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APA Citation

Austin, Ronald J.  (1997).  Black and gold : the history of the 29th Battalion, 1915-1918.  McCrae, Vic :  Slouch Hat Publications

MLA Citation

Austin, Ronald J.  Black and gold : the history of the 29th Battalion, 1915-1918 / Ronald J. Austin  Slouch Hat Publications McCrae, Vic  1997

Australian/Harvard Citation

Austin, Ronald J.  1997,  Black and gold : the history of the 29th Battalion, 1915-1918 / Ronald J. Austin  Slouch Hat Publications McCrae, Vic

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