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Dead men rising / [by] Kenneth Seaforth Mackenzie
Bib ID 1321293
Format BookBook
Author
Mackenzie, Kenneth, 1913-1955
 
Description Sydney : Angus & Robertson, 1975 
288 p. ; 18 cm. 
ISBN 0207133239
Series

& R classics.

Notes

First published, London: Cape, 1951.

Subjects Novels in English. Australian writers, 1890-1945. Special subjects : Australia. Japanese prisoners of war, 1943-1945. Texts.  |  Prisoners of war -- Australia -- Fiction.  |  Prisoners of war -- Japan -- Fiction.

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