Monthly Archives: November 1942

Forty million mosquitoes to the acre… but it seems the tide is turning

  23rd Nov 1942 TX 1004 Max Hickman 33rd platoon 25th Brigade Carrier Group AIF   NG Dear Mother & Dad As you’ll see from the address I’m back with the mob – the uncertain state of flux – of … Continue reading

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Comings and goings (2 letters): don’t quite know whether I’m detached, attached or ex-list

                    TX 1004 Max Hickman 2/33rd Battalion AIF 8th Nov 1942 Dear Mother & Dad It was with very real pleasure that I received and read your letter of the 26th … Continue reading

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The last place on God’s earth to send women

                                            TX 1004 Max Hickman 2/33rd Battalion AIF 2nd Nov 42 Dear Mother & Dad As the Tassie mail … Continue reading

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