Coast Watchers at War New Guinea Australian World War Two

Coast Watchers at War in Wewak New Guinea Australian WW2


Wewak Mission Coast Watchers at War New Guinea by L. Veale

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This war book Wewak Mission is the military record of Australian Coastwatchers in New Guinea WW2.
The author served in the Australian Army with the 1st Independent Company (later Commando) in New Ireland and the New Hebrides before he volunteered for the Coastwatchers. This account relates to incidents that had a direct bearing on his Coastwatcher mission; the massacre on the Sepik River, slaughter of missionaries and the eventual execution by the Japanese of those who assisted the patrol members.
Large book and Scarce this condition

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Book Condition:
Scuffs to gloss on cover, slight edge wear, otherwise nice book
Outer Cover on Book:
Hard Boards with Dust Jacket
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Publication Date:
signed by veteran/author
Weight in grams:
Nominal Roll ? :-
no - but has extensive personal names of soldiers and their operations throughout text.

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