The encyclopaedia of Australia's battles

Chris Clark SHOP:9781742373355

The encyclopaedia of Australia's battles' (reprint) contains concise descriptions of all the major battles that have taken place in Australia or in which Australians have been involved over more than 200 years. It is based on studies of historical records and firsthand accounts, and illustrated with explanatory maps, contemporary drawings and photographs of the fighting in progress, and gives a concise and readable account of the course of the battle and its outcome.

Soft cover, illustrated, 306 pages.

 

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