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Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 Clarrie Combo, Mrs Brown and Aboriginal Soldiers in WW2
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'During the second world war, a young Aboriginal soldier, Private Clarrie Combo from New South Wales, exchanged mail with Mrs F. C. Brown from Loxton, South Australia — a white woman whom he had never met.' (Introduction)

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