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Reciprocal aid. American soldiers, sailors, and marines, recuperating from wounds and illness on roof of a new 3 million dollae hospital which government of Australia, without cost to the United States has provided for our forces, "somewhere in Australia." Huge red cross identifies building for passing airplanes. Hospital is one of many facilities given the United States by Australia as reciprocal lend-lease

Reciprocal aid. American soldiers, sailors, and marines, recuperating from wounds and illness on roof of a new 3 million dollae hospital which government of Australia, without cost to the United States has provided for our forces, "somewhere in Australia." Huge red cross identifies building for passing airplanes. Hospital is one of many facilities given the United States by Australia as reciprocal lend-lease

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01/01/1940
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United States. Office of War Information.
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Australia Plains-34.10000, 139.13333
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