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Volume 7 - No. 174 - February 18, 1944

I Was There! - At Cape Gloucester We Crashed Our Way Ashore

Feb1944

I Was There! - At Cape Gloucester We Crashed Our Way Ashore

Covered by Australian and American naval units, U.S. troops effected a landing at Cape Gloucester, New Britain, on December 26, 1943. Operations were witnessed by Kenneth Slessor, Australian Official

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Full index of this magazine

  • The Battle Fronts
  • The War at Sea
  • Australia's Allied Works Council in Swift Action
  • Britain's Colonies in the War: No. 1 - Nigeria
  • Bessarabia Has Its Problem for the Allies
  • Pacific Stronghold Bases Japan Must Defend
  • Views & Reviews
  • We Are the Flying Eyes of the Heavy Guns
  • I Was There! - How We Landed on the Beaches of South Rome
  • I Was There! - At Cape Gloucester We Crashed Our Way Ashore
  • I Was There! - Our Submarine Chased and Fought Ten Enemy Ships
  • I Was There! - They Used Glider Bombs Against Our Convoy
  • Our Diary of the War
  • The War in the Air
  • Editor's Postscript