Gallipoli, 1915 provides a highly visual view of the Gallipoli campaign, showing aspects that are less familiar to us such as the rigours of everyday life. It features photographs and art works, most of which have not been widely seen, with commentary by one of our leading military historians. It provides a vivid, dramatic and moving record of how the soldiers got on with life and death in the strange circumstances in which they found themselves. It shows how events were represented back in Australia and how those months at Gallipoli fuelled the public imagination and were enshrined in the public memory.
Publisher: ABC Books
Date Published: 2008
Book Condition: Near fine hardcover in like dust jacket with minimal edge wear
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