Soldier Superb.The Australian Fights In New Guinea

By: DAWES, ALLAN

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Soldier Superb.The Australian Fights In New Guinea by DAWES, ALLAN
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Sydney, F.H. Johnston Publishing Company, 1943. Official War Photographs and 14 drawings by Russell Drysdale of soldiers sharing a smoke and a rest together and various day to day activities. Author depicts the life and death of the Soldiers, their mud hole homes, the Japanese tricks to draw fire and locate positions and naming many soldiers gives a real identity to them even after many years. First Edition; 4to; pp. 102; 7 double-page b/w photographs, 2 full-page b/w photographs; original green cloth, dustjacket spine and corners bumped with triangular section missing 5 x 4 cm; page edges flecked, very light foxing to endpapers; otherwise a very good copy.

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