Second World War
[Washington], United States Forces, Office of the Assistant Chief of Air Staff, Intelligence/ Division of Naval Intelligence, Photographic Interpretation Center, Navy Department, [c. 1944]. 'Restricted', and with the enigmatic inscribed reference 'Mipi-28504' on the front cover. Primarily intended as an aid for the photo-interpreter, both in identifying suitable targets and...
[Melbourne], Directorate of Public Relations for Personnel of the RAAF ... 1943, 1944 and 1945. The run comprises Volume 1, Numbers 1 to 12; Volume 2, Numbers 1 to 14; Volume 3, Numbers 1 to 13, Volume 4, Numbers 1 to 6 and the second birthday issue, Volume 5, Number 1. The magazine ran until Volume 6, Number 5, 15 March 1946.
[Adelaide, 2/10th Battalion Association, 1958]. The author was also Chairman of the 2/10th Battalion AIF History Committee; his signature (E.F. Allchin) appears at the end of the acknowledgements section (page ix). Fellow-committeeman Hec Ellis, who contributed the chapter on sport, has also signed this page (appending the date 6 May 1958).