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Flight of diamonds : the story of Broome's war and the Carnot Bay diamonds / William H. Tyler
Bib ID 11801
Format BookBook
Author
Tyler, William H
 
Description Carlisle, W.A. : Hesperian Press, 1987, c1986 
viii, 125 p. : ill., maps, ports ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 0859051056
Notes

Bibliography: p. 88-89.

Subjects Palmer, Jack.  |  Robinson, Frank.  |  Mulgrue, James.  |  Larceny - Western Australia - Carnot Bay.  |  Diamonds - Western Australia - Carnot Bay.  |  World War, 1939-1945 - Western Australia - Broome - Aerial operations, Japanese.  |  Broome (W.A.) - History - Bombardment, 1942.

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