Return to Gallipoli: walking the battlefields of the Great War

Bruce Scates SHOP:0521681510

Every year tens of thousands of Australians make their pilgrimages to Gallipoli, France and other battlefields of the First World War. This book gives voice to the history, retreiving bitter-sweet testimony through interviews, surveys and archival record. This deeply moving book explains why the Anzac legend still captivates Australians.

Soft cover, illustrated, 280 pages.

 

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