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PRISONERS OF WAR.

POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. Tho Postmaster-General announces that letters for New Zealand prisoners of war i, tented abroad should be addressed according to tho following example : Captain X (or Private Y). (Name of unit). British prisoner of war, Prisoners of War information .Bureau. BERLIN. Letters mav be posted with prepayments, and no charge will be made for registration or insurance if these services are desired. Parcels will also bo accepted without prepat ment either for postage or for insurance. No letter may be enclosed in a parcel. Anv lettci, parcel, etc., received for delivery and bearing a dear indication of having been sent by a prisoner of war will bo" delivered without charge. A parcel sent by a rrrboncr will also lie redirected without cliurge. Money orders for prisoners of wan will be issued free ol commission Tho words “ Prisoner of A\ar must be written across the requisition form. The foregoing is in accordance with arrangements made by the British Post Office.

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PRISONERS OF WAR., Issue 15662, 28 November 1914

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PRISONERS OF WAR. Issue 15662, 28 November 1914

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