Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 18 No 5

SUPPLIES BY PRIMITIVE TRANSPORT Natives of New Guinea carrying on their shoulders supplies destined for allied troops in the interior of the island during the Japanese effort to capture Port Moresby. Each of the natives carries about 401b. of food and military supplies. MOVING THROUGH THE JUNGLE Some of the Australian troops which outset from Port Moresby to halt and push back the Japanese forces which were cautiously advancing through the valleys of the Owen Stanley Mountains, running west to east through Papua. <J»]
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