There and back with a dinkum

W R G Colman, edited by Claire Woods and Paul Skrebels SHOP:9781925003604

The remarkable account of Russell Colman, a young student who enlisted and served in the 27th Battalion during the First World War. After sitting in the archives of the Australian War Memorial for the past 80 years, Colman's words now come to life, and tell what it means to be a civilian in a soldier's world.

Soft cover, photographs, 312 pages

 

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