Lament for the dead of Long Tan

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On 18 August 1966, 108 men of D Company, 6RAR, fought off an attack by an enemy force of more than 2,000 in a rubber plantation near the abandoned village of Long Tan. Eighteen Australians were killed and 24 were wounded. On 18 August 1969 the Long Tan cross was erected and dedicated on the site of the battle. Either side of the memorial cross are men who fought at Long Tan.

Full colour poster printed on heavy (300 gsm) paper. Measures approximately 600 x 900 mm.

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