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Issue Details: First known date: 1941... vol. 62 no. 3193 23 April 1941 of The Bulletin est. 1880 The Bulletin
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Contents

* Contents derived from the 1941 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Sonnets to the Unknown Soldier : 2i"A thousand bayonets flashing down Martin Place", Douglas Stewart , single work poetry (p. 2) Section: The Red Page
Sonnets to the Unknown Soldier : 3i"We thought we had buried war with the Unknown Soldier,", Douglas Stewart , single work poetry (p. 2) Section: The Red Page
Sonnets to the Unknown Soldier : 4i"War is a time of decision. Have we not rushed", Douglas Stewart , single work poetry (p. 2) Section: The Red Page
Sonnets to the Unknown Soldier : 5i"Twice in our time the hunger in all men's hearts", Douglas Stewart , single work poetry (p. 2) Section: The Red Page
Sonnets to the Unknown Soldier : 6i"Not one man's war but a nation's: that one man", Douglas Stewart , single work poetry (p. 2) Section: The Red Page
Sonnets to the Unknown Soldier : 7i"Burning Dunkirk was the mouth of hell at midnight", Douglas Stewart , single work poetry (p. 2) Section: The Red Page
Sonnets to the Unknown Soldier : 8i"The fools will tell you we stand on the threshold of light,", Douglas Stewart , single work poetry (p. 2) Section: The Red Page
Sonnets to the Unknown Soldier : 9i"Never fear, soldier, that we shall not reward you,", Douglas Stewart , single work poetry (p. 2) Section: The Red Page
Sonnets to the Unknown Soldier : 10i"Whether they bury him under a slab of granite", Douglas Stewart , single work poetry (p. 2) Section: The Red Page
Sonnets to the Unknown Soldier : 11i"Men of the future for whom we bleed to-day,", Douglas Stewart , single work poetry (p. 2) Section: The Red Page
Sonnets to the Unknown Soldier : 1i"We did not bury him deep enough; break up the monument,", Douglas Stewart , single work poetry satire war literature (p. 2) Section: The Red Page
Untitled, single work review
— Review of Sonnets to the Unknown Soldier Douglas Stewart , 1941 selected work poetry ;
(p. 2) Section: The Red Page
Reserved Occupation, John K. Ewers , single work short story (p. 4-5)
Per Ardua Ad Astras (Air Force Motto)i"Per ardua - through toil and blood and sweat", Pipards , single work poetry (p. 10)
Blokes and Covesi"You may utilise "fellows" or "chaps"", T. the R. , single work poetry (p. 11)
The Aftermathi"Done up like two injured toes, their boots and clobber new,", Timer , single work poetry humour (p. 16)
Bush-Borni"I lie with the clustering grass against my face;", Norma L. Davis , single work poetry (p. 17)
The Sentencei"Farewell the mop of shining gold", D. McM. , single work poetry humour (p. 18)
Not So Successful, H.M. , single work short story humour (p. 18)
Derring-Do, M8 , single work short story humour (p. 18)

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