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... started as part of the British Indian branch of The Scout Association ... After the partition of India, the "East Pakistan Boy Scout Association" was formed as a regional association within the Pakistan Boy Scouts Association ... the second National Jamboree of the Pakistan Boy Scouts Association was held at Chittagong with 4,000 participants ...
... was established in Australia in 1908, the year the first Boy Scout training handbook Scouting for Boys was published in England ... CHUMS Scout Patrols started forming in Australia in 1908 due to the circulation of CHUMS publication there ... supported the formation of the League of Boy Scouts ...
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... CHUMS Scout Patrols started forming in Australia in 1908 due to the circulation of CHUMS publication there ... supported the formation of the League of Boy Scouts ... In 1909, the Australian League of Boy Scouts Queensland formed ...
... Scout training was first introduced to boys in Hong Kong in 1910, only a few years after the beginning of the Scout movement in the United Kingdom, when Rev ... Spink started a Boys' Brigade Company attached to the St ... By 1911, British merchants and military personnel had started to organise Scout Groups in the city ...
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