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From humble beginnings

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Today marks the start of The Salvation Army in Australia, and, not surprisingly, it began by offering help to those in need.
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Fearless pioneer paved way in PNG

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Sixty years ago this month, The Salvation Army's Australia Eastern Territory officially began work in Papua New Guinea.
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The significant contribution of women

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When The Salvation Army's founder commented that "some of my best men are women", he articulated a philosophy that was to become pivotal in the development of the organisation throughout the world.
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The 95-year divide

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With the official Australia One unification of the two Salvation Army territories now underway, Pipeline investigates the original split.
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All things to all men

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In 1897, The Salvation Army was to use its central publication, The War Cry, to support not only the message of goodwill to all men, but also the drive toward a federated Australia.
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Snowy Salvos plough on each winter

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Vital support for struggling workers.
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History records 'Hard Yakka' of officership

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Army's mission the one constant in ever-changing world.
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War heroes on the home front

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The army of volunteers who toiled behind the scenes.
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Tea for transformation

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The ministry of the early Salvation Army was marked by many enterprising ventures, not the least of these its entry into the tea market.
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The General takes command

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In part two of a two-part series, Pipeline looks at the beginnings of The Salvation Army when, from a disparate group of enthusiastic mission workers, a General emerges to take command.
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