Green Armor

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Green Armor

By Osmar White
Norton, 1945
288 pp. $3.00

An Anzac correspondent reports vividly and intelligently on the early stages of the war in New Guinea, when only a few Australian troops were on hand to hold the Japanese, with the treacherous aid of the island's tropical jungle -- the "green armor." The last part concerns the American invasion of New Britain.

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