Members of the Australian Women's Land Army are put through a training drill in…

Members of the Australian Women's Land Army are put through a training drill in Atherton in north Queensland during World War II ~

Troops of the 2/7th Infantry Battalion in the carriages and on the station platform waiting for the south-bound leave train to start.  Innisfail, North Queensland, Australia. 12th of October 1943.

Troops of the Infantry Battalion in the carriages and on the station platform waiting for the south-bound leave train to start. of October

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This is Lieutenant Charles Falletta's fighter, one of six forced down by a storm at Cape York, Australia. He survived, but one other pilot cartwheeled in and was killed.

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Slouch hats worn by members of the Armoured Corps are adorned with Emu plumes, a tradition that originated with the Queensland Mounted Infantry during the great shearers’ strike in Queensland in 1891. During this time, the Queensland Mounted Infantry were called out, as soldiers to aid the Civil Power.

Slouch hats worn by members of the Armoured Corps are adorned with Emu plumes, a tradition that originated with the Queensland Mounted Infantry during the great shearers’ strike in Queensland in 1891. During this time, the Queensland Mounted Infantry were called out, as soldiers to aid the Civil Power.

Taking a rest away from the war at a camp in North Queensland, 1943

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