The 20th Battalion and the Evacuation from Gallipoli, Neville Browning 3-7

Pte Frederic John Baird, 17th Bn, Maurice Campbell 8-10

L/Cpl Noho Toki, 1st Maori Contingent, Judith Green 11-12

Lieut Thomas Acherson Armstrong, 33rd Bn, Stephen Brooks 12

Pte Garnet Dart, 9th Australian Field Ambulance, Emeritus Prof. John Ramsland 13-20

Gallipoli diary of Bdr Arthur Henson Smith, 3rd FAB, contrib. by Rowan Smith 21-28

Bob Bage: forgotten comrade of Antarctica and Gallipoli (3rd FCE), Ross McMullin 29-32

How we recovered waste: Pte Leslie St Clair Roberts, ex-10th Bn, contrib. by Bill Durrant 33-34

WO1 Alexander Rose Falconer, 5th FAB, Part 3 of his diary, contrib. by Neil Falconer 35-40

Centenary of Anzac Obelisk, Moore Park, Sydney, Jim Munro 40

For Valour: Anzac VC recipients, 1917, Part 2 (Bullecourt & Messines), Geoff Lewis 41-49

Flanders Memorial Garden (AWM grounds, Canberra), Sue Tongue 50

Lieut Frederick Carl Stolz, 32nd Bn, contrib. by John Haddow 51-57

Major John Higgon, Pembroke Yeomanry/32nd Bn AIF, Graeme Hosken 57-60

Swift father and son killed in the war, Stephen Brooks 60

Diaries of L/Cpl William Lycett, 4th Field Ambulance, Part 10, contrib. by Tim Lycett 61-65

The three brothers McGree, Stephen Brooks 66

L/Cpl Charles Frederick Lee, 14th & 46th Bns, 12th MGC, Greg O’Reilly 67-70

Letters from the Front: Pte Reginald Milton Smith, 33rd Bn, Bill Durrant 71-73

Letters from the Front, 1917 (Messines): Pte Bert Von Einem, 38th Bn, found on Trove 73

Return of the Menin Gate lions to Ieper, Johan Durnez, Anny de Decker & Geoff Lewis 74

Regular features

Trench Talk and Contact/Membership details 2

Etched in Stone, Russell Curley and Jim Corkery 75

Note: There is no DIGGER Quiz in this issue

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