Gallipoli 1915

  • Joseph Murray

  • ISBN: 9781407949536

£28.49

The Gallipoli Campaign stands out as a landmark in the history of the First World War, and it was perhaps the most controversial action of that war; it certainly ended... more

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The Gallipoli Campaign stands out as a landmark in the history of the First World War, and it was perhaps the most controversial action of that war; it certainly ended in tragedy. The author, Joseph Murray, was among the 400,000 British and Empire troops taking part; he served as a naval rating turned soldier in Hood Battalion of the Royal Naval Division. This book is based on a diary he kept at the time and his later letters home. The battle was a war of nerves, largely played out underground in the tunnels constantly being built by either side. This is a thoroughly riveting and detailed account of that important but tragic operation.
Gallipoli 1915 by Joseph Murray, narrated by Malcolm Hamilton

Genre
Non Fiction - War

ISBN(s)
Audio MP3 CD: 9781407949536
(01 Jun 2015)
Audio CD: 9781407949529
(01 Jun 2015)

Narrator(s)
Audio MP3 CD: Malcolm Hamilton
Audio CD: Malcolm Hamilton

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