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Darkest Hour: The True Story of Lark Force at Rabaul - Australia's Worst Military Disaster of World War II by Bruce D. Gamble1
Fortress Rabaul: The Battle for the Southwest Pacific, January 1942-April 1943 by Bruce D. Gamble2
Target: Rabaul: The Allied Siege of Japan's Most Infamous Stronghold, March 1943 - August 1945 by Bruce D. Gamble3

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