|P. O. W.||1|
|EDITORIAL A TIN WHISTLE||1|
|THEY ARE ENJOYING SWITZERLAND Englishwomen Are Acting as Hostesses and Are Showing Our Men the Country.||1|
|Marlag und Milag||1|
|WINTER COMES LATE TO STALAG XIII. C Impressive Burial Rites of Allied Airmen||2|
|THEY ARE OPTIMISTIC IN STALAG 344 Vow Never to Leave the Land of the Wattle Again||3|
|Stalag 317 (XVIII. C), in Austrian Tyrol||3|
|B.A.B. 21, Blechhammat||3|
|OFLAG VIII. F “A Polyglot Centre”||3|
|FARMING MAKES FOR HEALTH AND SOME FREEDOM IN STALAG XVIII. A Intimate Glimpses of Life in Camp||4 , 5|
|Stalag XVIII. A||5|
|CHEERFULNESS IN STALAG LUFT III But They Long for the Luxury of Being by Themselves in Quietness, and They Are Sick of Tinned Food||5|
|STALAG 383 AND PERMIT PARCELS “An Insult to a Grown Man’s Intelligence”||6|
|Stalag IV. B||6|
|HOBART BRANCH Quarterly Meeting||6|
|FURTHER REQUEST TO GOVERNMENT FOR RADIO MESSAGES TO JAP. TERRITORY P.O.W.R.A. Points Out How Ludicrous is Present Situation||7|
|AIRGRAPH LETTERS FOR P.O.W. IN EUROPE Post Office Suggests How They May be Used||7|
|QUEENSLAND BRANCH Meeting in August||7|
|MR. MORLEY’S TOUR Queensland Secretary’s Work||7|
|QUEENSLAND AGENTS To Assist Country Members||7|
|SPENT THREE EASTERS IN EUROPE P.O.W. in Stalag VIII. A Doesn’t Think They Come Up to Australian Easters||8|
|Stalag VIII. B||8|
|OFLAG VII. B Spare Time Spent in Planning Post-war London!||8|
|Oflag IX. A.Z.||8|
|ZENTSUJI Red Cross Report||9|
|Tokio No. 4||9|
|STALAGLUFT VI. Also Called Stalagluft III. A||9|
|THREE WEEKS HOLIDAY FROM STALAG 344 “To See Germany After Three Years' Confinement”||10|
|SYDNEY MEETING New South Wales Branch||10|
|ALL INDIA RADIO No Messages to Civilians||10|
|RED CROSS New Pharmaceutical Division||10|
|STAMMLAGER LUFT 3||10|
|LETTER TO P.O.W. In European Camps||11|
|Join Home State Branch||11|
|Stalag IX. C||11|
|Oflag IX. A/Z||11|
|STALAG LUFT III. Report by Red Cross Delegate||11|
|IN SWITZERLAND How to Address Letters to P.O.W.||11|
|Oflag V. A||11|
|Marlag und Milag||12|
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