The Anzacs by Patsy Adam-Smith

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Published by H. Hamilton in London .

Written in English

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Places:

  • Great Britain.

Subjects:

  • Great Britain. Army. Australian and New Zealand Army Corps -- History.,
  • World War, 1914-1918 -- Regimental histories -- Great Britain.

Edition Notes

Book details

Statement[by] Patsy Adam-Smith.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsD547.A8 S53 1978
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 372 p. :
Number of Pages372
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4173639M
ISBN 100241100755
LC Control Number80451106
OCLC/WorldCa6090011

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The Other Anzacs by Peter Rees offers the reader the chance to delve into the lives of those mostly forgotten heroes of the First Australian Imperial Force (AIF). This is the story of those forgotten heroines; the nurses from Australia and New Zealand who volunteered to follow our soldiers into the Great War and provide nursing support under some of the harshest conditions imaginable/5.

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Although it has some new material on the Turkish side, by and large this Gallipoli is the familiar Australian version and, as such, inferior to Carlyon’s excellent book.

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The Black Anzacs Book On 6 June a group of soldiers predominantly from the 26 th Battalion and the 28 th Battalion undertook the first ever offensive action of the Australians on the Western Front. The action took the form of a raid into the German trenches at Armentieres.

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W.G. Skelton, NZEF: References - Books Following are some of the sources drawn upon for the information contained in the database of Anzac soldiers who died at, or as the result of their service on, the Gallipoli Peninsula in The British Government ordered an evacuation.

By day, the Anzacs kept up their attacks with more Anzacs observed to be landing - by night the force was withdrawn, broken only by sporadic rifle and gunfire. On 20 Decemberthe Anzac retreat was complete, unnoticed by the Turks who continued to bombard the Anzacs' empty trenches.

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This ANZAC Day book follows the lives and enduring friendships of two mates who travel to Gallipoli as members of the Australian Light Horse to fight as ANZACs. Through battlefields, injury and death they return home and although changed their friendship remains.

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