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A group of Australian soldiers seen on a level section of the Kokoda Trail during 1942.
kokoda trail, Papua New Guinea
Learn about Australia's military and service history through the experiences of Australian veterans and their families during wartime and peace
The remote Kokoda airfield high in the tropical jungles was the only airstrip for a hundred miles – the only way of getting troops in and out apart from a long trek.
Soldiers returning to their base camp after a battle at Isurava. Their shoes sink deep in the mud on the hilly jungle track.
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