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A Brief Outline of the Campaign in Mesopotamia 1914-18

A Brief Outline of the Campaign in Mesopotamia 1914-18
A Brief Outline of the Campaign in Mesopotamia 1914-18
A Brief Outline of the Campaign in Mesopotamia 1914-18 BY LT-COL. R. EVANS, M.C., P.S.C - 1930. 135 pages. A contemporary review of this complex campaign. To order the ebook and download (17.7 MB) click on the Add to Cart button.
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A Kut Prisoner

A Kut Prisoner
A Kut Prisoner
The experience and individual fortune of a subaltern of the Indian Army Reserve of Officers who had his first taste of fighting at the battle of Ctesiphon, and was afterwards taken prisoner by the Turks with the rest of the Kut Garrison, ultimately succeeding in escaping from Asia Minor. An amazing tale of captivity and escape to Russia. Illustrated with photos and maps. 1.7MB download.
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A Prisoner in Turkey

A Prisoner in Turkey
A Prisoner in Turkey
A Prisoner in Turkey by John Still. 1920. Illustrated. At dawn on the 9th of August, 1915, the 6th Battalion of the East Yorkshire Regiment received an order to attack the great hill that towers above Anafarta. The order was late, hours too late, for the messenger had lost his way; so, although we did not know it at the time, we had already forfeited our chance, and were launched upon a forlorn endeavour. About thirty of us reached the top of the hill, perhaps a few more. And when there were about twenty left we turned and went down again. We had reached the highest point and the furthest point that British forces from Suvla Bay were destined to reach. But we naturally knew nothing of that. We reached the point where the ravine ended, and in the scrub ahead of us we saw a number of men who fired upon us. For a moment we thought they were our own, firing in ignorance. Then we saw that they were Turks. We had run into the back of an enemy battalion which held the lower slopes against our supports. They had crossed the range at a point lower than that we had attacked, and had cut in behind our climbing force. We could do nothing but surrender. The harrowing tale of imprisonment in WW1.Order and download this interesting book in PDF format now (38mb filesize).
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Adventures in the Near East (Dunsterforce) – by LtCol Rawlinson

Adventures in the Near East (Dunsterforce) - by LtCol Rawlinson
Adventures in the Near East (Dunsterforce) - by LtCol Rawlinson
An extraordinary tale of adventure in the sideshow of the Midlle East (Mesopotamia, Trans-Caucasia, Persia, Armenia, Turkey etc. ADVENTURES IN THE NEAR EAST 1918-1922 by A. RAWLINSON - in three parts - with Introductions by MAJOR-GENERAL L. C, DUNSTERVILLE - FIELD-MARSHAL SIR G. MILNE- GENERAL SIR CHARLES HARINGTON, . - General Introduction by ADMIRAL SIR PERCY SCOTT, BART - His book tells the story of his adventures in the Near East in a singularly attractive form; his account of capturing a Bol- shevik ship and piloting her out of Baku Harbour under very difficult circumstances will astonish many sailors. Four men against ninety-six enemy, with the only alternative of blowing up himself, his four men, the ninety-six enemy, and the ship, with dynamite, is a position that not many would enjoy; but it appeared to suit Rawlinson's constitution, for he remarks that after thirty- six hours of it he enjoyed a very good dinner. There is, however, a very sad side to his story, which, I am afraid, will very much distress many men and women of this country. Colonel Rawlinson put his uniform on in 1914, and did not take if off until March, 1923. He was cast into a Turkish prison for twenty months, and all but starved to death, as a consequence of which his health is impaired for life. He was also stripped of all he possessed by the Turks, including his two machine-guns which cost him over £500 in 1914, and which had done such valuable service all through the war. 287 pages with 2 maps the book covers the creation of the "Hush-Hush Army:, adventures in Trancaucasia and in Kemalist Turkey. To order the ebook and download (103MB) click on the Add to Cart button.
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Anzac Memorial – RSL Imperial league of Australia – Published 1919

Anzac Memorial  -  RSL Imperial league of Australia - Published 1919
Anzac Memorial - RSL Imperial league of Australia - Published 1919
Returned Sailors And Soldiers Imperial League Of Australia - 1919 Peace edition - 655 pages. Includes a Roll of Honour of the Australian Imperial Forces, soldier"s stories and verses, and general history of Anzacs in Gallipoli and France, with numerous b/w pictures. Article by CE Bean, Armisitice and Hamilton's Despatches. A wonderful record and memento of the AIF in World War 1. To order the ebook and download (161MB) click on the Add to Cart button.
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Anzac Memorial – RSL Imperial league of Australia – Published 1919

Anzac Memorial  -  RSL Imperial league of Australia - Published 1919
Anzac Memorial - RSL Imperial league of Australia - Published 1919
Returned Sailors And Soldiers Imperial League Of Australia - 1919 Peace edition - 655 pages. Includes a Roll of Honour of the Australian Imperial Forces, soldier"s stories and verses, and general history of Anzacs in Gallipoli and France, with numerous b/w pictures. Article by CE Bean, Armisitice and Hamilton's Despatches. A wonderful record and memento of the AIF in World War 1. To order the ebook and download (161MB) click on the Add to Cart button.
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Australasia Triumphant! by A. St John Adcock – Published 1916.

Australasia Triumphant!  by A. St John Adcock - Published  1916.
Australasia Triumphant! by A. St John Adcock - Published 1916.
A stirring triumphant tale of the Australians and New Zealanders at war. Published in 1916 this book covers the action at Rabaul and the Pacific, the despatch of the ANZEF, the sinking of the Emden, camp at Egypt, fight for the Suez Canal and the landings at Gallipoli. Illustrated with some great photographs. A fabulous, stirring, triumphant well illustrated ANZAC history book. Overly optimisitic this book is a true period piece which effectively captures the feeling of the time. To order the ebook and download (39.7MB) click on the Add to Cart button.
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Australia’s Fighting Sons of The Empire – Western Australian edition – PORTRAITS & BIOGRAPHIES OF AUSTRALIANS IN THE GREAT WAR

Australia's Fighting Sons of The Empire - Western Australian edition - PORTRAITS & BIOGRAPHIES OF AUSTRALIANS IN THE GREAT WAR
Australia's Fighting Sons of The Empire - Western Australian edition - PORTRAITS & BIOGRAPHIES OF AUSTRALIANS IN THE GREAT WAR
Very rare 1918 book, This large book has full page plates of Gallipoli, VC winners and a chronology of the great War. Aprox. 280 pages mostly of West Australian soldiers of the Great War, with 100s of photos and a brief history of each soldier. - A fabulous tribute to the men of the First AIF and a great geneology resource. To order the ebook and download (86MB) click on the Add to Cart button.
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Australia’s Fighting Sons of The Empire – Western Australian edition – PORTRAITS & BIOGRAPHIES OF AUSTRALIANS IN THE GREAT WAR

Australia's Fighting Sons of The Empire - Western Australian edition - PORTRAITS & BIOGRAPHIES OF AUSTRALIANS IN THE GREAT WAR
Australia's Fighting Sons of The Empire - Western Australian edition - PORTRAITS & BIOGRAPHIES OF AUSTRALIANS IN THE GREAT WAR
Very rare 1918 book, This large book has full page plates of Gallipoli, VC winners and a chronology of the great War. Aprox. 280 pages mostly of West Australian soldiers of the Great War, with 100s of photos and a brief history of each soldier. - A fabulous tribute to the men of the First AIF and a great geneology resource. To order the ebook and download (86MB) click on the Add to Cart button.
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Australian Campaigns in the Great War being a concise history of the Australian Naval and Military forces 1914 to 1918

Australian Campaigns in the Great War
Australian Campaigns in the Great War being a concise history of the Australian Naval and Military Forces 1914 to 1918 by Lt the Hon. Staniforth Smith - with a preface by Ernest Scott. (160MB download). Includes 5 maps of Gallipoli, Western Front and Palestine campaigns and 16 illustrations. 206pp.
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Biography of author

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Miles Staniforth Cater Smith (1869-1934), politician and administrator, was born on 25 February 1869 at Kingston, Victoria, son of William John Smith, farmer, and his wife Margaret Gomersall, née Charlesworth, both English born. For much of his life he was known publicly as Staniforth Smith. Educated at St Arnaud Grammar School, he was employed in the Melbourne office of Goldsbrough Mort & Co. Ltd and went to Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, in 1896 to open an office for Reuter’s Telegram Co. Elected as a municipal councillor in 1898, he was mayor of Kalgoorlie in 1900-01. Large, handsome, sociable and confident, he was active in the Federation movement. He nominated for the first Federal Senate election in 1901 and was elected at the top of the State poll. In the Senate he sat in opposition to the Barton and Deakin governments in a bloc with his fellow Western Australians, a strong free trader and ardent advocate of the prohibition of ‘coloured’ immigrants. He supported J. C. Watson’s Labor government in 1904.

Seeking a special niche Staniforth Smith took up the study of tropical agriculture and, after visiting New Guinea, the Federated Malay States and Java, made such a good impression in debates on the Papua Act (1906) that he was favoured by Atlee Hunt, (Sir) Joseph Cook and Watson for the position of lieutenant-governor of Papua (formerly British New Guinea), for which he advocated a ‘strenuous developmental policy’. Prime Minister Deakin, who had initially hoped for the return of Sir William MacGregor, gave some encouragement to Smith’s aspirations but eventually gave acting administrator (Sir) Hubert Murray the office instead. Smith, appointed in January 1907 commissioner for lands and director of mines, agriculture and works, became his deputy with a dormant commission as administrator during Murray’s absence. He intrigued constantly against Murray for the next seven years and, when deputizing during his absence in 1910-11, led a grandiose expedition into the interior. Lost for some weeks and believed dead, his party was rescued at great expense and with wide publicity. He was censured for bumbling management and the loss of eleven carriers but on a visit to Britain in 1912 was fêted as an explorer. In 1923 he was awarded the patron’s medal of the Royal Geographical Society.

Staniforth Smith enlisted in the Australian Imperial Force in January 1916, failed to pass a short course for a commission at the Royal Military College, Duntroon, and sailed in June as warrant officer with the 44th Battalion. He was commissioned in September and served as battalion intelligence officer. Wounded in June 1917, he spent the rest of the war on staff duties in Britain. In 1919 he was appointed M.B.E. and after demobilization in September was invited to act temporarily as administrator to pacify the Northern Territory after the ‘Darwin Rebellion’ against J. A. Gilruth. He succeeded in his mission, acting as conciliator and as defender of the powerful North Australian Industrial Union. He also implemented recommendations made by Sir Baldwin Spencer seven years earlier as a solution to Aboriginal problems, gazetting extensive reserves and increasing expenditure. He resigned in 1921 when his proposals for Northern Territory representation in the Federal parliament were rejected.

Returning to Papua in 1921 as commissioner for crown lands, mines and agriculture, Smith devoted himself entirely to his duties and was as successful as the circumstances of the Territory allowed. He retired in 1930 and settled to farming at Kulikup in the south-west of Western Australia. On 4 April 1928 at St George’s Cathedral, Perth, he had married Marjorie Mary Bremer Mitchell, a niece of Sir James Mitchell; they had four children. He published several ephemeral books, declined an invitation to stand for the State parliament as a Nationalist candidate and died in Perth on 14 January 1934 of chronic nephritis, uraemia and myocarditis. He was buried with Anglican rites in the cemetery at Boyup Brook, near his home.

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Australian Chivalry

Australian Chivalry
Australian Chivalry
Published 1933 - Reproductions in Colour and Duo-tone of Official War Paintings - Australian Chivalry is a large format commemorative book produced in the Depression (1933) by the Australian War Memorial. The book features Official War Artist paintings of the Great War - 52 plates with description. To order the ebook and download (43.8MB) click on the Add to Cart button.
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Australian Chivalry

Australian Chivalry
Australian Chivalry
Published 1933 - Reproductions in Colour and Duo-tone of Official War Paintings - Australian Chivalry is a large format commemorative book produced in the Depression (1933) by the Australian War Memorial. The book features Official War Artist paintings of the Great War - 52 plates with description. To order the ebook and download (43.8MB) click on the Add to Cart button.
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Eastern Nights and Flights

EASTERN NIGHTS—AND FLIGHTS -  A Record of Oriental Adventure by  Captain Alan Bott MC
EASTERN NIGHTS—AND FLIGHTS - A Record of Oriental Adventure by Captain Alan Bott MC
Most of us who were at close grips with the Great War will remember the habit of speculation about life on the far side of the front. Somewhere beyond the frontier of trenches, we realized, were our opposite numbers—infantrymen, gunners, aviators, staff officers, mess orderlies, generals, captains, lance-corporals—each according to character, rank, and duties, and to the position he occupied by reason of ability, courage, initiative, old age, self-advertisement, or wire-pulling. We saw them through a glass, darkly—a glass that, being partly concave, partly convex, and almost impenetrable throughout, showed us our opposite numbers as distorted reflections of ourselves. We knew well that a journey through, round, or over this glass would take us into an unnatural world where we should be negative instead of positive, passive instead of active, useless scrap-iron instead of working parts of a well-constructed machine. Yet we never considered the possibility of being obliged, in that unreal world, to live a life of impotence. Our companions, now, might have the bad luck to be dragged there; but our sense of normality would not let us reckon with such an unusual happening in our own case. And then, perhaps, one fine day or night found us isolated in an attack, or shot down in an air fight; and we would be in the topsy-turvy country of captivity. Some of us, who passed into this country from the curious East, tumbled head over heels upon adventures fantastic as those of any imaginative explorer of the wonderland Through the Looking Glass of fancy. ________________________________________ We were a small band of six scout pilots, one monkey-mascot, and a team of Baby Nieuports, hangared in a large meadow that was the nearest aerodrome to the then front in Palestine. Slightly to the south was the one-time German colony of Sorona, with houses empty but for ugly furniture and ornaments, left behind when the routed Turco-Germans scurried up the coast-line after Allenby's victory at Gaza. A few miles north was the trench-line, a few miles west were row upon row of sand-dunes, a sea of that intense blue which is the secret of the Syrian coast, and the ancient port of Jaffa, misnamed "The Beautiful." --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Capt Bott's tale of capture by the Turks takes him through Damascus, the infamous Taurus tunnels to Constantinople where he lives a life as a fugitive after escaping from his captors. Entering a secret world of Russian smugglers he ends up in Odessa as the Bolshevik terror takes hold and finally stows away to Bulgaria and finally safety in Allied occupied Salonika. Captain Bott's tale is as gripping as it is exotic and suspenseful. A grand tale of true adventure in a lost world of Ottoman deceit, danger and corruption.
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Secrets of a Kuttite

Secrets of a Kuttite
Secrets of a Kuttite
The battle for Kut, capture and imprisonment by the Turks and escape attempts. A compelling description of this disastrous campaign. Download (160MB) Illustrated with photos and maps.
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Seven Pillars of Wisdom

Seven Pillars of Wisdom
Seven Pillars of Wisdom
With Lawrence in Arabia: The classic work by T.E. Lawrence on the Arab Revolt during the First World War in the Middle East. "This book offers a classic understanding of the differences between feudal tribes and the need to harness their strengths to bring them around. The book is still relevant to our times in the Middle East and Iraq in particular. Lawrence articulated the complex, and often overlapping, religious and tribal loyalties and motivations of the region. A fascinating account of the campaign in the desert which still has implications for today. Download now (11.6MB).
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THE FIFTH BATTALION HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY IN THE WAR 1914-1918

THE FIFTH BATTALION   HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY   IN THE WAR  1914-1918
THE FIFTH BATTALION HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY IN THE WAR 1914-1918
Published 1921 The 5th Highland Light Infantry was originally known as the 19th Lanark Rifle Volunteers, one of the Volunteer units raised in 1859. In 1880, it became the 5th Lanark Volunteers. The connection with the Highland Light Infantry began in 1887, when it was named the 1st Volunteer Battalion Highland Light Infantry, a detachment of which served in the South African War. On the formation of the Territorial Force in 1909, the present name was adopted. This book deals with the unit record of service in the war 1914-1918. The unit served in Gallipoli, Sinai, Palestine and France. Many illustrations and maps. Download (4.3MB)
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THE FIFTH BATTALION HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY IN THE WAR 1914-1918

THE FIFTH BATTALION   HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY   IN THE WAR  1914-1918
THE FIFTH BATTALION HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY IN THE WAR 1914-1918
Published 1921 The 5th Highland Light Infantry was originally known as the 19th Lanark Rifle Volunteers, one of the Volunteer units raised in 1859. In 1880, it became the 5th Lanark Volunteers. The connection with the Highland Light Infantry began in 1887, when it was named the 1st Volunteer Battalion Highland Light Infantry, a detachment of which served in the South African War. On the formation of the Territorial Force in 1909, the present name was adopted. This book deals with the unit record of service in the war 1914-1918. The unit served in Gallipoli, Sinai, Palestine and France. Many illustrations and maps. Download (4.3MB)
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The Leicestershires beyond Baghdad by Edward John Thompson – Published 1919

The Leicestershires beyond Baghdad    by Edward John Thompson - Published 1919
The Leicestershires beyond Baghdad by Edward John Thompson - Published 1919
The Mesopotamian War was a side-show, so distant from Europe that even the tragedy of Kut and the slaughter which failed to save our troops and prestige were felt chiefly in retrospect, when the majority of the men who suffered so vainly had gone into the silence of death or of captivity. When Maude's offensive carried our arms again into Kut, and beyond, to Baghdad, interest revived; but of the hard fighting which followed, which made Baghdad secure, nothing has been made known, or next to nothing. The men in Mesopotamia did not feel that this was unnatural. We felt, none more so, that it was the European War which mattered; indeed, our lot often seemed the harder by reason of its little apparent importance. Yet, after all, Baghdad was the first substantial victory which no subsequent reverse swept away; and it came when the need of victory, for very prestige's sake, was very great. Mr. Candler has written, bitterly enough, of the way the Censorship impeded him in his work as official 'Eye-witness.' His was a thankless task; as he well knows, few of us, though we were all his friends, have not groused at his reports of our operations. A long, drawn-out campaign in appalling conditions that was initially about protecting British oil interests but later gave rise to visions of glittering prizes in the capture of Baghdad and the crushing of the Turkish Empire in conjunction with the Russians. 4MB download.
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The Long Road to Baghdad in Two Volumes by Edmund Candler

The Long Road to Baghdad   in   Two Volumes    by Edmund Candler
The Long Road to Baghdad in Two Volumes by Edmund Candler
590 pages in 2 volumes, includes photographs and maps. An extensive and well written history of the Mesopotamian Campaign. Includes bonus 62 page volume of illustrated articles from the Illustrated Great War magazine series, covering the Battle for Kut, the advance on Baghdad and the subsequent battles in Mesopotamia. A fine eBook collection to read. Download - 296MB in 4 parts.
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The Story of Dunsterforce – Stalky’s Forlorn Hope by Captain Savige MC

The Story of Dunsterforce - Stalky's Forlorn Hope  by   Captain Savige MC
The Story of Dunsterforce - Stalky's Forlorn Hope by Captain Savige MC
The Story of Dunsterforce - the amazing story of the intervention in Persia/Iraq/and the trans-Caucasia to try to prevent German and Turkish troops capturing Baku and entering Persia. The rather grandiose objective of this military force was to aid the establishment and maintenance of an independent group of nations - Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan (Transcaucasia). It was hoped that by so doing this would avert the invasion of British India via Persia by a joint German and Turkish Army. The authorisation to create of a force (39 Brigade) to carry out this mission was given to a Russian speaking British officer, Major-General L.C. Dunsterville; said to be Rudyard Kipling's inspiration for the character 'Stalky'. The force included Australian and NZ troops. This ebook includes photos, maps and a description of the campaign as well as a transcription of the book on the campaign - "Stalky's Forlorn Hope" by Captain Savige MC. Included also is a copy of CE Bean's report - "Australians in the Transcaucasus", a report and photos on the campaign from Hammerton's "Great War" and a report and photos from the Times "History of the War" on this campaign. A campaign that rings down through the years to today where the conflict between the Kurds, Armenians, Arabs, Iranians, Turks etc still rages. Fantastic reading of a brave attempt to deal with the enormous forces at work on this frontier. Tragic in it's scope and the fate of the Assyrian Christians, Armenians and Kurds.Masses of reading, maps and pictures (107MB). To order the ebook and download click on the Add to Cart button.
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The Times History of the War – Volume 1

The Times History of The War - Volume 1
The Times History of The War - Volume 1
The Times History of The War - Volume 1 - 520pp - lavishly illustrated contemporary history of World War 1. Vols. 1-21 were issued in weekly parts from Aug. 25, 1914 to July 27, 1920. Bound into 22 volumes the complete collection forms a fascinating history of the war.

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Where the Australians Rest

Where the Australians Rest
Where the Australians Rest
Where the Australians Rest "Where the Australians rest: a description of many of the cemeteries overseas in which Australians, including those whose names can never now be known, are buried" (Melbourne: Department of Defence, 1920) 75pp Thirty-six b/w plates and one b/w illus Facsimile of this rare publication, easily accessible in high resolution PDF format and downloadable. Description of the Australian War Cemeteries - includes pen drawings of the cemeteries. Covers France, Belgium, Galliopoli, Malta, Egypt, Palestine and England. Updated with comparative photos of Australian War Cemeteries in Gallipoli, France and Belgium. Provided as a PDF attachment to the original book in facsimile. To order the ebook and download (123 MB) click on the Add to Cart button.
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With Horse and Morse in Mesopotamia – The Story of ANZACs in Asia

With Horse and Morse in Mesopotamia - The Story of ANZACs in Asia
With Horse and Morse in Mesopotamia - The Story of ANZACs in Asia
With Horse and Morse in Mesopotamia - The Story of ANZACs in Asia by Keast Burke - Printed in 1927. Over 200 pages. The fascinating history during World War One in the Middle East of the 1st Australian Pack Wireless Signal Troop, The NZ Wireless Signal Troop, the 1st Australian and New Zealand Wireless Signal Squadron, the 1st Cavalry Divisional Signal Squadron, the Light Motor Wireless Sections, the Australians of Dunsterforce (Persia and Russia), the Australian Nurses in India and the Australian Representative at Bombay. Photos and text of this rare book. Rare insight into an area of great interest to the world until this day. To order the ebook and download (66MB) click on the Add to Cart button.
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With Our Army in Palestine

With Our Army in Palestine
With Our Army in Palestine
WITH OUR ARMY IN PALESTINE - BY ANTONY BLUETT - LATE OF "A" BATTERY, H.A.C., AND EGYPTIAN CAMEL TRANSPORT CORPS - 1919. Little has been said, and less written, of the campaigns in Egypt and Palestine. This book is an attempt to give those interested some idea of the work and play and, occasionally, the sufferings of the Egyptian Expeditionary Force, from the time of its inception to the Armistice. Severely technical details have been reduced to a minimum, the story being rather of men than matters; but such necessary figures and other data of which I had not personal knowledge, have been taken from the official dispatches and from the notes of eye-witnesses. illustrated with photos, 290 pages, 1.5MB download.
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World War – 1914-18 : A Picture History – Vol 1

World War - 1914-18 A Pictured History - Vol 1
World War - 1914-18 A Pictured History - Vol 1
World War - 1914-18 A Pictured History was published in weekly parts in the early 1930s by Hammerton. Each issue is lavishly illustrated with photos from various fronts of the war. This volume includes Issues 1-10. Buy now and a download link will be emailed to you straight away.

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World War – 1914-18 : A Picture History – Vol 2

World War - 1914-18 A Pictured History - Vol 2
World War - 1914-18 A Pictured History - Vol 2
World War - 1914-18 A Pictured History was published in weekly parts in the early 1930s by Hammerton. Each issue is lavishly illustrated with photos from various fronts of the war. This volume includes Issues 11-20. 320 pages of text and illustrations. Buy now and a download link will be emailed to you straight away.

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World War – 1914-18 A Pictured History – Vol 3

World War -  1914-18 A Pictured History - Vol 3
World War - 1914-18 A Pictured History - Vol 3
World War - 1914-18 A Pictured History was published in weekly parts in the early 1930s by Hammerton. Each issue is lavishly illustrated with photos from various fronts of the war. This volume includes Issues 21-30. 320 pages of text and illustrations. Buy now and a download link will be emailed to you straight away.

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World War – 1914-18 A Pictured History – Vol 4

World War -  1914-18 A Pictured History - Vol 4
World War - 1914-18 A Pictured History - Vol 4
World War - 1914-18 A Pictured History was published in weekly parts in the early 1930s by Hammerton. Each issue is lavishly illustrated with photos from various fronts of the war. This volume includes Issues 31-39. 288 pages of text and illustrations. Buy now and a download link will be emailed to you straight away.

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World War – 1914-18 A Pictured History – Vol 5

World War -  1914-18 A Pictured History - Vol 5
World War - 1914-18 A Pictured History - Vol 5
World War - 1914-18 A Pictured History was published in weekly parts in the early 1930s by Hammerton. Each issue is lavishly illustrated with photos from various fronts of the war. This volume includes Issues 40-55. 530 pages of text and illustrations in PDF format. Buy now and a download link will be emailed to you straight away.

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