Salamaua
geographical name town Papua New Guinea on Huon Gulf

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  • Salamaua — Infobox PNG Place type = village name = Salamaua province = mor llg = dot x = 96 dot y = 90 caption = Salamaua isthmus pop = lang = langarea = Kela elevation = coor = coord|7|02|S|147|04|E|region:PG type:city maxtemp = mintemp = rainfall = dist1 …   Wikipedia

  • Salamaua–Lae campaign — Salamaua Lae campaign Part of World War II, Pacific War A U.S. Army Air Forces B 24 Liberator bomber, flying over explosions on …   Wikipedia

  • Salamaua-Lae campaign — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Salamaua Lae campaign partof=World War II, Pacific War caption=A U.S. Army Air Forces B 24 Liberator bomber, flying over explosions on the Salamaua Peninsula, where the port is located. date=April 22 September… …   Wikipedia

  • Invasion of Lae-Salamaua — Part of the Pacific Theater of World War II …   Wikipedia

  • USS Salamaua (CVE-96) — was an Casablanca class escort carrier of the United States Navy. She was originally named Anguilla Bay (ACV 96). It was reclassified CVE 96 on 15 July 1943; renamed Salamaua on 6 November 1943; laid down under Maritime Commission contract (MC… …   Wikipedia

  • USS Salamaua — Geschichte Bestellung 1942 Kiellegung 4. Februar 1944 Stapellauf 2. April 1944 Indienststellung 26. Mai 1944 Außerdienststellung 9. Mai 1946 Verbleib …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • USS Salamaua (CVE-96) — Geschichte Bestellung 1942 Kiellegung 4. Februar 1944 Stapellauf 2. April 1944 Indienststellung 26. Mai 1944 Außerdienststellung 9. Mai 1946 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • HMAS Salamaua (L 131) — was a Balikpapan class landing craft heavy of the Royal Australian Navy (RAN). Salamaua was built by Walkers Limited at Maryborough, Queensland. She was launched on 27 July 1972, and commissioned into the RAN on 19 October 1973. Salamaua was… …   Wikipedia

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