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Anzacs in the Middle East: Australian soldiers, their allies and the local people in World War II

Part of the Australian army history series series
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Anzacs in the Middle East is a compelling exploration of the experiences of soldiers who fought in the Middle East during World War II.

Spurred by a sense of adventure and duty, they set sail to countries of which they knew very little.

The book examines the relationships between Australians and their allies and also how they related to the local people: Greeks, Egyptians, Syrians, Lebanese and Palestinians.

Mark Johnston draws on extensive research to provide a new perspective on the famous campaigns at Tobruk and Alamein, as well as significant but less familiar battles at Bardia, Retimo and Damascus.

Featuring first-hand accounts and stories from the front line, the book discovers the true nature of the 'larrikin Australian' and is a must-read for anyone interested in Australia's military history.

This book is a companion volume to Mark Johnston's previous books, At the Front Line and Fighting the Enemy.

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Product Details
Cambridge University Press
1107237637 / 9781107237636
eBook (Adobe Pdf)
22/11/2012
England
English
246 pages
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