|P. O. W.||1|
|THE HOME-COMING OF REPATRIATED PRISONERS OF WAR FROM EUROPE Most of Them Had Made a Wonderful Recovery||1|
|QUEENSLAND WELCOME TO EX-P.O.W.||1|
|MAIL FROM P.O.W. IN JAPANESE HANDS||1 , 2|
|WORD FROM JAVA Java Civilian||2|
|From a Soldier||2|
|LETTERS FROM MALAYA||2 , 3|
|Parcels to Prisoners of War in Japanese Hands||3|
|Passed 1944 London Bar Exam. When a P. O. W.||3|
|QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS||3|
|EDITORIALS A SHIP OF MERCY||4|
|CORRESPONDENCE DEPENDANT’S ALLOWANCE||4|
|The Japanese Date System||4|
|AIRMEN P.O.W. AND COMMISSIONS Reply From Minister for Air||5|
|RED CROSS CONFERENCE ON FAR EAST P.O.W. PROBLEMS Meeting of Representatives of Nine Organisations in Sydney||5|
|MAIL TO P.O.W. IN JAPANESE HANDS||5|
|LETTERS FROM JAPAN Zentsuji||6|
|BOOKS ABOUT FAR EAST||6|
|MAIL TO P.O.W. IN JAPANESE HANDS||7|
|First Answer to Recent Cables Sent Through Red Cross||7|
|Nippon No. 40||7|
|QUEENSLAND BRANCH MEETING||7|
|GENERAL MEETING—N.S.W. BRANCH||7|
|ILL-TREATED BY RUSSIANS, SAYS AUSTRALIAN For Two Months no Food but Boiled Barley and Black Bread||8|
|An Australian Soldier writes of Belsen Concentration Camp||8|
|THE HOUSING SHORTAGE||8|
|MORE LETTERS FROM HAPPY AUSTRALIAN P.O.W. AFTER LIBERATION IN EUROPE Interesting Accounts of Many Varied Experiences Ex-Stalag 18A||9 , 10|
|Late of III.D, Germany||10|
|RED CROSS STREET COLLECTIONS Money Goes to Red Cross, Not to A.P.O.W.R.A. Red Cross Street Collection Scheme||11|
|MORE LETTERS FROM EUROPE Ex-Stalag 383||11 , 12|
|Released P.O.W. Described Trip to England||12|
|BOMBING JAP. “HOME FACTORIES”||12|
|JAPAN Principal P.O.W. Camp, Omori (Also H.Q. Camp for No. 1 Camp)||13|
|STALAG XIII.CCORRECTION Cpl. Gordon Rodway, 2/1 Btn.||13|
|FINAL ACCOUNT OF THE LIGHTER SIDE OF LIFE AT STALAG XIII.C||13 , 14|
|Red Cross Clubs in the United Kingdom||14|
|WHY NO NEXT-OF-KIN PARCELS?||14|
|Australian Red Cross Service to Prisoners of War Released from Rangoon||14|
|News from Hakodate||14|
|SOME U.S. OFFICIAL REPORTS ON DIET IN JAPANESE CAMPS Housing and Living Conditions CHOSEN||15|
|SHANGHAI Prisoner of War Camp||15 , 16|
|Eight Years’ Absence||16|
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