Diggers buried at Tincourt, Brett Arnfield 3-16

Fragment memories of Armistice Day, 1919, Emeritus Professor John Ramsland OAM 17-21

WO1 Alexander Rose Falconer, 5th FAB, Part 1 of his diary, contrib. by Neil Falconer 22-29

L/Sgt 1045 William Turner, 12th Bn, Anne Betts 29

The Dayball family in WWI, Greg Swinden 30-32

Pte 1179 John Colless, 3rd Bn, compiled by Graeme Hosken 33-42

HMAS Sydney and the Emden’s silver dollars, Judith Green 43-44

Letters from the Neilsen brothers of Forbes, 1916 44

Sgt 2543 John Flynn, 57th Bn, Trevor Munro 45-47

An urgent message reaches the 38th Battalion, 38th Bn unit diary 47

Murphy father and son killed at Fromelles, Stephen Brooks 48-49

Brief history of Hurdcott Camp, contrib. by Lucy London, UK 49

Sister Maud Bradford, AANS, Margo Piggott 50-52

Pte 2049 Robert Erwood, 6th Bn/2nd MG Coy, Stephen Brooks 53-56

Pte 2653 Harold Edwards, 20th Bn, Peter Tremain 57-58

Making your bed (in a camp hut), Bill Durrant 58

Lieut Arthur Henson Smith, 3rd FAB, at Pozieres, 1916, contrib. by Rowan Smith 59-62

Pte 3914 Thomas Puddephatt, 1st Pioneers, Graeme Hosken 63-64

Speech at Cornelian Bay headstone unveiling, Lambis Englezos 65

Tasmanian Headstone Project, from their website courtesy Andrea Gerrard 65

Sgt 2493 Robert Batton DCM, MM & Bar, 22nd Bn, Peter Byron 66-69

Cpl 5196 Bert Smith, 49th Bn, letter from Superintendent R Bush, Bishop’s Knoll Hospital, UK 69

Diaries of L/Cpl William Lycett, 4th F Amb/15th LROC, Part 8, contrib. by Tim Lycett 70-74

Regular features

Trench Talk and Contact/Membership details 2

DIGGER Quiz No. 57: The Russian Relief Force, Maurice Campbell 42

Follow-up to DIGGER Quiz No. 56: AIF Infantry Battalion commanders killed in action 56

Answers to DIGGER Quiz No. 57 64

Etched in Stone, Russell Curley and Jim Corkery 75