A Year to Remember 1931

Australia, 1965

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This unique collection of film brings together all the drama, the fun, the people, the sport and the lifestyles which made up Australia’s history from 1931 through to 1956. The Depression - Horses bringing in the wheat Jack Lang, NSW Premier - Disappearance of the Southern Cloud - Sir Douglas Mawson welcomed back - Attempt to split the atom - Building of Sydney Harbour Bridge - Earthquake scenes at Hawkes Bay NZ - Dame Nellie Melba’s funeral - Sir Malcolm Campbell in the Bluebird … and much more. Rated: G

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