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Souvenir Demosthenes : to reflect life aboard the troopship Demosthenes on her voyage from the mother country to Australia in January-February, 1919 / editor: Leo V. Kelly
Bib ID 518162
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
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Printer (Adelaide : Mail Newspapers)
Description [Adelaide : Souvenir Committee], 1919 
40 p. : ill., ports. ; 29 cm. 
Summary

Published on arrival in Australia as a souvenir of the voyage home to Australia for the soldiers of the AIF. Events, humor, comics, sports and personalities.

Notes

Cover title: Demosthenes.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-4234409

FERG copy from Ferguson First World War, 1914-1919 pamphlet collection.

Subjects Australia. Army. Australian Imperial Force (1914-1921) -- Anecdotes.  |  Demosthenes (Ship)  |  Soldiers' writings, Australian.  |  Troopship magazines.
Other authors/contributors Kelly, L. V. (Leo V.)
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Demosthenes

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