|Book: MURDER AT GALLIPOLI - Battle of Gallipoli by David Wilson
"Murder at Gallipoli" relates the strategy and action of the Battle of Gallipoli with an account of the work of the Field Ambulance. It points out the weaknesses of the campaign and questions if the war should ever have taken place and why lessons had not been learned from previous similar campaigns. It also examines the conduct of the Generals.
|Book: Daring Masquerade by Margaret Tanner
By the time Ross Calvert discovers Harry Martin is in fact Harriet Martin she has fallen in love with him. Realizing she has failed in her final effort to protect her shell-shocked brother, she puts a desperate proposition to Ross. Marry her and she will give him an heir. Ross accepts, even though he is still tormented by the betrayal of his former fiancee Virginia. On his honeymoon he meets [...]
|Book: The Family that went to War by Gordon Smith
In1914 Australia joined England and declared war on Germany and it's allies. In the small New South Wales town of Cootamundra 6 young Australians, all from the same family, individually joined the fight. This saga follows their journeys through Gallipoli and the Western Front. The saga also covers time in Egypt, England and France away from the fighting. This is a story of a family and how it was [...]
|Book: THE GREAT WAR - FIELDS OF BLOOD - ACTION ON THE WESTERN FRONT by David Wilson
The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne, on 28th June 1914 in Sarajevo and the diplomatic crisis that ensued triggered the events that led to the First World War. In this book I have tried to collate from old writings a selection of the major battles that took place on the Western Front, including The Battle of The Somme, The Battle of Marne, The Battle [...]
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