Soldier Boy

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This is the compelling true story of Jim Martin, the youngest ANZAC soldier. Jim enlisted at the age of 14 years and 3 months, only to die 6 months later - not as the result of battle but of typhoid contracted in the horrific conditions in the trenches.

Soft cover, 171 pages.

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