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  • Subject is exactly "World War, 1914-1918"

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Single-leaf flier calling for produce and various articles to be donated to the Red Cross for sending to "sick and wounded soldiers at home and abroad", as "Valentine gifts".

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The Valentine & Sons Publishing Co. Ltd., P.O. Box 1685, Cape Town

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American troops, fully equipped, with banners flying, are marching through the streets of London on their way home from France. London is in holiday attire for the occasion flags fly, bright streamers stretch from pole to pole, applauding crowds…

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Half a dozen or more sturdy tugs are needed to nose this great steamship in and out of her berth alongside a pier because of her huge size. Those ropes running from her bow lead to other tugs besides those that you can see at her side, all necessary…

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Never before in the world's history have two million troops, with supplies, munitions and equipment, been sent over so many miles of open sea with so few losses. When America entered the great World War, one of our great problems—probably the…

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Army tractors such as this were used to haul heavy artillery and long trains of supply wagons over the roads of France and Germany. They could jog along at a lively rate, and no load seemed too heavy for them. It was no unusual sight to see one…

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This is the famous 23d Infantry, 2nd Division, a regiment whose deeds in France have won it a great place in the heart of the American people. The regiment arrived in France in the fall of 1917. In the following March it was sent to trenches on the…

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A. Backhouse, Stationer, High Street, Wetherby

https://repository.monash.edu/files/upload/Rare-Books/Monographs/rb_WWI_019.pdf
For voice and piano. "Welcome home edition."

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Before us is the celebrated Cathedral at Reims, one of the architectural glories of France. It was completed in the 14th century and its facade is considered one of the most perfect masterpieces of the Middle Ages. The interior is 450 feet long, 98…

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Pub. By Couzen's Military Stores, Westbury, Wilts, also at Codford & Sutton Veny

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This card is an actual photograph, taken and printed by Judges', Ltd., Photographic Publishers, Hastings.

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Rare copy from the Lindsay Shaw Collection. Written for children, "with the approval of the Tasmanian Education Dept."

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Message on card reads "Would not you like to lie in this river. Jettie sends a bushel full of love. They all seem very well. R."

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Towards the close of June, 1919, President Wilson and Mrs. Wilson left Paris to visit Belgium. King Albert and Queen Elizabeth met them at Adinkerke and the party proceeded to Brussels by automobile. Later, a visit was made to the devastated regions…

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Photo shows how clearly the name & nationality of the vessel are painted on her side.

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Message on card reads "I came yesterday morning, staying until next Tuesday, Herbert is coming tomorrow."
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