The Bush Soldiers

The Bush Soldiers is a 1984 alternate history novel by New Zealand-born author John Hooker, set in Australia in 1943. During the Second World War, the Japanese have successfully conquered and occupied most of the coastal fringe of the country. Five Allied soldiers attempt to make a last decisive act of rebellion against the occupying forces and then escape into the harsh Australian interior.

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