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COLUMNS OF SMOKE RISING FROM THE SERIA OIL WELLS, which were set alight by the Japanese during the pre-invasion bombardment at Brunei, in Labuan Island, North Borneo. The smoke rose to 7000 feet ana flames were visible for ten miles during the day. A patrol boat is seen off Seria during the Allied invasion operations. , —Australian Official Photograph.

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COLUMNS OF SMOKE RISING FROM THE SERIA OIL WELLS, which were set alight by the Japanese during the pre-invasion bombardment at Brunei, in Labuan Island, North Borneo. The smoke rose to 7000 feet ana flames were visible for ten miles during the day. A patrol boat is seen off Seria during the Allied invasion operations. , —Australian Official Photograph., Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 168, 18 July 1945

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COLUMNS OF SMOKE RISING FROM THE SERIA OIL WELLS, which were set alight by the Japanese during the pre-invasion bombardment at Brunei, in Labuan Island, North Borneo. The smoke rose to 7000 feet ana flames were visible for ten miles during the day. A patrol boat is seen off Seria during the Allied invasion operations. , —Australian Official Photograph. Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 168, 18 July 1945

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