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11 November 2009


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Today we had a beautiful Remembrance Day Ceremony here in Subic Bay at the Hellships Monument, and afterwards we went to the Museum.

The Australian Ambassador was here to tour the Museum after the Ceremony.

Thank you for your excellent regular updates. We will be thinking of you next week and hope the Canberra meeting goes well.

I have promoted tonight's documentary widely in Brisbane - managed to have a notice inserted into several local Salvation Army newsletters and I think we now have quite a large number of folks keen to watch tonight.

I have been surprised to find so many in The Salvation Army who knew of Arthur Gullidge, but had never heard of the MvM. Several people thought it was a ship that "sank off Perth"!

It just emphasises how important the work of "getting this story more firmly into our national consciousness" is.

Keep up the good work.

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