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  • Sir Earle Page. Tour of duty abroad 1941–1942 diary
    AWM92, 3DRL 3682/5

  • [Official History, 1914–18 War: Records of Charles E W Bean, Official Historian:] Drafts of broadcasts, addresses and articles mainly produced for "Reveille"; manuscript of oration which was written by C E W Bean for Dr Earle Page, in connection with opening of Villers Bretonneux Memorial
    AWM38, 2DRL 1028/1

  • [Diaries, War – Reports:] Copy of Diary of Sir Earle Page re Policy Movement of Australian Troops, from the Middle East to Australia, 1942
    AWM54, 255/4/11

  • [Defence Schemes – Australia:] Copies of "Most Secret Cipher Messages" – "A" – Commander-in-Chief SW Pacific to War Office; "B" – Australian Government to Secretary of State for Dominion Affairs; "C" – from PM of England to PM of Australia; "D" – from PM of Australia to Sir Earle Page in London during the crucial period of Japanese advances (Feb 1942)
    AWM54, 243/6/137

  • [Official History, 1939–45 War: Records of Paul Hasluck:] Miscellaneous research notes [includes: History of the Women's All Service Canteen; Conference of commonwealth and State Ministers held at Canberra, 10 Nov 1939, on Control of Prices, Taxation of Soldiers' Pay and Allowances, Control of Patriotic Funds, Railway Fare Concessions for Members of Defence Forces; notes on General Sir Brudenell White; Australia's War Effort - Strength, Equipment and Services of Armed Forces; trade with Japan; notes from Earle Page's diary; Treasury Information Service; State's Two Years of War Effort (Tasmania)]
    AWM68, 3DRL 8052/271

Keywords: Page, Earle Page, Sir Earle Page, Dr Earle Page
Location: Australian War Memorial
Reference numbers: AWM92, AWM54, AWM38, AWM68

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