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A ‘Fuzzy Wuzzy Angel’ assists a wounded Australian soldier, Papua New Guinea, 1942 [[MORE]]JoshPee-wee:The Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels wa...

A blinded Australian soldier (Private George Whittington) is guided to a field hospital away from the battlefront by a Papuan native (Raphael Oimbari). Buna, Northern Province, Papua New Guinea. Christmas Day, Photo by George Silk

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Aborigine Trying on a Gas Mask, Australia, Second World War

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The 'Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels' - Papua New Guinea World War Two carriers along the infamous Kokoda Track.

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Kokoda Track

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The Kokoda Track (Trail) Campaign was part of the Pacific Theatre of World War II and was critical to the defence of Australia. The battle was a series of fierce engagements fought between Japanese and Allied forces from July 1942 to January 1943. The Allied contingent consisted primarily of Australians who defended what was then the Australian Territory of Papua (now Papua New Guinea)

The Kokoda Track (Trail) Campaign was part of the Pacific Theatre of World War…

Location of the Kokoda Trail within Territory of Papua, 1942. The highlighted area is shown in the map below

Location of the Kokoda Trail within Territory of Papua, 1942

Unsung Heroes of the Kokoda Campaign - the Wuzzy Fuzzy Angels! The "fuzzy wuzzy" angels acted as bearers for the Australian and other Allied troops, carrying supplies and wounded on the Kokoda Trail during the fighting against the Japanese.

'The Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels' of Papua New Guinea helping an injured soldier during…

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