The Second Great War No. 51

FINE WORK B Y AUSTRAL IAN ANTI-TANK GUNNER SIN MALAY A Photo, Kvystont Trees were felled to block the path of Japanese tanks, and the enemy was met with concentrated fire by anti-tank guns of the A .I.F .,which knocked out a quantity of his armour. In the foreground two of the crew of a Japanese tank lie dead beside their wrecked machine. Other photographs of the Australians inaction are in page 2040. Two Australian brigades were among the British and Imperial troops holding Malaya.
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