The Great War
In the tradition of Gallipoli, Les Carlyon's second masterpiece gives the same treatment to the Anzacs who fought on the Western Front from 1916 to 1918. It combines a brilliant overview of this immense conflict with telling detail, stories, letters and diaries that breathe life into those terrible battles of 90 years ago.
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Review: The Great WarUser Review - Sarah - Goodreads
"We are lousy, stinking, ragged, unshaven, sleepless. Even when we're back a bit we can't sleep for our own guns. I have one puttee, a dead man's helmet, another dead man's gas protector, a dead man's ... Read full review
Review: The Great WarUser Review - Kathryn - Goodreads
I found this book to be most informative - especially for someone who has little to no knowledge of WWI. I highly recommend it to anyone wanting to learn about Australia's involvement in the Western Front. Read full review