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Volume 10 Issue 5

Volume 10 Issue 5

In this issue Dirk Hartog was an enigmatic figure who was really just a small-time captain (and yet performing incredible sailing feats!) in the service of the Dutch East India Company. His contemporary fame was so slight and his income so meagre that unlike many others of his time to whom we attribute “greatness”, he could not afford to hire an artist to paint a portrait of...

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Volume 10 Issue 4

Volume 10 Issue 4

In this issue: News & Editorial Crashed Woman Pilot Spends 2 Days with Natives in New Guinea – by Brian Peace FRPSL More Details Revisiting the 2d Grey Roo – Part 1 – by Peter van Meurs More Details Collecting the KGV Four Penny Orange Shades – Part 2 – By Dr Scott Starling More Details Jerry Blair’s Postal Bid Sale No. 160 NEW Papua New Guinea Calling – Official Journal of...

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Volume 10 Issue 3: Gregory Peck

Volume 10 Issue 3: Gregory Peck

In this issue Gregory Peck was one of the nice guys of Hollywood and he...

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Volume 10 Issue 2

Volume 10 Issue 2

In this issue Humour is at the heart of every culture… and our...

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Volume 10 Issue 1

Volume 10 Issue 1

In this issue During his long reign as Australia’s Prime Minister, Sir...

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Volume 9 Issue 7

Volume 9 Issue 7

In this issue Albert Einstein is widely regarded as the most brilliant...