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Book 4 - WORLD WAR II : DECEMBER 1941 - RECOVERY 1948

The story of mail carried on the Empire and Horseshoe Routes during WWII and the re-establishment of services with Britain at the end of the war. These books include a detailed history of the involvement of Australian military personnel in the war and the carriage of mail to and from them. There is much more to the story than the airmail concession available to Australian servicemen. Much of the story is about the difficulty of getting the mail from front line areas to the airline terminal – frequently it is a land, sea/air service.

 

Book 4 - WORLD WAR II : DECEMBER 1941 - RECOVERY 1948

SKU: 0004
$195.00Price
Expected October 2023
    • HORSESHOE ROUTE and ITS CLOSURE
    • CATALINAS ACROSS THE PACIFIC
    • MAIL AFTER CLOSURE OF HORSESHOE ROUTE
    • SINGAPORE AND MALAYA
    • QEA TRANS-INDIAN OCEAN
    • POW AIRMAIL
    • FOREIGN SERVICES IN AUSTRALIA
    • RAAF IN ENGLAND, INDIA, CEYLON
    • AIR CEYLON – AUSTRALIA/COLOMBO
    • APPENDIX
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