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Pan Macmillan, 2002 - Gallipoli Peninsula (Turkey) - 600 pages
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Examines the experiences of the soldiers of all nationalities who fought at the Gallipoli Peninsula, Turkey, in 1915, during World War I, as well as the men who led them. First published in hardcover in 2001. Recounts the details of the Gallipoli campaign, from the grand military and political strategies to the squalid realities of the front line. Includes maps, illustrations, endnotes, select bibliography and index. Author has been editor of the 'Age', editor-in-chief of the Herald and Weekly Times group, and visiting lecturer in journalism at RMIT University. He received the 1971 Walkley Award and the 1993 Graham Perkin Australian Journalist of the Year Award.

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User Review  - Andy Janes - Goodreads

Pretty good, dragged on a bit in the middle. Went from clinical descriptions to flowery writing back and forth quite a bit. Read full review

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User Review  - Robin Brotchie - Goodreads

On the 8th of August 1915 my Great Grandfather John Brotchie was fighting his way up the Damakjelik Spur on Gallipoli. He was there as a volunteer fighter, part of the 14th Battalion force under the ... Read full review

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