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Issue Details: First known date: 1957... 1957 An Inscription for Dog River
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  • Author note: In 1942 General Sir Thomas Blamey had an inscription cut to celebrate the capture of Damour [in Syria] by Australian troops under his command.

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Alternative title: Prasasti untuk Sungai Dog
First line of verse: "Our general was the greatest and bravest of generals.=Jenderal kamilah yang paling agung dan berani dari semua jenderal"

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