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About this product Product Information An Aussie soldier's diary of the first World War - by turns compelling, illuminating, funny, touching and sad - and absolutely unputdownable. Archie Albert Barwick was an enthusiastic young 24 year old when he joined the First AIF in late August - his service number was When he learnt that he'd been accepted into the army, he was so happy he turned two somersaults for pure joy.
He was wounded three times and sent back to the fighting, before finally travelling back home in December His description of the war is by turns down-to-earth, horrifying, illuminating, funny, touching and terribly sad. Yet his voice and personality shine through. Additional Product Features Author s.
Yet his voice and personality shine through. Monash and Chauvel follows the extraordinary campaigns of the two most outstanding battlefield commanders of the First World War across all the Allied armies: John Unfortunately the On the 25th August , Ernest Alfred Hall was born into a pioneering Australian family that lived on a acre property called 'Cloverdale' near the In the wave of devastating German offensives launched in the spring of , it is Operation Michael that has captured most attention, characterised by astonishing By the time of the Armstice, Villers-Bretonneux - once a lively and flourishing French town - had been largely destroyed, and half its population had fled or The brutal German invasion of Belgium and France had gained a large portion of both countries.
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