1 edition of An Australian"s View found in the catalog.
An Australian"s View
by Ariel Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||100|
Our Australians Limited Edition Book In Bookcase / The Paper House like new :// About three-quarters of a century has passed since the Australians faced Mauser and pom pom fire and suffered the ravages of disease in South Africa. Sadly the story of the Australian contribution in the Boer War is not well known. This is surprising because no less t enlisted men embarked to fight in South Africa. It was the first significant force to leave ://
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