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Campaign to increase the strength of the militia forces to 70,000 : broadcast speeches / by the Prime Minister (J.A. Lyons) and Dame Enid Lyons
Bib ID 2328168
Format BookBook
Author
Australia. Prime Minister
 
Description Melbourne : Government Printer, 1938 
5, 3 p. ; 22 cm. 
Notes

Cover title.

At head of title: Commonwealth of Australia.

Subjects Australia. Army. Militia.  |  Australia -- Armed Forces -- Recruiting, enlistment, etc.
Other authors/contributors Lyons, J. A. (Joseph Aloysius), 1879-1939  |  Lyons, Enid Muriel, Dame, 1897-1981

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