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Letters and Memorials of Captain WILLIAM A. DOUGLAS 6th Battalion The Royal Scots

Letters From Flanders

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MICHELIN ILLUSTRATED GUIDES TO THE BATTLEFIELDS (1914—1918) YPRES AND THE BATTLES OF YPRES

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Over the Top with The 3rd Australian Division

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Raemaekers’ Cartoons

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Randwick to Hargicourt : History of the 3rd Battalion, A.I.F.

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The 38th Battalion AIF – The Story and Official History of the 38th Bn AIF

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The Daredevil Of The Army; Experiences As A “Buzzer” And Despatch Rider

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THE FIFTH BATTALION HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY IN THE WAR 1914-1918

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THE FIFTH BATTALION HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY IN THE WAR 1914-1918

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The Forty-First Being a Record of the 41st Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces, during the Great War 1914-18

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The Forty-Third the story and official history of the 43rd Battalion AIF

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The Great War – The Standard History of the All-Europe Conflict – Index to all Volumes

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The Great War – The Standard History of the All-Europe Conflict – Volume 1

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The Great War as I Saw It

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The History of the 14th Battalion AIF – being the story of the vicissitudes of an Australian Unit in the Great War

The History of the 14th Battalion AIF -   being the story of the vicissitudes of an Australian Unit in the Great War
The History of the 14th Battalion AIF - being the story of the vicissitudes of an Australian Unit in the Great War
416 pages with illustrations, maps and honour roll. Principally from Melbourne and its suburbs the 14th Bn landed at ANZAC Cove on the afternoon of 25 April 1915. On 19 May the Turks launched a massive counter-attack. During this fighting Lance Corporal Albert Jacka of the 14th was awarded the AIF's first Victoria Cross. The battalion served at ANZAC until the evacuation in December. In June 1916 they sailed for France and the Western Front. From then until 1918, the battalion took part in bloody trench warfare. In March and April 1918, the battalion helped stop the German spring offensive. It subsequently participated in the great allied offensive of 1918, fighting near Amiens on 8 August 1918. This advance by British and empire troops was the greatest success in a single day on the Western Front, one that German General Erich Ludendorff described as "..the black day of the German Army in this war...". To order the ebook and download (40MB) click on the Add to Cart button.
Price: $14.99

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The History of the 1st Battalion A.I.F. 1914-19

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The Marne 1914 – Vol 1 – Michelin Guide

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THE OLD FRONT LINE

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The Red and White Diamond – The Official History Of The 24th Battalion AIF

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The Second Battle of the Marne – Michelin Guide

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The Seventh Manchesters July 1916 to March 1919

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The Somme Part 1 – Michelin Guide to the battlefield c/w Then & Now photos and additional material

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The Spirit of the Forty-Second

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The Story of the 21st – Being the Official History of the 21st Bn AIF

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The Story of the 39th Battalion AIF 1916-19

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The Story of the Royal Scots – the Lothian Regiment

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The Story of the Royal Scots – the Lothian Regiment

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Verdun 1914-18 – Michelin Battlefield Guide c/w – Then & Now photos

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Western Front – Tribute to ANZACs

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