What were the key parts of the Shaggy Ridge Campaign?

Trevor
02/08/2017 10:29

Shaggy Ridge was a 6.5-kilometre (4.0 mi) long spur dotted by several rocky outcrops, which the Australians dubbed "Green Pinnacle", "The Pimple", "Green Sniper's Pimple" and "McCaughey's Knoll".  Further along was the Kankiryo Saddle .  Where is the Kankiryo Saddle

Grant, Lachlan (2014). "Operations in the Markham and Ramu Valleys". In Dean, Peter. Australia 1943: The Liberation of New Guinea. London: Cambridge University Press. pp. 233–254. ISBN 978-1-10747-088-0. 

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