Long distance telephone and telegraph installations in Australia during the war 
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This paper was originally published in Telecommunication Journal of Australia, Volume 5, No. 5, 1946.This paper describes the most outstanding and important works associated with long distance telecommunications carried out during the 19391945 period.These installations, together with a large number of smaller works, resulted in an increase of about 25,000 miles of wire for trunk telephone and telegraph use in the Commonwealth for the period 1939-1945. The carrier channel mileage increased over two and a half times and over seven times for trunk telephone and telegraph facilities, respectively. Copyright 2010 G. O. Newtwon. No part of this article may be reproduced by any means without the written consent of the publisher.