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Second Twenty-fourth Australian Infantry Battalion of the 9th Australian Division

R. P. Serle

Second Twenty-fourth Australian Infantry Battalion of the 9th Australian Division

a history.

by R. P. Serle

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Published by Jacaranda Press in [Brisbane] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Australia.
    • Subjects:
    • Australia. Australian Army. Infantry Battalion, 2/24th.,
    • World War, 1939-1945 -- Regimental histories -- Australia.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementEdited by R.P. Serle. With a foreward by R.W. Tovell.
      Contributions2/24th i.e. Second Twenty-fourth Australian Infantry Battalion Association.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsD767.8 .S47
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 378 p.
      Number of Pages378
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6000963M
      LC Control Number66039127
      OCLC/WorldCa12043822

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      The 4th Infantry Battalion was designated the "Australian Rifles", a regiment that had existed in various forms since , with the 4th being raised in the s. In the 4th merged with the 3rd Infantry Battalion to form the 4th/3rd Infantry Battalion. In the battalion was separated and the 4th again stood independently. The 9th Infantry Division ("Old Reliables") is an inactive infantry division of the United States was created as the 9th Division during World War I, but never deployed later years, it would become an important unit of the U.S. Army during World War II and the Vietnam was also activated as a peacetime readiness unit from to at Fort Dix, New Jersey, and Fort.

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Brisbane: Jacaranda Press. MLA Citation. Serle, R. The Second twenty-fourth: Australian Infantry Battalion of the 9th Australian Division: a history / edited by R.P. Serle ; with foreword by R.W. Tovell Jacaranda Press Brisbane Description. Title: The Second Twenty-Fourth Australian Infantry Battalion of the 9th Australian Division – A History Author: Serle, R.P.

Condition: Very Good Edition: 1st Edition Publication Date: ISBN: N/A Cover: Hard Cover missing Dust Jacket – pages Comments: The history of the 2/24th Infantry end paper marked with former owner’s personal stamp. The 9th Division was the fourth AIF division raised, being formed in the United Kingdom in late Initially it consisted of only two infantry brigades which had been formed in Australia and dispatched to Britain in order to defend against a possible invasion following the Fall of France—the 18th and 25th Brigades—under the command of Major General Henry : Second Australian Imperial Force.

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The 2/24th Battalion was an infantry battalion of the Australian Army, which served during World War II. Monotti, F R, Tanks and infantry: the story of B Company, 2/24th Infantry Battalion, 9th Australian Division, at Po Tel el Eisa, July, (Australia: F. Monotti, ) Serle, R P, The Second twenty-fourth: Australian Infantry Battalion of the 9th Australian Division: a history; with a foreword by R.W.

Tovell (Brisbane. The 2/9th, the first Queensland battalion of the Second AIF, assembled for the first time at Redbank Camp in Brisbane on 13 November It became part of the 18th Brigade of the 6th Australian Division.

After training at Redbank, and at Rutherford and Ingleburn in New South Wales, the 2/9th. Share, Pat. & 2/23rd Australian Infantry Battalion Association.Mud and blood: Albury's own, Second twenty third Australian Infantry Battalion ninth Australian Division / edited by Pat Share ; with a foreword by D.A.

Whitehead Heritage Book Publications in association with the 2/23 Australian Infantry Battalion Association Frankston, Vic. The 2nd Battalion was an infantry battalion of the Australian was initially raised for service during the First World War as part the Australian Imperial Force and saw action at Gallipoli before being sent to the Western Front in mid, where it spent the next two-and-a-half years taking part in the fighting in the trenches of France and Belgium.

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Departing Australia in earlythe 2/6th were deployed to the Middle East where in. This war book is the 9th Battalion History of the Second AIF. Formed in November the 2/9th was the first battalion raised in Queensland and it fought in Giarabub and Tobruk in North Africa, Milne Bay, Cape Endaiadere and Sanananda in Papua, on Shaggy Ridge in New Guinea and at Balikpapan.

The author and publisher served in this unit. It is a detailed and up close and personal account of their activities from the Middle East to Asia. For me getting the book was the exciting part, hope it's a short story: I was camping about Europe and met a Aussie girl about my age, we traveled about a bit.

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