The Architect of the Kokoda Trail 1942 WW2

The Architect of the Kokoda Trail 1942 WW2

The Architect of Kokoda by R.Kienzle - new book

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This war book tells the story of the man who devised the Kokoda Track and the of the Kokoda Trail during WW2. If one person 'made' the Kokoda Track, that man was Bert Kienzle. Part Samoan and German/English, born in Fiji and raised in Germany and Australia, he was managing a rubber plantation and gold mine in Papua New Guinea at the outbreak of World War II. He surveyed and established the Track, and spent more time on it than anyone else throughout the campaign - managing and organising the delivery of supplies and men along it. A unique story of a very special part of Australian history, told by his daughter-in-law with unique access to the central character, and access to all his records and photos. This is the untold story of a true Australian war hero.
  • Weight in grams: 450
  • Total Pages: 338
  • Publication Date: 2013
  • Dimensions in mm : 130 x 200 x 28
  • Cover Soft (SB) or Hardback (HB): Soft Cover
  • Book Condition: PERFECT - NEW BOOK

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