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Military forces in New South Wales : an introduction. Part 1, 1788-1904 / edited by Ralph Sutton, Ken Thompson and Bill Storer
Bib ID 2083027
Format BookBook
Edition 3rd rev. & enl. ed. 
Description Paddington, N.S.W. : Army Museum Sydney, 2000 
vi, 108 p , [11] p. ; 22 cm.. 
ISBN 0957822308
Notes

Includes index.

Bibliography.

Subjects New South Wales - History, Military.  |  Great Britain - Armed Forces - New South Wales - History.
Other authors/contributors Sutton, Ralph, 1921-  |  Thompson, Ken, 1924-  |  Storer, Bill, 1941-  |  Army Museum Sydney
Available From Army Museum Sydney, Victoria Barracks, Paddington NSW 2021 

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