An Australian Soldier's Diary of the Great WarAuthor: Ayton, Philip OwenCode: 56626Price:AU $26.24(was
AU $34.99)Format: Paperback / 416 pages Published date:02/04/2019Availability:In Stock. Usually dispatched same business day from Sydney, Australia
One of the last undiscovered personal accounts of an Australian soldier fighting to survive WWI
War Notes from the Mediterranean Station 1941-1943Author: Poland, Albert and Poland, PeterCode: 51127Price:AU $18.47(was
AU $36.95)Format: Hardback / 192 pages Publisher: HALSTEAD PRESS Published date:15/04/2018Availability:In Stock. Usually dispatched same business day from Sydney, Australia
An illustrated collection of personal records from the Mediterranean theatre of the Second World War. Vice Admiral Sir Albert Poland arrived in Tobruk in March 1941, just weeks before the siege commenced. Initially tasked with commanding the supply ships that served the British Army during the North Africa campaign, he went on to command a ......
Author: Hotson, Lewis (Chick)Code: 51134Price:AU $17.99(was
AU $29.99)Format: Paperback / 254 pages Publisher: HORIZON PUBLISHING GROUP Published date:05/03/2018Availability:In Stock. Usually dispatched same business day from Sydney, Australia
“Robert’s War is an autobiographical of a Queensland lad who lied about his age to join the army, to wear the uniform, to attract the girls and to emulate his two older brothers who were on active service ‘somewhere’.
But no sooner had he become the youngest soldier in the Australian Army than he volunteered for anti-malaria experiments being ......
Author: Davis, CateCode: 50828Price:AU $19.79(was
AU $32.99)Format: Paperback / 228 pages Publisher: HORIZON PUBLISHING GROUP Published date:05/12/2017Availability:In Stock. Usually dispatched same business day from Sydney, Australia
This is the story of one soldier of the so called Great War. He sailed from Australia at the end of 1914, a proud, even bombastic youth with the certainty that he would do his bit to save Mother England and by doing so, set the world on the right path. He was totally ignorant of the real causes of this war and the place that the different ......
No.452 (Australian), 485 (New Zealand) and 602 (City of Glasgow) SquadroAuthor: Anthony CooperCode: 49070Price:AU $45.00(was
AU $75.00)Format: Hardback / 272 pages Publisher: FONTHILL Published date:24/06/2016Availability:In Stock. Usually dispatched same business day from Sydney, Australia
In 1941, the RAF's Kenley Wing, under the leadership of 'ace' pilots like the Irishman 'Paddy' Finucane, won fame as one of the top-scoring outfits in the war. Flying the iconic Spitfire, the wing's three fighter squadrons-the Australian No.452, the New Zealand No.485 and the British No.602, flew escort missions almost daily against the Luftwaffe.
The Sydney Mystery SolvedAuthor: Samuels, JohnCode: 1920831312Price:AU $14.47(was
AU $28.95)Format: Paperback / 192 pages Publisher: HALSTEAD PRESS Published date:26/09/2005Availability:In Stock. Usually dispatched same business day from Sydney, Australia
Eighteen days before Pearl Harbour, Japan opened fire on Australia. The RAN's cover-up of the action that sank HMAS on the 19th November, 1941 has been a public scandal for decades. This book explains how Churchill and Roosevelt sacrificed Sydney and the US Pearl Harbour fleet.