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A returned soldier, wounded out of the war, tells the story of his revenge against a women who had been handing out white feathers to unenlisted men.
The 'white feather/red feather' theme which features in this work appears to have had a wide circulation during World War I. It also features in the recruiting story 'One of the Anzacs', which was published under various titles in the Australian newspapers during 1916.
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