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sabretache

(ˈsæbəˌtæʃ)
n
(Military) a leather case suspended from a cavalryman's saddle
[C19: via French from German Säbeltasche sabre pocket]
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Denisov smiled, took out of his sabretache a handkerchief that diffused a smell of perfume, and put it to Nesvitski's nose.
Geographical and technical intelligence in the Southwest Pacific 1942-1945" Sabretache, 46(4):21.
But Anthony Staunton, editor of Sabretache, the journal of the Military History Society of Australia, has called for the plans to be scrapped.
White, 'Compulsory military training in Australia in 1914', Sabretache, vol.
The first is a reprint of the March 2002 edition of Sabretache and a second a list of articles since 2002.
1) Previous articles on this period by Jeff Hopkins-Weise include "New Zealand's Colonial Defence Force (Cavalry) and its Australian Context, 1863-66", Sabretache September 2002, pp.
Any feedback from this or any Sabretache article can be directed to editor@mhsa.
In his article The Last Strike in the June 2006 issue of Sabretache, the late Alan Fraser, a pilot with 7 Squadron, RAAF, wrote of the last strike by the RAAF in WW2.
In the June 2006 issue of Sabretache, Joe commented on increasing interest by collectors in Memorial Plaques, more commonly known as Death Plaques.
It is the first of a series of books produced by the Army History Unit although books 2 and 3 in the series which will be reviewed in the next edition of Sabretache are card cover rather than e-books with the games only available in the edition supplied by the Army History Unit.
Notice of the passing of Alan Fraser appeared in the June issue of Sabretache and it was appropriate that the same issue should carry his last article for the Journal--The Last Strike, the account of his participation in the last RAAF action against the Japanese in New Guinea on 15 August 1945, the day on which the Japanese surrender was announced.
The December 2005 issue of Sabretache reported the death of Havildar Umrao Singh, the last surviving Indian Victoria Cross recipient.