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From an album of photographs of Australian buildings and places by Charles Bristow Walker and unknown artists.

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Religion is central to Ethiopian life and this priest is clearly a man of some standing judging from his dress and the harness of his horse. The original slide was taken during a three-week visit to Ethiopia and Eritrea undertaken during Elliott…

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The original slide was taken during a three-week visit to Ethiopia and Eritrea undertaken during Elliott Forsyth’s study leave in 1959, from the University of Adelaide. Elliott used the images in the collection extensively for lectures on…

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The original slide was taken during a three-week visit to Ethiopia and Eritrea undertaken during Elliott Forsyth’s study leave in 1959, from the University of Adelaide. Elliott used the images in the collection extensively for lectures on…

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When it had become evident that the taking of Port Arthur would be a longer task than any of the Japanese had calculated upon, when the Japanese chief-commander before Port Arthur had resigned himself to the conviction that General Stoessel would…

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The island of Japan, the home of the Jinrikishaw and the?as conveyances for persons of rank or wealth, have new horses, and the Japs know little or nothing of horses. When the war with Russia [became] inevitable, they bought up a large number of…

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Rice formed the most important part of the rations issued to the Japanese soldiers. During the campaign in Manchuria the army, consisting of over 400,000 men, used over 600,000 pounds of rice a day. The labor and expense of transporting this enormous…

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To the foreign war correspondents it was an ever new delight to witness the inborn politeness of the common Japanese soldier. The courtesy of the officers was so continuous and exacting it became embarrassing, but even,. the camp-servants and…