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    Default Australians at War (Updated infrequently)

    [size=5]Australians at War[/size]

    [size=4]Korea[/size]





    [size=4]Training for Korea[/size]









    [size=4]RAAF operations in the Pacific Theatre WWII[/size]











    [size=4]RAAF operations in the European Theatre WWII[/size]







    [size=4]Pacific Theatre Australian POWs [/size]







    [size=4]New Guinea, Bougainville & Timor[/size]









    [size=4]Japan Surrenders[/size]







    [size=4]Training in Australia & England during WWII [/size]
































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    Outstanding, thanks for posting those.

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    woah....Good stuff.

    Thanks

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    Is this the Australian made SMG?(forgot the type)

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    A very nice collection of images. Thanks for posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flanker7 View Post


    Is this the Australian made SMG?(forgot the type)
    Yes... the Owen I think

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    Woah, that is a decent sized fella.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flanker7 View Post
    Is this the Australian made SMG?(forgot the type)
    Try finding the even more uncommon Aussie SMG - the Austen Mk1. There's one pic amongst that lot with at least a dozen visible examples.

    Wikipedia Austen Mk1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Auzzzie View Post
    Woah, that is a decent sized fella.
    What made those tracks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stonecutter View Post
    What made those tracks?
    Emu, most of the tracks I've seen are barely bigger than my hand.

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    Thanks, never seen these pictures before!

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    What unit are these guys from? I wasn't aware Australia had any balmoral-wearing regiments

    http://castlemaine-boy.smugmug.com/p...60086923-O.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by drakegoodman View Post
    Try finding the even more uncommon Aussie SMG - the Austen Mk1. There's one pic amongst that lot with at least a dozen visible examples.

    Wikipedia Austen Mk1

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    Quote Originally Posted by drakegoodman View Post
    Try finding the even more uncommon Aussie SMG - the Austen Mk1. There's one pic amongst that lot with at least a dozen visible examples.

    Wikipedia Austen Mk1
    http://castlemaine-boy.smugmug.com/p...60105731-O.jpg

    Here? They look a bit different to the Owen.

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    Clearly just a variation of Owen
    Last edited by baboon6; 06-06-2007 at 11:27 AM. Reason: Not loking properly

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    Tres cool. Thanks!

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