1. Dr. Thomas Wood [Julian Smith]

Smith, Julian, 1873-1947

[ Photograph : 1935]

At National Library

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  1. DARWIN NT.1944-07-04. THE NOTED ENGLISH AUTHOR AND MUSICIAN, DR THOMAS WOOD, POSES WITH RAN PERSONNEL DURING A VISIT TO THE DARWIN NAVAL ESTABLISHMENT. (NAVAL HISTORICAL COLLECTION)

Keywords: Music; Second World War, 1939-1945; Royal Australian Navy

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  1. DARWIN NT.1944-07-04. THE NOTED ENGLISH AUTHOR AND MUSICIAN, DR THOMAS WOOD WITH MR MALCOLM UREN, A WEST AUSTRALIAN JOURNALIST, DURING A VISIT TO THE DARWIN NAVAL ESTABLISHMENT. (NAVAL HISTORICAL ..

Keywords: Music; Second World War, 1939-1945; Royal Australian Navy

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  1. Hughes, NT. c. July 1944. Dr Thomas Wood, author of the book "Cobbers", leaving the adjutant's office of No. 2 (Mitchell) Squadron RAAF for an inspection of RAAF units. Left to right: J. ..

Keywords: Australia: Northern Territory, Hughes Airstrip (NT); Second World War, 1939-1945; 2 Squadron RAAF

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  1. London, England. 1943-03-25. In the fortnightly "Cobbers' Club" programme, broadcast in the BBC Pacific Service, Dr Thomas Wood acts as chairman of the informal discussions between the members of ..

Keywords: Radio broadcasting; Forestry units; British Broadcasting Corporation

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  1. London, England. 1943-03-25. In the fortnightly "Cobbers' Club" programme, broadcast in the BBC Pacific Service, Dr Thomas Wood acts as chairman of the informal discussions between the members of ..

Keywords: Radio broadcasting; British Broadcasting Corporation; Headquarters units

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  1. Coomalie Creek, NT. c. July 1944. Officers of No. 31 (Beaufighter) Squadron RAAF greet Dr Thomas Wood, author of the book "Cobbers", and Mr Malcolm Uren on their arrival at their base in the NT. ..

Keywords: Group portraits; Second World War, 1939-1945; 31 Squadron RAAF

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  1. Coomalie Creek, NT. c. July 1944. Dr Thomas Wood, author of the book "Cobbers", discussing a mosaic of aerial photographs with members of No. 1 Photographic Reconnaissance Unit RAAF. Left to ..

Keywords: Aerial photographs; Aerial photography; Second World War, 1939-1945

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  1. Gove, NT. c. July 1944. Dr Thomas Wood, author of the book "Cobbers", sits in the Officers Mess with senior members of No. 1 Airfield Construction Squadron RAAF in the North-West Area, enjoying a ..

Keywords: Gove (NT); Second World War, 1939-1945; Messes

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  1. Hughes, NT. c. July 1944. Two RAAF members at a North West base talking to Dr Thomas Wood, author of the book "Cobbers". Left to right: Squadron Leader J. Lee of Wagga, NSW and of No. 2 ..

Keywords: Australia: Northern Territory; Second World War, 1939-1945; Royal Australian Air Force

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  1. Winnellie, NT. c. July 1944. Dr Thomas Wood, author of the book "Cobbers", relaxing and enjoying a beer with members of the stand-by crews of No. 54 (Spitfire) Squadron RAF. Left to right: Flight ..

Keywords: Second World War, 1939-1945; Supermarine Spitfire; 54 Squadron RAF

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  1. Gove, NT. c. July 1944. Dr Thomas Wood, author of the book "Cobbers", stands at the saluting base as members of No. 1 Airfield Construction Squadron RAAF march past prior to their departure for ..

Keywords: Australia: Northern Territory; Second World War, 1939-1945; Airfield construction squadrons

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  1. Gove, NT. c. July 1944. Dr Thomas Wood, author of the book "Cobbers", stands beside a jeep having a cup of tea during his inspection tour of work done by No. 1 Airfield Construction Squadron RAAF ..

Keywords: Jeeps; Airfield construction squadrons; Inspections

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  1. Hughes, NT. c. July 1944. Dr Thomas Wood, author of the book "Cobbers", talks to the crew of a North American B-25 Mitchell bomber aircraft of No. 2 Squadron RAAF who flew him to a North-West ..

Keywords: Nose art; Second World War, 1939-1945; Royal Australian Air Force

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  1. Lae, New Guinea. c. 1944-07-25. Dr Thomas Wood (1), author of the book "Cobbers" giving a lecture to members of the Writer's Club in the Australian Army Education Service Hut at HQ, New Guinea ..

Keywords: Group portraits; Headquarters units; Papua New Guinea: New Guinea, Huon Peninsula, Lae

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  1. Lae, New Guinea. c. 1944-07-25. Lieutenant General S. G. Savige, General Officer Commanding 2 Corps (1), introducing Dr Thomas Wood, author of the book "Cobbers", to members of the Writer's Club ..

Keywords: Group portraits; Lae; Headquarters units

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  1. Hughes, NT. c. July 1944. Dr Thomas Wood (right), author of the book "Cobbers" sits behind the controls of a Link Trainer at a RAAF North-West Area base as Squadron Leader J. Lee of Wagga, NSW ..

Keywords: Australia: Northern Territory; Second World War, 1939-1945; Royal Australian Air Force

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  1. Hughes, NT. c. July 1944. Squadron Leader J. Lee of Wagga, NSW and of No. 2 (Mitchell) Squadron RAAF (right) explaining the details of bomb releasing mechanism, to Dr Thomas Wood (centre), author ..

Keywords: Hughes Airstrip (NT); Second World War, 1939-1945; 2 Squadron RAAF

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Coomalie Creek, NT. c. July 1944. Dr Thomas Wood, author of the book "Cobbers" in the cockpit of a Bristol Beaufighter aircraft LS Apoppin of No. 31 Squadron RAAF on his tour of North West bases

Keywords: Second World War, 1939-1945; Royal Australian Air Force; Northern Territory

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DARWIN NT. 1944-07-04. THE NOTED ENGLISH AUTHOR AND MUSICIAN, DR THOMAS WOOD, ON THE BRIDGE OF HMA MOTOR LAUNCH ML429 DURING A VISIT TO THE DARWIN NAVAL ESTABLISHMENT. (NAVAL HISTORICAL COLLECTION)

Keywords: Music; Launches; Second World War, 1939-1945

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