Category Archives: organisation

Some higher authority…controlling this show

                      TX 1004 Sgt Max Hickman 2/33rd Battalion AIF 11th Oct 43 Dear Mother & Dad After six weeks mucking around – attached here and detached there without knowing who … Continue reading

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Still in Limbo – but no cause for complaint – 3 letters

                              TX 1004 Sgt M Hickman 2/33rd Battn AIF 28th Sept 43 Dear Mother Your welcome letter of the 23rd arrived yesterday – glad to know … Continue reading

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Attending a school…or not? – two letters

                                TX 1004 Max Hickman 2/33rd Btn AIF 13th Sept 43 envelope – ‘Opened by Censor’ Dear Mother Just a few lines hoping to find … Continue reading

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A mighty humorous show…. awaiting deployment

  TX1004 Sgt Max Hickman 2/33rd Battn AIF 22nd July 43 Dear Mother & Dad I’ve had two very interesting letters from you this week.  One yesterday and one this morning.  The one I got this morning was written on … Continue reading

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Money to be made by various means

                  TX 1004 Sgt Max Hickman 2/33rd Battn AIF Aust 18th July 1943 Best wishes for a Happy Birthday Mother Dear Mother & Dad Just a few lines hoping to find you … Continue reading

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Bloody beautiful whiskey and a tough stunt: two letters

                TX 1004 Sgt Max Hickman 2/33rd Battn AIF Aust 4th July 1943 Dear Mother & Dad After a full week without any letters it was good to collect three today – yours, … Continue reading

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Construction project – a ‘pit’ for the officers – takes precedence over training

                                          27th June 1943 (not on army-issue paper) Dear Mother & Dad Once again having got through with the devil-dodging … Continue reading

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