|Title||Christmas party 1st Australian Logistic Support Group base Vung Tau, South Vietnam, 1967, recorded by Sergeant Wayne Grant|
|Object type||To be confirmed|
|Physical description||sound tape reel; KODAK; 3 3/4 ips/9.5 cm.s; mono; 7 inch|
|Copying provision||Copy provided for personal non-commercial use|
Soldiers from 1st Australian Logistic Support Group join with young children from the nearby refugee village, Nam Binh, to sing some of the traditional Christmas carols at their base at Vung Tau in an attempt to bring some peace and happiness not only to themselves, as they can't be home for Christmas, but to the people they are fighting for.
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