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‘Killed in Action’, a pamphlet written by Rutherford Waddell M.A., D.D. Published 1919.

A religious tract, which considers the question of whether a soldier "killed in action" will be saved, regardless of a lack of Christian faith. The booklet originally appeared as articles in the Dunedin Evening Star.

The Reverend Rutherford Waddell was a cousin of Margaretta Macauley. The name S (Sara) T Aitcheson is handwritten on the cover of the booklet. Sara, nee Macauley, was married to Campbell Aitchison by the Rev. Waddell, in 1922.

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2022P_Thompson-Macaulay-S14_038618
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"Killed in Action" - WWI pamphlet
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CA: Thompson - Macaulay Series 14
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Thompson - Macaulay Family
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1919

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