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Horrie the wog-dog : with the A.I.F. in Egypt, Greece, Crete and Palestine / written from the diary of J.B. Moody A.I.F. by Ion L. Idriess
Bib ID 2305351
Format BookBook
Author
Idriess, Ion L. (Ion Llewellyn), 1890-1979
 
Uniform Title Dog of the desert
Printer (Sydney : Halstead Press)
Description Sydney : Angus and Robertson, 1945 
x, 232 p., [17] p. of plates : ill. ; 19 cm. 
Notes

First published in U.S.A. under title: Dog of the desert.

Library's Whelan copy inscribed and signed by the author.

Subjects World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, Australian.  |  Horrie (Dog)  |  Australia -- Armed Forces -- Mascots.
Other authors/contributors Moody, J. B

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