|Subject:||World War II|
|Producer:||Jack S Allan|
|Description:||Follows eight Australian soldiers on patrol in New Guinea during World War Two. It introduces the viewer to the daily experiences of these soldiers, from their initial deployment from Port Moresby on board a plane called the Honeymoon Express to the problems presented by rain, jungles and steep terrain as they march from the Ramu Valley to the outpost of Shaggy Ridge in the Finisterre Range. Photographed by the Commonwealth Film Unit, most of the film was made in forward battle areas, some of it under fire.|
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