Australian Army Chaplains' Department, Stapled Card, Book Condition: Very Good, Dust Jacket Condition: No, no Indication
100 g; 176 pages in original card binding with two staples (slightly rusty). "This collection has been compiled in response to requests from officers and other ranks who require assistance in the selection of matter for short informal morning and evening prayers in the units. It may serve as a guide for private devotions. It is supplementary to the Army Service Book and NOT intended to replace the Book of Common Prayer or any other standard books issued by the Church of England, Presbyterian, Methodist and United churches to their personnel. Owing to war-time restrictions on imports of printed matter in this country, it will fulfil a need." The book, which has been cut unevenly by the printer, (top edge 3.875 inches bottom edge 4.0 inches spine 5.375 inches, front edge 5.25 inches), shows signs of handling, and has in ink on the underside of the cover VFX 92860 Pte Herring M H, A A M W S 2/6 A G H, A I F and dated September 1945. (Mary Hamilton Herring later known as Dame Mary Herring). ". Size: 24mo - over 5" - 5¾" tall. Please refer to accompanying picture (s). Quantity Available: 1. Category: Military & Warfare; Inventory No: 0227683.