THE 'LETTER' BATTERIES - the history of the 'letter' batteries in World War II KIDD, Reg and Ray NEAL

By: KIDD, Reg and Ray NEAL

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THE 'LETTER' BATTERIES - the history of the 'letter' batteries in World War II KIDD, Reg and Ray NEAL by KIDD, Reg and Ray NEAL
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Castlecrag, the authors, 1998. first edition - h/c in d.j. This book is the story of the raising of nineteen batteries of coast artillery in the Australian Arrmy. Artillerymen were recruited from coast artillery units in all States of Australia, and later from other branches of theartillery. These coast batteries (which became known collectively as the 'Letter' batteries, because they were named after the letters of the alphabet), being mobile, were later moved forward to defend bases in Papua and New Guinea. 255 x 185mm., pp. xiv, 415, b/w plates, FINE/FINE.

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