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Books Books 1 - 3 of 3 on ... and grinned. The grin didn't mean anything — or did it? Templeton's Crossing....
" ... and grinned. The grin didn't mean anything — or did it? Templeton's Crossing was a dry camp with kunda bunks by the riverbank. We stayed the night and pushed on. I will never forget the scene as Eora came into sight halfway down the last ridge.... "
Ralph Honner: Kokoda Hero - Page 186
by Peter Brune - 2007 - 368 pages
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A Bastard of a Place: The Australians in Papua : Kokoda, Milne Bay, Gona ...

Peter Brune - History - 2004 - 704 pages
...during September 1942, Parer captured some of the most dramatic film footage of the Second World War. When White, Wilmot and Parer arrived at Eora Creek,...mud up to their shins. The whole village built of pandanas and grass looked as if it were about to flounder in the sea of mud. The huts leaned drunkenly....
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200 Shots: Damien Parer and George Silk with the Australians at War in New ...

Neil McDonald, Peter Brune - History - 2005 - 197 pages
...wrote the following description in Green Armour. Hundreds of men were standing about in mud that came up to their shins. The whole village built of pandanus and grass looked as if it were about to founder in the sea of mud Thc huts leaned drunkenly. There were piles of broken-out ration boxes half...
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Eyewitness: Australians Write from the Front-line

Garrie Hutchinson - History - 2005 - 442 pages
...Eora came into sight halfway down the last ridge. Hundreds of men were standing about in mud that came up to their shins. The whole village, built of pandanus and grass, looked as if it were about to founder in the sea of mud. The huts leaned drunkenly. There were piles of broken-out ration boxes and...
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