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Issue Details: First known date: 1916 no. 196 February 1916 of The School Paper : Grades VII and VIII est. 1896-1932
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Notes

  • Only literary material by Australian authors individually indexed.

    Other material in this issue includes:

    • First Page Picture: 'How the Year 1916 Opened for the British Empire', 'adapted from a recruiting poster, designed by Lt.-Gen. Sir R. S. S. Baden-Powell [q.v.]', [1].
    • Poetry: 'Stanzas from "The Bended Bow" by Felicia Hemans (q.v.), 5; 'In Praise of Fallen Patriots' by English poet, Alfred, Lord Tennyson (q.v.), 9; 'Indian National Anthem : Bande Mataram (Hail, Motherland) by Bankim Chandra, trans. by Mr. Lee of the Indian Civil Service, 15.
    • Prose: 'Britain Chooses the Path to Victory', by a 'neutral correspondent', 3-4; 'The Warring Nations : A Review of the Situation at the End of 1915', by Lord Sydenham (1848-1933), former Governor of Victoria, 6-7; 'Progress of the War' (unattributed), with illus. 'Wounded Soldiers of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps at an Interesting Piece of Work in England', 7-9; 'Lemnos' by Official Reporter with the Australian Expeditionary Force, Captain C. E. W. Bean (q.v.), with illus. 'Australians Making Friends with Grecian Islanders', 'Mudros Bay, Lemnos Island, 'A Part of the Encampment at Mudros Bay, Lemnos Island, 'The S. S. Southland' and map of 'The Aegean Sea or Grecian Archipelago', 10-14; 'The Education Department's War Relief Fund' (unattributed), with illus. 'Sloyd Center, California Gully School, Bendigo : Sample of the Thousands of Articles, Made at the Sloyd Centers of Victoria, for Wounded Soldiers', 15-16.
  • Preceding or following each piece is a short glossary of the longer words contained therein, as well as notes about people and places mentioned.

Contents

* Contents derived from the 1916 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Right to the Endi"She must not falter, she who drew the sword", Maurice O'Reilly , 1916 single work poetry children's war literature
Despite the 'ruin and horror' of the Western Front, the Australian military forces are honoured for their courage, 'right to the end'.
(p. 2-3)
Note: With explanatory notes.

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