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File:StateLibQld 1 126407 R.A.A.F. recruits marching along Queen Street, Brisbane, during World War II.jpg


English: R.A.A.F. recruits marching along Queen Street, Brisbane, during World War II. R.A.A.F. recruits marching through the city before entraining for the South. R.A.A.F. ground staff. 8 August 1940. (Description supplied with photograph). Buildings on the right include the General Post Office (with clock in front) and the National Mutual building. The Courier-mail building is on the left side of Queen Street.
Date 8 August 1940
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