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PlaceMount Tambu was the highest point on the track that ran between Salamaua and Mubo in south-eastern New Guinea. Rising to a height of 280 metres above sea level, it had several steep, almost sheer, fac...
TownOne of the best known military camps in Australia, Puckapunyal Camp, widely-known simply as "Pucka", opened in November 1939 to accommodate troops of the 17th Brigade of the 6th Australian Division. I...
PlaceAt the beginning of the Second World War, Salamaua was the administrative centre for the New Guinea district of Morobe. Built on a small isthmus on the shores of Huon Gulf it was also the main point o...