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The Kangaroo March : from Wagga Wagga to the…

The Kangaroo March : from Wagga Wagga to the Western Front (edition 2006)

by Sherry Morris, Harold Fife

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Title:The Kangaroo March : from Wagga Wagga to the Western Front
Authors:Sherry Morris
Other authors:Harold Fife
Info:Wagga Wagga, N.S.W. : S. Morris, c2006.
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Tags:Australian history, Wagga Wagga

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The Kangaroo March : from Wagga Wagga to the Western Front by Sherry Morris

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The Kangaroo March was the longest of the recruiting marches held in New South Wales and Queensland during the First World War.
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