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WARRIOR 155: ANZAC INFANTRYMAN 1914-15. FROM NEW GUINEA TO GALLIPOLI

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FORTY-FIRST: BEING A RECORD OF THE 41ST AIF DURING TH GREAT WAR

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Naval Military Press 2010 Paperback 157 pages ills.
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For Australia the First World War remains the most costly conflict in terms of deaths and casualties. From a population of fewer than five million 416809 men enlisted of which over 60000 were killed and 156000 wounded gassed or taken prisoner. In general terms with Australian unit histories the quality of authorship is very good most of them share the common strength of making plentiful mention of the individual officers and men who served fought died was wounded or taken prisoner or who came safely home at the end of it all. They are a prime source for genealogists and military historians.

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Author Members of the Intelligence Staff
Publisher Naval Military Press
ISBN 9781845748593
Date of Publication 2010
Edition Reprint of 1920 Original Edition
Binding Paperback
Book Size N/A
Number of pages 157
Images ills
Language English Text
SKU MBN14671

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