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Soldier settlement : the soldiers' heavy incubus under fusion government : the boom-and-burst policy / authorised by D. L. McNamara
Bib ID 947908
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
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Printer (Melbourne : Labor Call Print)
Description Melbourne : [Australian Labor Party Victorian Branch, 1926] 
[2] p. ; 25 cm. 
Series

A.L.P. election leaflet ; no. 7.

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N 329.9945 AUS copy Also available online https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2559267730

Subjects Soldier settlements -- Victoria.  |  Land settlement -- Victoria.  |  Veterans -- Loans -- Victoria.
Other authors/contributors McNamara, D. L  |  Australian Labor Party. Victorian Branch

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