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The day the Dee Why band went on strike.

The day the Dee Why band went on strike.

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The untold story of a controversial Sunday morning meeting at Dee Why Corps.

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Presbyterian author an expert on the Booths

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How did a non-Salvationist become one of the world’s leading experts on The Salvation Army's founders?
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History's 'missing nurse' found after magazine article

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The mysterious Adjutant Emily Jackson has been recovered from history, after a call for information in Others magazine.
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When officer training was fast and furious!

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With The Salvation Army amalgamating its officer training colleges as part of the move towards Australia One, Army Archives takes a look at officer training through the years.
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What happened to Emily Jackson?

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In researching the history of Salvation Army nurses in the Australian Army Nursing Service, Salvationist author Dennis Garland has stumbled upon a mystery.
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Stories of inspiration behind the songs

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To celebrate 150 years of the first Song Book of The Salvation Army, we look at some of the contributors to our song book over the years.
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Is our social services history, history?

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When it comes to facts and dates, do we have The Salvation Army's history "down pat" or "in the vault", so to speak?
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Part 2: The Army on the big screen

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In the second of a two-part series, Pipeline publishes excerpts from Garth Hentzschel's article about The Salvation Army's historical involvement in secular movies and music.
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The Army on the big screen

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In the first of a two-part series, edited by LAUREN MARTIN, Pipeline publishes excerpts from A history of The Salvation Army in secular movies and music by Garth Hentzschel, President of the Brisbane...
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