The New Student's Reference Work/Fitchett, Rev. William Henry

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The New Student's Reference Work (1914)
Fitchett, Rev. William Henry
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Fitchett, Rev. William Henry, was educated at Melbourne University, has been president of the general conference of the Methodist church of Australasia, is principal of the Methodist Ladies' College at Melbourne, was former editor of the Melbourne Daily Telegraph, and is now in charge of the editorial interests of The Southern Cross and Life. He is even better known for his stirring recitals of British fighting on land and sea, his published works including Deeds that Won the Empire, Fights for the Flag, How England Saved Europe, Wellington's Men, Nelson and His Captains and The Commander of the Hirondelle. These works are circulated and read throughout the English-speaking world.