|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|
|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|
|No. 3 Branch, Formosa||11|
|RED CROSS RELIEF Reaching Jap. Camps||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|
|Oflag VII. B||13|
|No. 1 Independent Coy. Auxiliary||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|
|No. 3, Thailand||16|
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