|P. O. W.||1|
|LETTERS FROM HAPPY AUSTRALIAN P.O.W. LIBERATED IN EUROPE Tributes to Welcome and Organisation||1 , 2|
|REPORTED IMPROVEMENT IN JAP. CAMPS||1|
|HOSPITALITY PARCELS APPRECIATED||2|
|P.O.W. IN MALAY CAMPS Supplementary Allowance||2|
|REPATRIATING P.O.W. “Speed Primary Objective”||3|
|What Happens to Your Letters?||3|
|THE P.O.W.R.A. CONFERENCE IN LONDON Some Views and News||3|
|Naval Auxiliary Needs Knitters||3|
|KILLED WHEN FREEDOM NEAR Wm. R. Devlin, 2/1 Btn.||3|
|VICTORIAN BRANCH Quarterly General Meeting July 11th, 1945||3|
|Book About Far Esat||3|
|EDITORIALS HOME FROM THE WARS||4|
|DID THEY STOP TO THINK?||4|
|NEWS IS SCARCE||4|
|TRIBUTE TO BRITISH ARMY||4|
|MEETINGS Pacific P.O.W. League||4|
|MORE INTERESTING LETTERS FROM LIBERATED P.O.W. IN EUROPE “Boys, You’re Free!” Says Guards Armoured Division||5|
|VALUABLE HINTS ON THE PREPARATION OF FOOD FOR REPATRIATES Always Find a Way to Include Some Fresh Cereal Food||5|
|AN INDICTMENT OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE||6 , 7|
|LETTERS FROM STALAG XVIII.A Experiences Provide Plot and Material for Finest Possible Story||7|
|From QX8262 Lindsay Trevor Longley, (formerly Stalag XVIII, Germany)||7|
|AN EX-P.0.W., OFLAG VII.B||8|
|OUR AIRMEN P.O.W.||8 , 9|
|OFFICIAL REPORTS FROM THE CAMPS “Prisoners’ Health Was Good”||9|
|“SLIDING OUT OF THE AXIS” — A RADIO TALK BY LIEUT.-COMMDR. A. B. PALMER 2FC, 7.15 p.m., 3rd June, 1945||9 , 10|
|PERSONAL “PARS.” FROM STALAG XIII.C Some Interesting Notes from an Article by Sgt. Wally Elliott||10 , 11 , 12|
|ALLIED PRISONERS HAD TO BUILD THIS JAP RAILROAD||11|
|HOTEN PRISONER OF WAR CAMP IN MANCHURIA||13|
|No. 1 Camp, Tokio||13|
|LIST OF PRISONER OF WAR CAMPS, CIVILIAN INTERNMENT CAMPS, AND CIVIL ASSEMBLY CENTRES IN JAPAN AND JAPANESE OCCUPIED TERRITORY||13 , 14 , 15|
|P.O.W. COMPLAINTS HOLD UP SHIP||14|
|No. 1 INDEPENDENT COY. AUXILIARY||14|
|SERVICE LEAVE AT DISCHARGE||14|
|DOINGS OF LIBERATED P.O.Ws. IN ENGLAND At Royal Party||15|
|Greeted by Duchess||15|
|HOUSING Questions in Parliament||15|
|City Site for Legacy Club||15|
|AUSTRALIANS LIBERATED FROM GERMANY||15|
|ONLY 112 REPLIES TO 22,000 P.O.W. CABLES||15|
|£4 MILLION FORP.O.W. FUNDS Collection Ends in June||16|
|QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS (Reprinted from “Far East,” London)||16|
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