Return to Gallipoli: walking the battlefields of the Great War

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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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