Envelope containing newspaper cuttings primarily related to Field Marshal Lord William Birdwood's Australian visit, 1937

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Accession Number RCDIG0001100
Collection number 3DRL/3376 17/3b
Collection type Digitised Collection
Record type File
Item count 18
Object type Newspaper cutting
Physical description 19 Image/s captured
Maker Various
Date made 1916-1937
Conflict First World War, 1914-1918
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Description

This file contains an envelope of 19 individual newspaper cuttings related to the First World War and Field Marshal Lord William Birdwood’s visit to Australia in 1937. Also included are a newspaper cutting from early November 1916 and another article regarding the election and attempts to employ Birdwood as a political messenger.
This file contains:
Newspaper cutting titled "Birdwood's men", [2 November 1916]
Newspaper cutting titled "Birdwood's men", [2 November 1916] [duplicate - not scanned]
Newspaper cutting from The Melbourne Age titled "Anzacs' Commander", 26 December 1916
Newspaper cutting titled "Anzacs in London", c.13 January 1917
Newspaper cutting titled "Sir William Birdwood: The Soldiers' General", 23 July 1937
Newspaper cutting titled "A pasha of a thousand tales", 23 July 1937
Newspaper cutting from The West Australian titled "Wartime leader", 28 July 1937
Newspaper cutting from The West Australian titled "Value of Monarchy", 28 July 1937
Newspaper cutting from The West Australian titled "Field Marshal Sir William Birdwood's visit", 28 July 1937
Newspaper cutting from The West Australian titled "Sir William Birdwood", 29 July 1937
Newspaper cutting from The West Australian titled "Old Contempibles March", 30 August 1937
Newspaper cutting [no title], n.d
Newspaper cutting showing a photograph of Birdwood, n.d
Newspaper cutting from Parliamentary Papers titled "A catalogue of crimes", n.d
Newspaper cutting titled "No imminent danger of war", n.d
Newspaper cutting from The West Australian titled "Address to Legacy Club: This work must go on", n.d
Newspaper cutting titled "General Birdwood: A tribute to Mr W M Hughes", n.d
Newspaper cutting titled "Sir William Birdwood's visit", n.d