Kokoda Track 101 Days
An Australian story of extraordinary bravery. In July 1942, a large and well-trained Japanese army landed at Buna, on the north coast of New Guinea. Their aim was to capture Port Moresby. Their route was the Kokoda Track. The only force that stood in their way was a small, poorly-trained group of Australian Militia from the 39th Battalion. Their story is written in an easy to read style which would appeal to younger readers aged 12 years. Paperback, illustrated, 178 pages.