On ANZAC Day, 1918, a desperate night counter-attack in the French village of Villers-Bretonneux became one of Australia’s greatest victories. A bond was forged that night between France and Australia that has never been broken.
Villers-Bretonneux is ‘The town that never forgets’. What was achieved that terrible night and what happened after is a story that, Australians should never forget.
Suitable for ages 9 +
Hard cover, illustrated, 32 pages.
As promoted in the Australian War Memorial Education Resources 2014 brochure. Product features a 10% discount, no further reductions apply.
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