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UNITS of the SIEGE - Who Was There ?

SKU SODROTA0060
AU$20.00
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This A2 sized Map and chart of units involved at Tobruk is based on the Australian War Memorials Research No 577, dated 20 January 1958.

The source of information is :

Australian War Memorial, [Honours and Rewards - General:] Periodical Awards, March-July 1941, for inclusion in final despatch of General Sir Archibald Wavell, Appendix "A" Order of Battle, A Strength State Tobruk Fortress, 9th April 1941 - 15th August 1941, AWM54 391/1/6

This list is considered the most accurate document of who was there during the 1941 Siege.

A2 size is 42.0 x 59.4cm or 16.53 x 23.39 inches


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This website and the information it contains would not be possible without the work of our many researchers behind the scenes, descendants and friends of the Rats. Special mention to Owen Carlton and Roger Murphy who have tirelessly worked for years verifying and documenting the Rats roll, our descendant Ray Windlow for his on-going work creating the tributes and store products for the Association, and others too many to mention who work towards keeping this story alive for the benefit of future generations. Much of the information reproduced has been sourced from the Australian War Memorial records, Battalion records, private memoirs, NAA and DVA service records and online documentation on events, places and people. All attempts possible have been made to verify its correctness and that due credit is acknowledged where known to the source. 

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