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Royal Commission, Statements, Nowra & Jervis Bay, H.M.A.S Voyager / Royal Commission on Loss of H.M.A.S. Voyager
Bib ID 4983521
Format BookBook
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Australia. Royal Commission on Loss of H.M.A.S. Voyager
 
Description Sydney : Commonwealth of Australia, Royal Commission, 1964 
1 v. (210 p.) ; 34 cm. 
Notes

Spine title.

Processed.

Royal Commissioner: Sir John Spicer.

Subjects Melbourne (Aircraft carrier)  |  Voyager (Destroyer : 1952-1964)  |  Australia. Royal Australian Navy.  |  Collisions at sea -- New South Wales -- Nowra.  |  Collisions at sea -- Australian Capital Territory -- Jervis Bay.  |  Navies -- Accidents -- Investigation -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Spicer, John Armstrong, Sir, 1899-1978
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Statements, Nowra & Jervis Bay, H.M.A.S Voyager

Statements, Nowra and Jervis Bay, H.M.A.S Voyager

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