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Australia and the Empire / by A.G.L. Shaw
Bib ID 1693487
Format BookBook
Author
Shaw, A. G. L. (Alan George Lewers), 1916-2012
 
Printer (Melbourne : Ramsay, Ware Publishing)
Description [Melbourne] : Australian Army Education Service, [between 1944 and 1946] 
31 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. 
Series

Discussion pamphlet (Australia. Army. Education Service) no. 20.

Notes

Cover title.

Bound with others in this series.

Subjects Australia -- History.  |  Commonwealth countries.
Other authors/contributors Australia. Army. Education Service

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