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Australias Owen Gun

A casual observer of World War II photographs after 1943 will often notice slouch hat- or beret-wearing Australian diggers, or armed Melanesian natives in the Australian Constabulary battalions, slogging through the muck and jungle of New Guinea, Bougainville, New Britain, and Borneo carrying a rather odd-looking weapon with a vertical top-mounting magazine.