Wartime Magazine Issue 63

July 2013 SHOP:1328272763

Through enemy eyes:

  • Spirit of BUSHIDŌ by Haruki Yoshida. The Japanese were impressed by the Australians at Kokoda.
  • Bullecourt, day of disaster by Jack Sheldon. The assault seen from the German side of the wire.
  • Kursk: prelude to defeat by David Stahel. A new look at the great tank battle in Russia.
  • Jai Hind! And Banzai! By Peter Stanley. Indian soldiers fought on both sides of the Pacific War.
  • They called them “Hellships” by Lachlan Grant. Prisoners at sea faced an uncertain fate.
  • Bringing him home by Elizabeth Rechniewski. The return of an Aboriginal digger from the Kokoda Trail.
  • First in, last out by Ashley Ekins and Juliet Schyvens. Australia’s team went the distance in Vietnam.
  • Not falling short by Paul Stevens. The artillery at Fromelles faced formidable difficulties.
  • From artillery to art by Clinton Johnston. Artillery signaller George Benson became an official war artist.
  • Taken by the Turks by Kate Walton. An Australian airman experienced the privileges and pitfalls of rank in captivity.
  • Racing into the guns by James Hurst. Tracking the fate of two lads from Western Australia.
  • The truth about furphies by Emma Campbell.

Plus regular features, including book reviews, letters, and Memorial news. Magazine, illustrated throughout, 73 pages.

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