ANZAC Fury: the bloody battle of Crete 1941

Peter Thompson

ANZAC fury dramatically combines personal memories with combat action, giving voice to Australians and New Zealanders who found themselves fighting a merciless foe in the battle of Crete. In particular, the narrative follows three soldiers, from the Western Desert, through the battles of Greece and Crete, to captivity as prisoners of war. ANZAC fury is a companion volume to the highly acclaimed Pacific fury.

Soft cover, photographs, 506 pages.