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Over the Top with the Third Australian Division

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Author: G. P. Cuttriss

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The fighting history of the Australian Forces is one long series of magnificent achievements,beginning on that day of sacred and glorious memory. 

P G Schmitt

A brief outline of the happenings of the soldiers of the Third Australian Division in France during the last half of the First World War. Shame the pics are missing...


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