Dutch West Indians to fight Japs (News From Home No. 93)
|Title||Dutch West Indians to fight Japs (News From Home No. 93)|
|Place made||Australia: New South Wales, Sydney|
|Date made||15 May 1944|
|Physical description||35mm - safety/b&w/sound|
|Copying provision||Copy provided subject to permission from copyright holder|
Troops from the Dutch West Indies arrive in Sydney on their way north to fight the Japanese. Most of the troops are from Dutch Guyana some being the direct descendents of African slaves. A group display sabres which are a traditional weapon of Dutch Colonial Troops.
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