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The War, from our own correspondent : Australians at the Dardanelles, letters from the front : the Gallipoli campaign
Bib ID 20462
Format BookBook
Description [Sydney] : Australian Schools Commission, 1984 
22 p. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 0730512002
Series

Local history primary source series

Notes

Cover title.

Project Officer: David Eastburn.

Subjects World War, 1914-1918 - Campaigns - Turkey - Gallipoli Peninsula.  |  Soldiers - Correspondence.
Other authors/contributors Eastburn, D. R. (David R.)  |  Commonwealth Schools Commission (Australia)

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