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Cuppa tea, Digger?

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New Salvo history book set to be released
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Prisoner for Christ in World War Two

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Major Harold Hosier ran Bible studies, services, discussion groups and a choir as a prisoner of war in Greece during WWII.
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Remarkable women who shaped our history

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International Women's Day is celebrated every year on 8 March, yet women are honoured every day of the year at The Salvation Army Australia Museum.
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Lemonade bottle a trophy of grace

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Mary "Poll" Cott's infamous story is told at The Salvation Army's Heritage Museum in Melbourne.
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The Antarctic Salvo

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Mountain peaks named in officer's honour.
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Ordinary women serving in extraordinary ways

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In the lead-up to International Women's day on Friday, meet the Salvo women who, over a century ago, made an impact on Melbourne’s law courts and police force.
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LIVING HISTORY – A Spanish Story

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Retired Salvation Army officer Major Gweneth Woodbury reflects on a significant answer to prayer during her appointment to South America in the 1970s.
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'Safe with Jesus'

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During World War One, two soldiers on opposing sides of the conflict found a moment of peace
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Paddle steamer shows its true colours

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When Major Jennifer Cloke boarded a Murray River paddle steamer to relive a childhood memory, she discovered a Salvation Army connection dating back decades.
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Sleeping under the penitent form

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Campsie Salvationist Joy Inglis reflects on what life was like growing up as a Salvation Army officers' kid in the 1950s and '60s
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