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The Australasian Journal of Salvation Army History

Welcome to The Australasian Journal of Salvation Army History (AJSAH) Issue 2.

The Journal aims to encourage discussion and to promote and publish research and inquiry into historical elements of The Salvation Army, its belief, practices and people.

Each issue of AJSAH will include; papers on elements of Salvation Army history, biographical information, as well as information on resources for researchers and others interested in the history of The Salvation Army.

You can access Volume 1, Issue 2 of the Journal through the link below:



  1. What a fantastic effort. Stories of historical accuracy, book reviews and a snapshot of the recent symposium - there is something for everyone. Although I did not attend the symposium, I have heard great things and was excited by the numbers that attended. I have since purchased a copy of 'Brilliant Biscuits' and can thoroughly recommend it to any one that is into cooking. I always find homemade biscuits to be a beautiful addition to a lovely afternoon tea. Well done contributors to this enlightening journal, keep up the good work! I look forward to the next edition.

  2. Really enjoyed discovering your website. I'm an Army "history buff" in Canada. I did live in Sydney, Australia back in 1960-61 and attended Rockdale Corps. It was then that I learned about the "SAOS" and brought that story back to Canada years ago. Years ago I played in the Vancouver Temple Band and one of my friends in that band was Gordon McKenzie, the son of Fighting Mac. I've passed the item about Fighting Mac on to his granddaughter who live in Vancouver.

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