The battle for Australia

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History

 

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Bryan G

 

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September 25, 2016

 

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University

 

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A

 

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The Japanese landed in the Gona region of Papua New Guinea with the intent of capturing the major Australian base at Port Moresby. This commenced one of the most iconic campaigns in Australia’s attempt to halt Japanese southern advancement – the Kokoda Track. The Kokoda Track is a narrow, jungle enclosed pathway across the Owen Stanley Range over the roof of Papua...
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For Australian soldiers sent to serve in the Owen Stanleys in 1942, the surroundings came as a shock. Liuetenant Don Simonson 39th Battalion recalls his encounter: “We moved into a country that we had never dreamt before. At the highest peaks of mountains there was moss forest and leeches by the millions...
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