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A chapter of endless possibilities: the birth of Australian military aviation [picture] : Canberra 24 August 2001
Bib ID 5334009
Format PicturePicture
Author
Wilkinson, Peter A
 
Description [Australia] : Defence Publishing Service, 2001 
1 poster : col. ill. ; 30 x 42 cm. 
Summary

Features an illustration of a man in old-fashioned uniform, with seven planes flying in the background - including a red plane bearing the iron cross of the German Luftstreitkräfte.

Notes

"Aerospace Centre 2001 RAAF History Conference".

"Defence Publishing Service May 30/2001".

Catalogue record generated as part of a batch load.

Subjects Australia. Royal Australian Air Force -- Posters.  |  Australia. Royal Australian Air Force -- History -- Posters.
Other authors/contributors Australia. Royal Australian Air Force
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