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The conditions were really tough for both the Japanese and the Australian army. That had to climb through thick, waist deep mud, climb high mountains, walk through razor sharp kunai grass and walk along the narrow dirt tracks. The fought day and night putting up with the cold wet rainfall especially the cold nights.

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Were any of the Australian soldiers experienced fighters on the Kokoda track?

The men of the Australian Army were veterans of fighting in the New Guinea Campaign.


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When did the Australian soldiers started walking kokoda?

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