Teach me what?

Australia, 1977

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Shows the Army Apprentices School as an institution that trains boys for a career in the Army as tradesmen. Includes a variety of trades open to young men, and shows extra-curricular activities and the opportunity for sport. The story endeavours to humanise the Army and to dispel some preconceptions.
Suitable for upper secondary level.

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Peter Johnson

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