TO KOKODA AND BEYOND. The Story of the 39th Battalion 1941-1943

By: AUSTIN, Victor, Compiled

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Melbourne University Press. Melbourne. 1988. First Edition;. pages xvi, 267; illustrations. hardcover in dust jacket (fine condition, protected); fine condition. . Very Scarce. Unit history of the 39th Australian Infantry Battalion, includes nominal roll. This battalion existed as a unit for only 23 months but its story is one of the most unusual and proudest in the annals of Australian military history. This largely untrained, untried (Port Moresby, Papua) 'garrison battalion' unexpectedly found itself in early 1941 in the frontline of Australia's defence, it checked the Japanese invader on the Kokoda Trail, thereby breaking the momentum of the Japanese southward thrust. This unit fought in the Buna Gona areas. Much sought after.

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