Diggers in France - Australian Soldiers on the Western Front

Richard Travers

Australia maintained an army of around 150,000 men and women in France and Belgium during the First World War. Richard Travers combines letters, diaries, and autobiographies to bring an authentic voice from young diggers serving on the Western Front. Travers graphically describes battle in the front line, and diggers' lives away from the front.

Soft cover, photographs, 406 pages.