A Rose For The ANZAC Boys

Jackie French SHOP:9780732285401
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It is 1915. Desperate to do their bit, Midge and her friends Ethel and Anne start a canteen in France, caring for the endless flow of wounded soldiers returning from the front. Midge, recruited by the ambulance service, is thrust into the carnage of the Western Front. Exhaustively researched, this novel is dedicated to the women who volunteered and served during the First World War.

Soft cover, 294 pages.

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