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Hugh Vincent Clarke (27 November 1919 – 29 November 1996) was an Australian soldier, public servant and author, specialising in military history.

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Uniform title: To Sydney by stealth. English
by Clarke, Hugh V. (Hugh Vincent), 1919-1996
London ; Melbourne : Horwitz, 1966
 
 
by Clarke, Hugh V. (Hugh Vincent), 1919-1996
Melbourne : Australian Large Print, 1991, c1963
 
 
by Clarke, Hugh V. (Hugh Vincent), 1919-1996
London : Transworld Publishers, 1971
BookBook [text, volume]
 
 
 
 
by Clarke, Hugh V. (Hugh Vincent), 1919-1996
Sydney : George Allen & Unwin, 1985 , © 1984
BookBook [text, still image, volume]
 
 
by Clarke, Hugh V. (Hugh Vincent), 1919-1996
London ; Melbourne ; Sydney : Horwitz Publications, 1965
BookBook [text, volume]
 
 
Kesshi no Tokushu Senkōtei : Dai 2-ji Sekai Taisen Kaisen maruhi shirei / H. Kurāku, Yamashita Takeo cho
決死の特殊潜航艇 : 第二次世界大戦開戦丸秘指令 / H.V.クラーク, 山下武雄著
by Clarke, Hugh V. (Hugh Vincent), 1919-1996
Tōkyō : Rukkusha, Shōwa 42 [1967]
東京 : ルック社, 昭和42 [1967]
 
 
Nagasaki furyo shūyōjo / Hyū Kurāku ; Sonoda Kenji yaku
長崎俘虜収容所 / ヒュー・クラーク ; 園田健二訳
Uniform title: Last stop Nagasaki! Japanese
by Clarke, Hugh V. (Hugh Vincent), 1919-1996
Nagasaki-shi : Nagasaki Bunkensha, Shōwa 63 [1988]
長崎市 : 長崎文献社, 昭和63[1988]
 
 
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