John Masefield

A classic that was first written and published in 1916  when the horror of Gallipoli was fresh in people’s minds, this book places the reader squarely in the trenches and in the minds of the military strategists.

John Masefield, a respected English poet and award-winning author, was one of the first writers to discuss the events that made ANZAC soldiers famous all over the world.
One of the classic battles of World War I involved the ANZACs landing troops on a narrow inlet of the Aegean Sea against well-entrenched Turkish forces.

Soft cover, illustrations, 191 pages