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Matthew Flenders Borari - Oral History interview recorded on 24 May 2014 at Beama, Northern Province, PNG

Mr Matthew Flenders Borari tells the story of his uncle Gomba who was a member of the Papuan Infantry Battalion. He also speaks of his father and mother and how his mother had to protect him by constantly moving to get away from the bombing during the War. PNG Voices from the War is supported through the Papua New Guinea-Australia Decentralisation and Citizen Participation Partnership. The content is owned by the PNG National Museum and Art Gallery, and hosted by Deakin University. Visit the Voices from the War website - http://pngvoic...
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Papua New Guinea National Museum and Art Gallery
Orore, Barnabas
Deakin University
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