Two wartime Bougainville coastwatchers . . . Paul Mason and Dovai
Envelope: PHOTOS FOR USE IN "Boug: a personal history and Black Islanders"; Note on back: "Two wartime Bougainville Coastwatchers were delighted to meet again at an annual Anzac Day ceremony at Kieta recently. The two were Paul Mason of Inus Plantation and Dovai of Mangotoro village, near Arawa Township. Both men went bush when the Japanese invaded Bougainville in 1942 and from their jungle hideouts, were able to rdio vital information about the enemy's strength's to the Allies of Townsville, Australia."
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Photos for use in Boug (Photocopy Notes Inside) (DO 0937-DO 0968)