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The corpse in the Carley float : an archaeological survey of the Christmas Island Cemetery and the possible burial site of an HMAS Sydney sailor / Martin Gibbs
Bib ID 103099
Format BookBook
Author
Gibbs, Martin, 1966-
 
Description [Fremantle, W.A.] : Dept. of Maritime Archaeology, Western Australian Maritime Museum, 1997 
9 leaves : map ; 30 cm. 
Series

Report (Western Australian Maritime Museum. Department of Maritime Archaeology) no. 131.

Notes

Cover title.

"February 1997"

Bibliography: leaf 8.

Subjects Sydney (Cruiser : 1934-1941)  |  Cemeteries -- Christmas Island (Indian Ocean)  |  Christmas Island Cemetery (Christmas Island, Indian Ocean)
Other authors/contributors Western Australian Maritime Museum. Department of Maritime Archaeology

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