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A NEW WAR BOOK.

BY DR. W. H. FITCHETT

The war ha' raging for , over three months and it H Striking bow few people can give, even in outline, a connected story of those puzzling, world shaking montha. Therefore, many readers will welcome a shilling book from the pen of Dr \V H. Fit chett, entitled "The First Three Months of the War." Since Dr Fitcbett wrote "Deeds That Won the Empire," he has been recognised as the most popular writer in Australia of historical and patriotic studies, and his booklet, "The First Three Months of the War," proves that the claim is justified. In series of graphic and stirring chapters Dr Fitchetfc tells tbe eonneoted story of tbe war from the early days of August till tbe end of the first three months—a story that, for clarity for ins ; ght for happy phrasing, and for for swinging movements, it would be difficult to surpass. "Tbe First Three Montha of the War ,, ia now ready, and sells everywhere for one shilling. It contains many full page illustrations and over 100 pages of tect. "The First Three Months of the War" may be bought locally for one shilling; or if unobtainable a copy will be sent post to any address if 1/1 in stamps or postal note is sent to T. Shaw Fitchett 876 Swanston Street Melbourne.

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A NEW WAR BOOK., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3460, 11 December 1914

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A NEW WAR BOOK. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3460, 11 December 1914

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