|Collection number||3DRL/3376 16/4|
|Collection type||Digitised Collection|
|Physical description||110 Image/s captured|
First World War, 1914-1918
|Copying Provisions||Digital format and content protected by copyright.|
Publications and General Souvenirs
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This file includes 15 publications and other souvenirs related to the First World War or created during the interwar years. One of these items is a leaflet about the Kitchener Flag Fund, which was to be raffled by the Art Union with a portion of the ticket price being distributed towards incapacitated Australian soldiers. This file also includes postage stamps and booklets produced for army personnel.
This file contains:
Publication titled "A hundred hints for Company Officers, Australian Imperial Force Fourth Infantry Brigade", 23 November 1914
Order of service for Church Parade as conducted by Methodist Chaplains, 2nd Military District, n.d.
Leaflet written by File Marshal Lord William Birdwood titled, "To the Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers, and Men of the Australian Imperial Force", 14 November 1918
Pamphlet written by Charles Arthur McCurdy MP, titled, "Guilty! Prince Lichnowsky's Disclosures", c.1918
Collection of 59 Australian, Newfoundland and Ceylon stamps, c.1918-1923
Ticket for admittance to the Royal Enclosure near the Queen Victoria Memorial, Buckingham Palace, 19 July 1919
Ticket for the presentation of a German gun to the city of Exeter by Birdwood, 23 August 1919
Publication titled, "The 'Coo-ee" Call, 8th edition, c.1919
Publication written by Neville W Cayley titled, "Our Birds", c.1919
Book plate and order form for the publication "The Anzac Book", n.d.
Typed instructions on using masks for poisonous gases, n.d.
Business card for W Mouravieff-Apostol-Carabyine, Chambellan de S M l'Empereur, n.d.
Photographic Reproduction of the Famous Autographed Australian Flag, n.d.
Map of the North West Frontier [India] showing His Excellency The Commander-in-Chief's tours, 1925-30
Souvenir for the release of the film "Gallipoli: A British Dominion Film in six parts", 1927