|P. O. W.||1|
|HOPE DEFERRED — BUT THEY “CARRIED ON” AT STALAG XVIII.A “Nothing is Definite, But the End Isn’t Far Off”||1 , 2|
|LIBERATED P.O.W. How to Address Mail||2|
|HUMOUR, SPIRIT AND MORALE Something the Nazis Couldn’t Remove From Oflag VII.B||2|
|THERE'LL ALWAYS BE AN ENGLAND||2|
|No. 1 INDEPENDENT COY. AUXILIARY||2|
|PLEA THAT NAMES OF RELEASED MEN BE PROMPTLY PUBLISHED Correspondence with Prime Minister||3|
|QUESTIONNAIRE Further Consideration||3|
|RED CROSS CLUB Fcr P.O.W. in England||3|
|EDITORIALS REMAIN A MEMBER||4|
|GRUMBLES AND PRAISE||4|
|ENEMY P.O.W. IN OUR HOSPITALS||4|
|FAR EAST RELIEF Red Cross Parcels||4|
|GUNNER ASHWORTH TELLS OF EXPERIENCES IN THAILAND He Was Amongst Those Rescued from the Torpedoed Transport||5|
|8th DIVISION RESCUE||5|
|CAMPS IN JAVA Indian P.O.W. Tell of Conditions||5|
|PARCELS WERE SCARCE AFTER “D” DAY “But What” That to Freedom?” Say Men in Stalag XIII.C||6|
|LIBERATED FROM IXA/H BY YANKS Quick Return to U.K.||6|
|PROFICIENCY PAY When Are Men Eligible for It?||6|
|REID CROSS CARLES No Replies Yet||6|
|MAKING GOOD USE OF THEIR TIME IN ZENTSUJI Fine Spirit Shown by Australian P.O.W.||7|
|Marlag and Milag||7|
|FUTURE OF THE PRISONER OF WAR The Danger of Regarding Him sis a Problem||8|
|DOCTOR DENIES THAT P.O.W. ARE “PROBLEM CASES”.||8 , 9|
|MAIL TO EAST No Restriction on Number of Letters That May be Sent||9|
|WHERE IS NIKE? Between Burma and Siam||9|
|MEDICAL SERVICES AVAILABLE TO RETURNED P.O.W. Prime Minister Outlines Governments Plan in Letter to P.O.W.R.A.||9 , 10|
|UNCLAIMED CARDS FROM P.O.W. IN JAPANESE HANDS||10 , 11|
|EMPIRE’S PART In Feeding P.O.W. in German Camps||11|
|STALAG XIII. C Letter From Sgt-Major Brown||11|
|“WE KNOW HOW TO COOK” Norman W. Gould Cracks a Joke About P.O.W. Camp Food||12|
|STALAG IV.B A Record Mail||12|
|ANZAC DAY The Editor Watches the Procession||12|
|AT ODESSA Russian and British Help||12|
|PERSONAL PARCELS The Man. Who Handles Them in Stalag 357 Tells of His Work||13|
|LETTERS FROM RELEASED P.O.W. ON THEIR ARRIVAL IN ENGLAND Stories of How the Escape Was Managed “Rounding Up the Jerries Was a Grand Sight”||13 , 14|
|WARNING TO JAPAN RE TREATMENT OF INTERNEES AND P.O.W. Government Should Tell Japan That III-treatment Will be Remembered||14|
|JAP. TREATMENT Broadcast by Survivor of Torpedoed Ship||14 , 15|
|REPATRIATION From Jap. Camps British Plans||15|
|TAIWAN A Group of Letters, Mostly Old||15|
|THE LAST DAYS||15|
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