Through Aussie Eyes: Photographs of the Australian Defence Force in Somalia 1993

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    First Edition.

    In January 1993, the Australian Defence Force deployed its largest combat formation overseas since the Vietnam War. For four months the Australians secured the Baidoa Humanitarian Relief Sector in Somalia, ensuring the safety of civilians and the delivery of food and medical aid under conditions of famine and civil war. At once a written and visual history, this remarkable book takes readers from deployment to departure, depicting the harshness of conditions and, over time, the slow return of a people’s confidence.

    Very minor foxing to top edge. Minor wear to jacket edges, minor foxing to jacket verso. Near Fine Condition.

    $190.00 AUD

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    Gary Ramage; Bob Breen: Through Aussie Eyes: Photographs of the Australian Defence Force in Somalia 1993
    Department of Defence, Canberra, 1994. First Edition. Binding: Hardcover. Book Condition: Near Fine Condition. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Size: 35cm x 25cm. 150 pages. Very minor foxing to top edge. Minor wear to jacket edges, minor foxing to jacket verso. In January 1993, the Australian Defence Force deployed its largest combat formation overseas since the Vietnam War. For four months the Australians secured the Baidoa Humanitarian Relief Sector in Somalia, ensuring the safety of civilians and the delivery of food and medical aid under conditions of famine and civil war. At once a written and visual history, this remarkable book takes readers from deployment to departure, depicting the harshness of conditions and, over time, the slow return of a people’s confidence. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1.4 kilos. ISBN: 0642200971. ISBN/EAN: 9780642200976. Inventory No: 0001088.
    PRICE: $AU 190

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