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ANGELS OF WAR

Australia, 1981 (MIFF 1982)

Director: Andrew Pike, Hank Nelson, Gavan Daws

A documentary about the experiences of the people of Papua New Guinea during World War 2. The film uses archival footage from Australian, Japanese and American sources, plus new footage filmed in Papua New Guinea in 1980-81.

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