Gallipoli: Reckless Valour

Nicolas Brasch

They were young men full of practical jokes and hell bent on having a good time. The English commanding officers were in despair. What would become of these larrikins? But when the Australian and New Zealand soldiers landed at Gallipoli on 25 April 1915, they were bold and brave, loyal to their mates and daring in their fighting. Find out how these young men displayed such reckless valour that they wrote themselves into the pages of history, and made 25 April forever remembered as ANZAC Day. Written for middle to upper primary students.

Soft cover, illustrated, timeline, 32 pages.