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Wright, M., 1965, If I die: coastwatching and guerrilla warfare behind Japanese lines , Melbourne: Lansdowne
Wu, David Y.H., 1982, The Chinese in Papua New Guinea 1880–1980 , Hong Kong: Chinese University Press
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2/17 Battalion History Committee (ed.), 1998, "'What we have we hold": a history of the 2/17 Australian Infantry Battalion 1940–1945 , Loftus: Australian Military History Publications
Ackland, John ( (ed.), 1944, Word from John: an Australian soldier's letters to his friends , Sydney: Cassell
Connolly, Ray ( (ed.), 1985, Medical soldiers: 2/10 Australian Field Ambulance 8 Div. 1940–45 , Kingsgrove: 2/10 Australian Field Ambulance Association
Dennis, Peter (et. al.) (ed.), 1995, The Oxford companion to Australian military history , Melbourne: Oxford University Press
Harding, James (ed.), 1996, It had to B.U.: the life story of 80 Squadron RAAF , Melbourne: Chandos Publishing
HMAS Shropshire Crew (ed.), 1946, "Porthole" being a chronicle of the operations, experiences, and peregrinations of HMAS Shropshire in the Second World War, 1939–1945 , Sydney: John Sands
Hull, Walter (ed.), 1995, Salvos with the forces , Mont Albert: Salvation Army
Lloyd, C. ( (ed.), 1997, Background briefings: John Curtin's war , Canberra: National Library of Australia
Nelson, Hank (ed.), 1996, The war diaries of Eddie Allan Stanton: Papua 1942–45, New Guinea 1945–46 , Sydney: Allen and Unwin
RAAF Historical Section (ed.), 1995, Units of the Royal Australian Air Force: a concise history, 10 vols , Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service
Raxworthy, Richard (ed.), 1993, Soldiering on in Papua New Guinea: 9th Australian Field Ambulance (AIF) 1939–45 , Haymarket: 9th Australian Field Ambulance Committee
Robertson, J. ( (ed.), 1985, Australian war strategy 1939–1945: a documentary history , Brisbane: University of Queensland Press
Semmler, C. (ed.), 1985, The war diaries of Kenneth Slessor: official Australian correspondent 1940–1944 , St Lucia: University of Queensland Press
Semmler, C. (ed.), 1987, The war despatches of Kenneth Slessor , St Lucia: University of Queensland Press
Smith, Adele Shelton (ed.), 1944, The boys write home , Sydney: Consolidated Press
Wetherell, David (ed.), 1981, The New Guinea diaries of Philip Strong 1936–1945 , Melbourne: Macmillan
Willoughby, C.A. (ed.), 1966, Reports of General MacArthur , Washington: United States Army
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Hata, Ikuhiko, 1996, "From consideration to contempt: the changing nature of Japanese military and popular perceptions of prisoners of war through the ages", in Bob Moore and Kent Fedorowich (ed.), Prisoners of war and their captors in World War II , Oxford: Berg, pp.253–276
IMAMURA Hitoshi, 1986, "Imamura Hitoshi Taishô kaisôroku", in A. Reid and O. Akira (ed.), The Japanese experience in Indonesia: selected memoirs of 1942–1945, Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Centre for International Studies, pp.31–77
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Nelson, Hank, 1980, "As Bilong Soldia: the raising of the Papuan Infantry Battalion in 1940", Yagl-Ambu, vol.7 no.1, pp.19–27
Nelson, Hank, 1980, "Hold the good name of the soldier: the discipline of Papuan and New Guinean battalions, 1940–46", Journal of Pacific History, vol.15 no.4, pp.202–216
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HATTORI Takushirô, 1953, Complete history of the Greater East Asia War (available in part in translation on microfilm) , Canberra: Australian War Memorial private record PRMF0063
YOSHIHARA Kane (translated by Doris Heath), 1955, Southern Cross - memories of the war in eastern New Guinea , Canberra: Australian War Memorial manuscript MSS0725
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