P.O.W. the monthly newsletter of the Australian Prisoners of War Relatives Association

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FERG/4550
Created/Published
Sydney : The Association, 1942-
Issue
No. 37
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16
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Contents

P. O. W. 1
EDITORIAL EXCITEMENT IN GERMAN CAMPS 1
OSAKA NEWS IS CHEERFUL “Have Lost Weight, But Health Remains Good” is General Comment 2
H.M.A.S. “PERTH” Memorial Service in Sydney 2
Thanks to Tea Donors 2
“GOD, I’M TIRED OF SORDID AND UNLOVELY THINGS” Stalag XVIIIA. Library Comes in For Comment 3
“SKIP” PALMER IS DECORATED A Gay Story of an Investiture by the King at Buckingham Palace 3 , 4
STALAG XVIII.A HAS BRITISH BOMBERS OVER IT ALMOST DAILY Spirits Rise, and There Are Expectations That All Anxiety Will Soon be Over 4 , 5
BROADCASTS 5
ENVELOPES, Etc. 5
SUBSCRIPTIONS DUE 5
STALAG VIII.B AND 344 WERE WELL CLOTHED FOR THE WINTER But Were Feeling the Effects of Fewer Parcels From Red Cross 5 , 6
N.S.W. BRANCH Crowded Annual Meeting 6
QUESTIONNAIRE Reasons for Sending It 6
ZENTSUJI’S VARIED MAIL Letters, Old and New, Bring Hopes That Our Men Are Still in Good Heart Suggestion That U.S.A. is Getting Mails Through Better Than Australia 7 , 8 , 9
HAKODATE GROWS Camps Increased to Ten 9
DEATHS OF P.O.W. In Thailand and Burma 9
No. 4 Camp, Tokio 9
STALAG XIII.C HAS ITS UNLUCKY MEN WHO DON’T GET PARCELS “We’ve Had Quite a Lot of Excitement Overhead Lately, but the Weather Has Been Awful” 10 , 11
No. 1 Camp, Chosen 11
Borneo 11
No. 3 Branch, Formosa 11
RED CROSS RELIEF Reaching Jap. Camps 11
Stalag 357 11
2/22nd BATTALION Word of 8th Platoon 11
THE GARDENS HAVE PRODUCED “MARVELLOUSLY” AT STALAG LUFT III The Lads Hesitate to Write Lest the Letters Should Not be Despatched. Others Think That They May Beat the Mail Home 12
HOPE FOR 60,000 P.O.W. 12
Stalag XVII. A 12
VICTORIAN BRANCH An Appreciation 13
LETTERS TO EAST Mail Delivered by Japs 13
“YOUR BLESSED LETTER!” “I Shared it With the Others” 13
Examination Passed 13
Oflag VII. B 13
Lost 13
No. 1 Independent Coy. Auxiliary 13
Advertising 13
ENQUIRIES 14 , 15 , 16
MORE THOUGHT For Needs of P.O.W. 16
WATCH HOW YOU ADDRESS LETTERS Many Not Delivered Because of Carelessness in Addressing 16
Hakodate 16
No. 3, Thailand 16
Keijo (Japan) 16

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