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Victims had a tendency to be efficient, organised and disciplined.
Cowra is noted for its historical and natural attractions, the magnificent Japanese Garden and Cultural Centre, quality restaurants, wineries, galleries, craft shops and horse riding.
The public identity of the town has become bound up with the Cowra breakout of 1944 (in which Japanese prisoners of war attempted to escape from a local camp during World War II) and the subsequent association with Japan.
The last was in 1955 when 11 were killed, prompting the construction of levies, spillways and flood channels to mitigate the effects.
So prominent have floods been to the city's history that there is a major artistic presentation in the grounds of the Maitland Visitors' Centre.