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Outback Corridor History of Darwin Transport AA AGH WW2

Outback Corridor History of Darwin Transport AA AGH WW2

Outback Corridor. World War 2 Lines of Communication Across Australia from Adelaide and Mt Isa to Darwin. Northern Territory Wartime Experiences. Army Women's Services in the NT
by A Smith : new book


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Outback Corridor. World War 2 Lines of Communication Across Australia from Adelaide and Mt Isa to Darwin. Northern Territory Wartime Experiences. Army Women's Services in the NT.
A large history of 386 larger format pages of stories facts, servicemen, civilians of the transport corridors to Darwin during WW2. Also has extensive nominal rolls including, Central Australian Railwaymen, Personnel who worked on the OTL 1941-61, Post Office Staff as at 19/2/42 (Bombing Date), Png Line Personnel Alice Springs to Darwin, Members 7MD Signals Darwin, Members NO17 Lof C Signals Awas, 109 AGH Australian General Hospital, Electoral Roll Northern Territory 1940, Telephone Directory Alice Springs Tennant Creek, Members of 14AA Bty Darwin 13th December 1940.
A very detailed text supported with numerous photographs and facts on the bombing before after and during.

  • Book Condition: PERFECT - NEW BOOK
  • Comment: 1st edition and collectable Quality
  • Cover Soft (SB) or Hardback (HB): Heavy Pictorial Hard Boards
  • Dimensions in mm : 170 x 255 x 30
  • Nominal Roll ? :- has numerous rolls
  • Publication Date: 2002
  • Total Pages: 388
  • Weight in grams: 1100

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