Australians in World War II: Royal Australian Navy in the Atlantic and Mediterranean

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Featuring over 100 photographs and art works, this new DVA title explores the role of the RAN in two critical theatres of war. The RAN was heavily involved in combat operations in the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, including the North African campaign and Greece and Crete. Including an appendix of battle honours, this book tells the story of RAN operations and uses personal accounts to explore these years of success and sacrifice.

Soft cover, photographs, 188 pages.

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