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Kokoda Track: 101 Days

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Written for teenage readers and those seeking a simple version of a complex event, this is the story of a vastly outnumbered force of poorly-trained and poorly-supplied Australian militia who stopped a huge but ill-conceived Japanese attack on Port Moresby, over the spine of New Guinea. The two villains in the piece, Australian general Thomas Blamey and US general Douglas ...more
Paperback, 177 pages
Published January 2007 by Black Dog
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Mar 28, 2008 Peter Macinnis added it  ·  (Review from the author)
Recommends it for: teenage readers
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Happy grandfather, travels, writes for adults and youngsters, mainly history or science. Published by the National Library of Australia (Australian Backyard Naturalist May 2012, another book Curious Minds October, 2012, Big Book of Australian History, 2013). Talks on ABC (RN), translated into 7 other languages. Winner of the W.A. Premier's Prize for Children's Literature 2013 and other awards.

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