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Anzac poems and the landing at Gaba Tepe / by Returned Soldiers
Bib ID 6093905
Format BookBook
Author
Returned soldier
 
Description [Sydney?] : Printed by E.V. Brown, [1918?] 
16 p. ; 16 cm. 
Full contents
  • The landing
  • Australians
  • Jim
  • Leave!
  • A soldier's farewell
  • Mother, we meet again
  • The parting
  • Anzacs
  • A soldier's dream of home
  • The boy who went away
 
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Subjects Australia. Army. Australian and New Zealand Army Corps -- Poetry.  |  War poetry, Australian.  |  World War, 1914-1918 -- Poetry.  |  Australian

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