Scurry - the Man Who Got Them Safely Off Gallipoli

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J D Publishing, Feb 19, 2017 - World War, 1914-1918 - 356 pages
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"On December 8th, 1915 there were 38,500 Australian troops occupying trenches on Gallipoli, facing a larger Turkish force of some 80,000. Twelve days later they had all been evacuated from the Peninsula without any loss and without the enemy knowing...How they did this was helped in no small way by an ingenious invention created by twenty year old Lance-Corporal Bill Scurry, a self-firing rifle with a primitive timer that would convince the Turkish soldiers that the Anzacs were still in their trenches shooting at them when in fact they had long gone." back cover.

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