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Australian tanks Centurion Mk 5/1 Vietnam.

Mk 5 Centurion, Australia's tank during Vietnam War.

After the siege of Tobruk was lifted, Australian soldiers came back to say good bye to their comrades

After the siege of Tobruk was lifted, Australian soldiers came back to say good bye to their comrades

Soldiers of the 3rd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment (3RAR), 1971. ~ Vietnam War

Soldiers of the Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment ~ Vietnam War

World War I in Photos: Technology - Holt gas-electric tank - the first American tank in 1917. The Holt did not get beyond the prototype stage, proving too heavy and inefficient in design.

World War I in Photos: Technology

World War I in Photos: Technology - Holt gas-electric tank - the first American tank in The Holt did not get beyond the prototype stage, proving too heavy and inefficient in design.

First group of Australian Army nurses to arrive in Vietnam, in May 1967. For the next four years, 43 RAANC nurses served in Vung Tau, in groups of six to ten. Photographer unknown - Vietnam, 1967

First group of Australian Army nurses to arrive in Vietnam, in May For the next four years, 43 RAANC nurses served in Vung Tau, in groups of six to ten. Photographer unknown - Vietnam, v

Australian soldier leaving for the Vietnam War. 1968.

A farewell kiss for a soldier embarking for duty in the war in Vietnam, Sydney, Australia, photographer unknown.

Nui Dat, South Vietnam, 1970-5. Australian M113 armoured personnel carriers (APC) preparing to transport soldiers of 2RAR during operation Abbercorn. Donor: I Kuring.

Nui Dat, South Vietnam, Australian armoured personnel carriers (APC) preparing to transport soldiers of during operation Abbercorn. Donor: I Kuring.

Squadrons of the 4th Australian Light Horse Brigade in formation on horseback at Gaza.

Squadrons of the Australian Light Horse Brigade in formation on horseback at Gaza, February 1918 -

WW1 one-man tank used to move wire-cutters close to enemy lines.

one-man tank, used as a decoy to move wire-cutters close to enemy lines.

'Hell's Battlefield: The Australians in New Guinea in World War II' by Phillip Bradley #September2012 #NonFiction #Military

Australians in New Guinea by P. Bradley - Books On War Australia

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