Australian heroes of revolutionary China.
Shanghai is a city defined by war. The city and its armed struggles were central to the relationship between China and Australia from the fall of the Manchu’s in 1912 to the Communist victory in 1949. The third in Peter Thompson’s Fury Trilogy, Shanghai Fury was published for the 100th anniversary of the 1911 Chinese Revolution. It combines personal memoirs with combat action and examines one of the significant periods of the 20th Century.
Hard coiver, photographs, 532 pages.
The Fury Trilogy is completed by Pacific Fury: How Australia and her allies defended the Japanese scourge and ANZAC Fury: the bloody battle of Crete 1941.