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The man of many faces

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Arthur Smith Arnott – son of the legendary biscuit maker and pioneer Salvation Army officer William Arnott – was to forge for himself a significant place in Australia's Army history
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An Army behind bars

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For the early Salvation Army in Wollongong, south of Sydney, persecution and imprisonment was just part of the cost of proclaiming their faith
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The poem that shaped our history

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William Booth's recitation reveals much about the Founder
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The mystery of the flag remnant

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Wartime flag finds its way to Australia
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'Fighting Macs' stand tall in theatres of war

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Salvos chaplains remembered for heroic service
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Lindsay's war book a 'labour of love'

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Lindsay Cox reflects on writing Cuppa Tea, Digger?
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Gosnells Corps celebrates a century of service

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Anniversary highlights a thriving multigenerational community
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First officer gets lesson in the lingo on arrival in Adelaide

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Adelaide Congress Hall celebrates 140 years
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Moree celebrates mission and ministry milestone

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Salvos still living, loving and fighting in north-west NSW town
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New life breathed into old Army hall

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Family to sell piece of Army history after careful renovation
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