooaond'ohor ooeietro?hoOIe bold 0o to oomd. ce, tnd kbttoa nowlg Whoo- he ooooogd to oooioere. thooho toare hooalede ,'?e oea oegioo Koogooge thot ho oo na o.'oneoteot" lbe 000 o•lowed -lto proode. ood eeeolye n O:eotd Fnglod lr. C0'. 0. Waoo. ehomptono of Vitori a. ave a Oomultonebui h ,bOohlttoo .He mtHo .ottono team o0 18o .yrer Woo 0 zomes, droe-l OuOl ot I. "oe .mrtoh -hetweeo Sydei .ohool tI Aoto Cheos Club nod ther teoney Cheo'Clu " iseopctd to tke pboo oh.ot leoomber 10. Poobalbr 1.i oe boards oide oill -he plot-eL . ' "?" The pee? -ro - e u tthe-=onmol'omhpiooe;tip toomee of the School of Art ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914

-o. connRs?OEnD?T,. r.T.IaJ tlJ· ob~i ourne il uu iater Wi~h be p)r~ hr, ic l pnAi1 t~e Ir2n CIlxi~t • _, . eontrilnlllc~n,. :. - . . . dQ t tt~ crm A number of other I- .HuI"il1 -' -il Q-K kt , tbn B xK P SV. C. D tttc n wr'.t IltI'-i ] be plcasl to ire te 'the-er." --:, :

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Will the Kaiser Be Able to Open the Gate of England? [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914

aiser e Ale to Oen eh ~te of rland? Dover, the gate of England i -Can it be forced open ? Yes, if a hostile nation, well equipped with the latest:.artillery and a large fleet of the n ieest airships, holds the opposite sliore-if; in-shtort' the. opposite shore -an be turned :: intoan uip-to-date m?ilitaryj and acial bhse l':ii thistfact liesthe t~ie inwardness, the anl nons slgnificance, of the Kaiser's- frantie ry,. :: attered again and "agald and again; "Oi' to -Calaist1" * Dover, the chief otthe five "Cinque Pores" of.the English Channel, is built in a hollowibe Sti et n the.high chalk cliffs oin the noirthwest side of the Strait which bears its name. It -*is the terminaml f two main, lines ci railway * running from the English metropolis. The -hied feature of? the town is-?the Castle, 371ft above'thesea' which encloses .a masive Norm?an'keep, .now. used as n-bomb magaaisq. and a barracksfor 2ttOOne.lm- Irom'this"lati-, .-ude the w'. hole oL the PreFnh: coastline: from Bou.B?ogne...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914

ANTHON HORDERNS' FOR PRESENTATION PPES Our Illustrated Price List of Taobacco, Cigars and Smokers' Requisites will interest devotees of My Lady Nicotine. Write fqr a copy, post free on request.. Valu thiat oveirshadows competition is a~sured by .ANTHONY HORDERNS' FAMOUS LOW PRICES. ~~ .4 . , . : *. Is. o. 3s.-TRIUMPH PIPE COMPANION. o. 38-TRIUMPH PIPE COMPAFNIONFI TI Pi?, i te e ,, tI, V?at T?o Pi~s~s i L, ,teatlhr C?. te ee.T c.. y. alite UOUtllpiee. 1116. ?mber :rd -Vtflenitc, Snrer-momxted MULtrI- "?, "'- "-lih.a ?mdloc ?]p; 1116 .·" "" SEgi~ht Plpes 1 76. NTHONY HORDERN & SONS, LTD. EPALACEMPOR BRICIFIELD) HILL, SYDiNlL

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMAN'S SKIRT WITH POCKETS SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR OUTDOOR WEAR [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914

WOMAN'S SKIRT WITH POCKETS SPECIALLY DESIGNED EOR "OUTDOOR WEAR (By MhISS . E ROBERTS. Lecturer-in Charge of Womi\'s Handicrafts Department at the Sydney Technici College.) The designers of. women's dresses have been trying to ostisdy our dryintg need for pockets. Esneciatiy do we need them in sports frocks. But there seems to be some unwritten law that if we have a pocket it-.must be hidden away under some trimmin, or in the curves of the lines whlei ciake the-geeral design or cut of the garment-ii Cact, a pocket must never be too apparently a pocket " This week We give a sketch of a skirt, and next week we shall give the blouse,- especially adapted foir tennls, etc., and 'ithpockets. The sketch- (I.) shows the skirt made with a tucked seam dowan. the centrd front; another down the bkck; the darts 'hnplig it- to the figure over the hips; and an embiroldered rever commenelig at the waist lin wide, and curving oht to tin wide at,21n.below the waist. :: This" reve. Crmss the.trltmlete...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
What the Man who Sank our Cruisers Thinks of Us [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914

l_-o ?e ?r 7 - "sers T ii of :lfven a~ithdeatq 'stating thim Ini the foe, ~thykltep~t to r-peM~o~ , ready to beadle their uoelesa osea The ere brave, ? -trde tp their coon?Ws oea traditlons?." : ,:-: - . - i. Tisglowing tribute to the heroism of the lBritiah tdr comr n from noo other fthan Iden tenut- , Captaibr Omtto.Weedngen :ommandr- of the e'submarlne W.I,9 Fwhicheapykth hrtee - ritish cruisers in the eoirth Sea. :-His own narrati :of the disaster?is pnbllsBhed in the i New:Yor?k World ed-* th_-~-.~ oogh edi-~t ed. hyth e~mon: dsirot:ya d mty- ? ibl.be osenrvleee Q'aGreat Afterdcacihin hta haty~eddiog .andbls-i departure" ?immelately afterwards, the-&Co.m mriander says -:I set out from -· Northi Sea port on-bne of thema orf the KClelanail,.an set my: course In a- south-westerly diection: TheF name of the port I cannot state oiecliily, but It "can hbe :guessed natnor am I -permltted -'to sayg defnlitely just when w- started. but it vls not many days before the morning .ol...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POULTRY INLAMMATION OF THE EGG PASSAGE HOW TO TREAT IT ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914

InLAIiMTION OF THE-EGG I PASSAGE I. . . ,XSWEOJI TO CQRRESPO1ODEPTBI. " - .lf; w-itor: I here hoer ? rm hihe I am told is b,?mond0 ond- to dose eth castor oil for. a core, is the ebt-ht? Ao. : "This eondition reelts from inj 0htht?n, throirgh the eoeeoire -rombe ef the'g? or .--0fL-eo.of the paooo0, tofmeompliheleyieg. The . on-tm thP heo d.e Vcidt the erec ith -ot core-it odolh tog- ril~bn umnleed. toot toil ted riogo -droped." ceette-ote - od di-_ reco. The treetment I -d.leees that you.e- , roe-the rent ito m eteer 0.00to?entit 00 _eeOtnee little time. It this dorl ifot ceffe-tly -re.e the. pesh to preoure the- delirey of the egg", reeffulye e an ounce 0 scnod oiL if ,?the eggohouid be broken, tret es direetod for it? .eworl -to the ertiele on 'Ietem etion .of the E?g -_eg- e,S" cs.dealteith in this i.ee. " , o-peeriet Oboeld b adminoleeed, and the bled -fd 0n .ofet w00ethu olthg fOod. If dt,. it is advLeoble to reduoo the ooeditioe-for a time, nd :to-rhek oheyie if coy :·1. ,x· ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Some of the Preparations Made by the Fatherland [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914

So.ie of- e Pre arations a "" y the Fatherland The report issued fronmBritish headquarters last month, which;deals withlthe work of Ger man spies In the held is bighlp importantThat men in plait clothes have signalled. to. tho enemy by menians pf colored fights and by puffs of moke, ;that attiempts have been made to use the hands of a crlock. to :aei aphore in .a ,spo ially improvised'code, and that'women:agentr have been canght, clearly prove that the Ger man Government has reduced the tiaining of Its secret service to a:fine art. -. The Work and duties of. agents employ by the official- and unofcial sections of the secret service of a countrylike Geumany lmust nliar ally be divided into:two parts. As a pro. liminary measure it is probable, and-it is now evident that during times of peace'no stone has'. been left untrmed to acquire every possible .item of information. which in war coulde ubse ful to the Kaiser's General Staff- But this as tnot all, forcoupe .with "and.,partl indepe...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE KAISER AND KIAO-CHAU [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914

THE KxAIsE AND KIAO -HAU An explanation which was published in ?er many seven years ago snows the way inwwhich" .Kiao-Chau" was -picked oat at the ,slace to be s-eiz?d A4sistorical 'work published at that time stated that a certain.missionairy German bishop had suggdted the occupation of Kihao Chau. The Emperor 'made a mirginal :cor rection agaiiist this statement to the followins" effect : Wrong. I selected Kiao-Chau' after I had hat Sam-sa Bay and: Wei-Hai-Wei reconnoitred. .oth -were reported to meas 'wholly unsuitable, 1~ tliereupon'took Baron von RicThc1ifsen's'bdob tnd a nmap Of -China andI after ?eading 'his chapter on Shantung .I de'cid-:for the port of Kiao-Chau, as Baroi? 'von iticcthofsen' opinion/ of the hinterland r;as so r,?:iarlsablp favorabl. 'Bishop Aizer'had nothing, to .d writh the decision. .:ronm' the tim:of .her Cihiese whir i?i 189? onwards Japan -has: aimed at incretiisg her territoriat-i nterest in- Chinant As a reult o that- war she, secured Formosa by :def...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Have the Bulgars Forgotten Russia's Services ? [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914

- Haveithe as ??rg si I remember well the year0... 3, when Mace donia was drownini 'n "o'ieB o. blood, *hen Bulgaria, frightened by the.. terible massacres .there, appealed to Great Britain and Russia to support her it the dradful disaster which had overtaken her peoile, wites einitenant-Colonel Roustam Bek .-in the "Express." '.: - I wentlto Sofia to take comband of a hiind o Mlacedonians on 'the day when the:BlackL Masass was celebrated. in the cathedr- for the fallen hemes. -I wnas reclved~'byr eveyhody, -irom:nth?~Mnistes to the-merest peasants, as'a real brother.as a welcome friend. On all sides I heard onlfy assiancs 'oflovelfor Rusata-the liberator it! i?ei"Bulgaitn" nition : " Afterwards, in the Balkans, in.. the little "hohhbi (cottage's)and "vilage. s I-was' snt prised to find eierywhere portraits of: the -Rus nian.CCase-- and -trFe national colbor bft:Russic" All oficers, privates and inhabitanta sitierely proclaimed 'their gratefpuness and devotioi-rtp the great northerh...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914

HILDAMERE'S , At(NIFICEAT STRAIN OF ASTER PLANTS Splendid plhnt rtadyr.aw :u-the Tolloeelng elght eolora--Dlue, Whltt. Pink* Put?le, fed, liebiotepes.-nd Flesh.. ,at L per dao: nd ~r famous saseltty MAUI mnor 1n niSte. at 2/ pet doe. Pestoge dd per ds" "ete. PICf ALOFIFER osfl- each of the above eight -LDtAle E fo R B E. poSt ure I -rats. HILDAMERE Nursery d~iIaii:: SI/I/ LANEg. D I'LAX' If/fCB~TfSl. V '8I Georeeetreet. Sydoej< MOTHERHOOD. "Motherhood," as the late Dr. Talmageob-' served. "is the noblest aspiration of-:woman- hood in its best sense." Tiere, is soietbing lacking in the. home into which no baby has ever entered. Without the advent of the "littla' Itranger the happiness of husband and wife is hever qtite complete.:' A book :of valuable isformation'will be'sent free to anyone who cuts this advt. out and sends it to Dept B, LADIES' COLLEGE OF HEALTH. I54 Ox if.gd street. Sydney. Visitors to theCity are orrdially invited to call at the College and dis. chss hea...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
How Soldiers' Love Tokens are Prized [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914

How SolieroveThkens are No onp who has any intimate imowledge of the soldier. r who has seen anythiog 'of hisl life on hctiv service; can'be Ignorant of the fad thaf the numbetrof men who pioceed to - the front ithlbut anythleng Ithe shpe of. ' love-token is, comparatively. apeaking, quite samalL '. S.,When a good opportunity prieentsaitself, -nd the-troops on active service 'emove, their s .erges prevlouq to having a "thorough splash," .manya olove-token may be observed by thobse: who have their eyes to aes. A love-token may; of course. take various shapes. It may be a bracelet, a necklace, or a locket, o"it may. be something.entirely different" Perihapnsthe md S.orlty of these tokeas are worn around the neck, though thlns is a custom :seldom practised by officers, who prfefr that an~y love-tokhis they may arry on their .persons .should eith~er be jealusly hlddeh from prying etes, or else should tke, sueh a' form as not to arouse the' S lightesoccirloslty oh: the part of'theirfrfen...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GARDEN ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914

-AUEWERS TO COI1RESPONOENTS. "WEaphsT'r?Ls (to ".tm?tes.'): Pthne olb r-oqot e . Uer otoLe tbr OeeripenXtg., 1.Whn plasted to 0the. pen_4wy hore to.ipt op -ith hlusterstr oon lolla. asd i m llght soil do not s tem t h mond lhoetlhrr itt.I. loe 0r light; 1..e ase sonerbed ob s 'that t" strf .oot the pilst, omuld bloom. ery t le-?enr- .tibey ceuld taLe that' sot In a .ampsr .r.ely dry tl-ls Th?ebulbs .dll tr s ,oo blt ithu "ltter. lunorde tWist.. tom.-tme- d.1" not fall bela.. 40 lit 4S dsqoeee-2- , DubhtD~Otls l in nIt . t9 "t rlhid"): bb- sare . .b'lLs -Le.wuswbot1- oe'obttled "1. ?oole". " . t -otD. , AnhB"l orSOthli by the romrse seo 71..,' Cooe~ god md OtitlsOO~~telto.~ sood elsy .6. 50:. , .row thsl' rrs·y cheap. ...... .. "" ....--. - tI~~oth so uaothe ep -st-lrdol~e, tlo moot- joetos . .-.td... to hotep dow u.ed. isrlr ettoar ? bl.s.to temseteetr .S-o-tybe.. I~the gmod is ha.-o0 sop. (ee. tl he "-ery hit ",ni , to de1 -with .ooh oeeos 4. p mmto bt n-ondtr ere" toey-orrisd-at l...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Belgians who were Compelled to Clap at Execution [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914

eanwho wer m e Refutation of the assertlon that thbie illan so?'n of tahi Brgomaiter ~b Aerschot. klled :i e- remoffn general, and so caused th "destruction ! "o-ftho town:by the:invhderso. si'cootainr'd' in a ietter" from-' the' boy'sormother," Mim.e Tiele i~n., .published .in an official report of tho e Igian" Commislon: Inqulring intto the German `itrectlteOs She writeso:- My husband; my children, the servants, and . myself had Jlut time to rush to the etair leading to the cellars. The Germianh were : ee firingsin the halls .of the houses. After a few innuted of great anxiety one of the "geheral's- aldes-de-camp came down, saying :- "The general is deod ; where i the Bur S gotasterT" , dij husband said to me, ";ThiS will be c'iocus for me." - :As he was stepping forward I said to the ?ad.~ carmp: "You may see; ir, that my bt~bihnd did not fire." "Never mind," he answered. - "HE IS RESPONSIBLE." My husband was.takedl away. My son. who was at my side, led us to another cellar. The ...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Dash into Dixmude with the Red Cross Workers [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914

A-: - . Dshinto iDi?udea h e -Red Cross Workers.: Wrting from Furnms in Belgium.last month, a correspondent with the British troops gives i some interesting details concerning the work of the British hispital in th he eld. e says: •Miss MacNaughton,. the novelist, was one of those whio has gonie through great tests of cou rage, and Lady Dorothy Fielding won every body's love by, her gallantry and plucky devo tion to dutyin many perilous hours. She takes ..all risks with laughing courage. She has been under' fire-.in many hot skirmishes, and has helped bring away the wounded from.the fight ing around Ghent when her own life might have paid the forfeit for defiance of the bursting shells. . ' Thin morning alflying column of the hospital wa: as preparing to -set out in search of wounded m.en on the firing line under direction of Lieut. de Broqueville, son of the Belgian war minister. The lieutenant, :very cool and debonair, was arranging the order of the day with Dr.-Munro. S Lady Doro...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMANS AT THE G.P.O. [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914

GERMANS AT THE G.P O. The New ,ealand Government has, for good ceasons, decided to sack all unnatuc-aised ansd-. naturalised Germans in' .its service until thi latter section shall have proved its claimsc to be accepted as loyal subjects of the King :In New South Wales there seems .to be an:in- . clination to symnkthise with Brother Hun, on the. misfortynes ehe or his folk have brought upon themselves, and this doubtless ejiplains why; themzilitary authorities deem it advisable to kcep a guard ,oi the General Post Office. Some of the employees in that department, however, do ot :quitte- appreciate the-protec.. tion, and even fail to understand the-necessity of such gsard. J-It is;polited'loit viat-if:tho guard is placed therO to prevent .Germanzs iriem gaining entrance anr4 presumably d.amaging thoe C:P.O. and equipments. -thoe move iie, as usual, a little late, sinte at the prscnt .time haof. a , dozen-Germans hold -responsible--positlons in. that delartment,. Though there is no di...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Right off the Reel: All About the Movies [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914

I _ o· .. -·:·.-.- .~·.1 Who hasn't heard of Dne -&ronnd - O'Brien.: the pgLlist, who asmsl mndse hammers. ard.chtdroform to ds feat - ls -oppmnents ? The oo-eetor o - thatl role Is Frod. MIac; *jf the ilntutal.. Cpr;or- lozi - tbe.an "whocan control. the rnizauios at too 't peotOle tOn con tiol'thel flntes.. His ,ower'bf fIelafe'pres ion" crieh him thie rsp:d3 vro treotn~ mm-n deville, a'nd han dode the .sabme for him in he `movies. -'Nh wasrd .see of.the fltat-mem ,hoo: of-th? Keyitonee Comosal. -: bat . was transferred to the Apollo Company on Ita lor 'nitloin It6 work Is largely repponsible for tlo sUccesna'p that brand of. , fr ,pt-Patfar. Pnn fort "-graph" eomendl enne ?,'ob has eoh me· amaspis paprt in F'athor;,iirr~ ttloUn at lrthe Coolontt. 'n'ehatre to orrow~ Bha woe on6ly ta en gato.?in the movi'. e when the VItijraph SComnpanyi- dettad~to atd a ten of Iaoiihtei to their iota nn. y Iaclgyo. Itacik, eid line Price ulfllled ro qdiremeote,7 : and ill cin a~seilOidy s...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
How War has been financed in Past Campaigns [Newspaper Article] — The Globe and Sunday Times War Pictorial — 12 December 1914

I H~~R~~ BB~B~~~I~:~P ~~ (ByP u'Fupc~) SWhile" the argument o:f authority Ca one of the most abused of alland wh~ile it is often at the same time one of the most misleading, there is much to be learned:from a compaer? son of the circisntanoes of the State and the individual with such other circumstances in other individuals and in other States as have become a matter of history, or so much a mat ter of the past as to be viewed in an approxi mately correct ?eespective. For this reason the method in which the United States dealt with the crisis of the war with.Spain may-.be well worth considerin'g tor the incidental 1 sons that it may bear sor those concerned with the financial stability of the Commonwealth and the various- States. When the news of the sinking of the Maine reached the State Department at Washington there was in the Treasury a total amount oe £45,O00,to . Of this amount, however, only some £5,000,000 was immedia~tely.availabtle sor expenoiture. At the period under cons...

Publication Title: Globe And Sunday Times War Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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