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Issue Details: First known date: 1916... no. 212 April 1916 of The School Paper : Grades V and VI est. 1912 School Paper : Grades V and VI : Anzac Number
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Notes

  • Only literary material by Australian authors is individually indexed.

    Other material in this issue includes:

    • First page picture: 'Anzac Cove, the Place Where the Australians and New Zealanders Landed on the 25th April 1915' photograph lent by Mr J. G. Roberts accompanying poem: 'The Landing at Anzac Cove', [33].
    • Editor's Note: 'Helping Hands' ways children can contribute to the Relief Fund with photograph: 'Pupils of the Burrumbeet School', 46-47; 'Anzac Day, 20th April' commemoration date chosen because of the Easter vacation dates, 47.
    • Poetry: 'The Letter to Bill' extract from Richmond Guardian, Victoria by "unknown" author with photograph: 'Christmas Day at Lemnos Island' by Private H. F. Lampard, 38-39; 'Farewell!' extract from the Daily Mail, London by "Touchstone" with photograph: 'Graves at Anzac' from Ours the quarterly magazine of Melbourne High School, 44-45.
    • Non-Fiction: 'The Anzacs at Gallipoli' (unattributed) with (unattributed) map: 'Map to Illustrate the Gallipoli Campaign' and two photographs: 'General Birdwood and His Staff Officers Outside Trenches' by Private H. F. Lampard and 'Goodbye to Anzac: A Last Little Greeting to the Turks' from The Sphere, London' 34-38.
    • Prose: 'The Good Samaritan of the Dardanelles' (unattributed) account of Private J. Simpson, the man with the donkey, with two photographs: 'Bringing in a Wounded Man' lent by Kodak Ltd, Melbourne and 'A Dressing Station at Anzac' by Private H. J. Lampard, 42-44.
    • Song: 'Give to Us Peace in Our Time, O Lord' music by Alexis Lwoff, 48.
    • Supplement: 'Our Debt to Our Soldiers' open letter to the children of Victoria by the Director of Education, Frank Tate, 1-4.
    • Notices: 'The Song Number of The School Paper, Victoria' and 'Temperance Story and Essay Competition, Victoria', 47.

Contents

* Contents derived from the 1916 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Stanzas from 'The Little Homes', C. J. Dennis , 1916 single work extract poetry (p. Suppl. 4)
Landing of the Australians at Gaba Tepe, Gallipolli : April 24-25, 1915i"In the deep of the darkling night,", John Laurence Rentoul , 1915 single work poetry (p. [33]-34)
Note: Extract of poem cited here as 'The Landing at Anzac Cove' with photograph: 'Anzac Cove, the Place Where the Australians and New Zealanders Landed on the 25th April 1915' lent by Mr J. G. Roberts.
Australians at Anzac: An Officer's Testimony, Ernest Charles Buley , 1916 single work extract (p. 39-42)
Note: With two photographs: 'Whyte's Gully' by Private H. F. Lampard and 'Stretcher Bearers' from The Sphere, London.
A Kind Hearted Turk, Ernest Charles Buley , 1916 single work extract (p. 45-46)
Note: With photograph: 'An Australian Giving a Turk a Drink' from The Times History and Encyclopaedia of the War.

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Notes:
Literary material by Australian authors in this issue:
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