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Database Records by Area and Year
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Item - Register of deaths and casualties for the 78th Infantry Regt (series AWM 82 captured Japanese documents): 08/01/1943 to 04/04/1944
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Item - Area elevation diagrams (series AWM 82 captured Japanese documents): ?/?/c1942
Item - Detailed battle reports for the 51st Division (series Army campaign reports and records): ?/?/1942 to ?/?/1945
Item - Records of operations and campaigns (series AWM 82 captured Japanese documents): ?/?/1942 to ?/?/1943
Hide details for 19431943
Item - 51st Division tactical plan Lae-Salamaua areas (series Allied Translator and Interpreter Section (ATIS) publications): 4/11/1943
Item - 65th Brigade and Mano Group movement and operations in Lae-Salamaua area (series Allied Translator and Interpreter Section (ATIS) publications): 6/9/1943
Item - Bismarck Sea operation February-March 1943 (series Allied Translator and Interpreter Section (ATIS) publications): 29/3/1943
Item - Bismarck Sea operation February-March 1943 (series Allied Translator and Interpreter Section (ATIS) publications): 8/4/1943
Item - Casualty figures: response of Japanese prisoners to inquiries about weapons wounding them and which were most feared (series Allied Translator and Interpreter Section (ATIS) publications): 23/9/1943 to 17/10/1943
Item - Combat training plans (series Allied Translator and Interpreter Section (ATIS) publications): 28/12/1943
Item - Detailed battle reports for the 15th Field Machine Cannon Coy (series Army campaign reports and records): 7/7/c1943 to 20/7/c1943
Item - Detailed battle reports for the 51st Division (series Army campaign reports and records): ?/?/1942 to ?/?/1945
Item - Hand drawn map of the Lae - Wau - Salamaua area (series AWM 82 captured Japanese documents): ?/1/1943 to ?/9/1943
Item - Historical documents for the 51st Division in the Lae and Salamaua areas (series Army campaign reports and records): ?/5/1943 to ?/8/1943
Item - JA145565 interrogation report (series Allied Translator and Interpreter Section (ATIS) publications): 28/12/1943
Item - JA145566 interrogation report (series Allied Translator and Interpreter Section (ATIS) publications): 23/11/1943
Item - JA145567 interrogation report (series Allied Translator and Interpreter Section (ATIS) publications): 4/12/1943
Item - JA145599 interrogation report (series Allied Translator and Interpreter Section (ATIS) publications): 20/11/1943
Item - Japan loses Lae and Salamaua (series Far Eastern Liaison Office propaganda leaflets): 24/9/1943
Item - Japanese knowledge of Allied activities, derived from security leaks or espionage (series Allied Translator and Interpreter Section (ATIS) publications): 5/12/1943
Item - M162 interrogation report (series Allied Translator and Interpreter Section (ATIS) publications): 26/10/1943
Item - M163 supplementary interrogation report (series Allied Translator and Interpreter Section (ATIS) publications): 27/10/1943
Item - M214 interrogation report (series Allied Translator and Interpreter Section (ATIS) publications): 16/10/1943
Item - Machine-guns and Model 99 rifle use by Japanese troops in New Guinea and New Britain (series Allied Translator and Interpreter Section (ATIS) publications): 5/9/1943
Item - Moto Group intelligence records, 29 April - 16 August 1943 (series Allied Translator and Interpreter Section (ATIS) publications): 24/9/1943 to 22/3/1944
Item - New Britain invaded (series Far Eastern Liaison Office propaganda leaflets): 30/12/1943
Item - Nominal roll of hospitalised warrant officers and NCO's (series AWM 82 captured Japanese documents): 6/6/1943 to 16/6/1943





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