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TownWewak is a town on the northern coast of New Guinea, which in 1942 was the administrative centre for the Sepik District. In December of that year it was occupied by the Japanese and subsequently devel...
TownThe port in Western Australia from which the first convoy, carrying Australian and New Zealand troops, horses and supplies to the First World War, left on 1 November 1914. Albany was the last Australi...
PlaceThe Somme Valley is the area centring on the town of Albert, covering the front north of the River Somme and across the River Ancre (north-east of Amiens). It was the location of many of the bloodies...
PlaceFlanders is the geographic area in eastern Belgium and north-eastern France occupying approximately the historic boundaries of the medieval principality. A densely populated and productive region with...
TownGreta is a small town in the Hunter Valley in New South Wales, approximately 40 kilometres north-west of Newcastle. During the Second World War it was the site of one of the Australian Army's largest ...
General RegionOnly use this record if you don't know where in France or Belgium. The "Western Front" was the principal theatre of operations for British and Dominion forces for the duration of the First World War....