Edited by Kevin Fewster
The diaries of Australia's official war correspondent. It is likely that C.E.W. Bean saw more of the Anzacs in battle on Gallipoli than any other person. Bean dared to go ashore at the first landings on 25 April 1915 and stayed amongst the troops in the dust and mud filling his diaries with notes and sketches. Despite his wounds he continued a remarkable personal account until the evacuation some eight months later. This is a new edition of 'Frontline Gallipoli'. It contains extracts from Bean's diaries, new commentary by Kevin Fewster and over 80 photographs, most of which were taken by Bean at Gallipoli.
Soft cover, photographs, 292 pages.