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    Green is also the unit colour used on the WWI colour patch for the 9th L.H.



    Matthew.

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    Thanks Oz, Nice group of Qualification Badges.

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    jack

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    Quote by Ubique View Post
    Green is also the unit colour used on the WWI colour patch for the 9th L.H.

    Matthew.
    Green and yellow were the 9th LH AIF (WW1) colour patch colours.

    Mick

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    Here is a little trip to New Guinea, hope you enjoy
    Best
    Jack


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    Very nice Jack.
    My B----- Computers down at present with a smashed screen so sorry for the lack of replies gents.
    Cheers for all your posts fella's.
    Carry on unrewarded
    Cheers
    Dave

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    Hello Dave, sorry to hear of your technical difficulties at the moment. When everything is working life is great, when not, very frustrating. Thanks to everyone for the thumbs up and comments. Am now listening to Kokoda by Ham on CD while commuting back and forth from work and it motivated me to dig out these New Guinea items. Hang in there Mate.

    Best
    Jack

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    Quote by Thanatos View Post
    Very nice Jack.
    My B----- Computers down at present with a smashed screen so sorry for the lack of replies gents.
    Cheers for all your posts fella's.
    Carry on unrewarded
    Cheers
    Dave
    Hey Dave
    You are better off spilling beer on the gear Mate (as I always tell the techs at work)

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    For sure Rene,Hehehehe
    The little one ran up the hall way with it wanting to play "Little Ponies" when Dad said no and hit the srceen on a door frame. Nice big crack straight up the middle.
    At work and better get off line.
    Later fella's
    Dave

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    Here is a patch that is likely not to be considered WW2, but WW1? In the hopes of keeping it active in this thread here goes. The A is made from what looks to be thin leather. Has anyone seen others similar to this?

    Thanks
    Jack

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    Jack-'A' on the flash in a WW1 context means the individual soldier served at Gallipoli in 1915-an 'original ANZAC'-usually the 'A' was in brass but I suppose other materials could do. I don't know if you have a wider interest in Aust military history but this has a very special significance.

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