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The Architect of Victory Dr. Table of contents Preface; 1. Regimental soldiering; 2. Balikpapan ; 3.
The challenges of senior rank; 5. Chief of the General Staff; 6. Daly, the Army, and the war in Vietnam ; 7.
The 'Civic Action Crisis' ; 8. Rating details. Moorooka, Qld: Boolarong Press, There are three small stains on the title page and one each on the following three pages. The author follows the men of this Battalion through their experiences, recounting the lives of individuals within the Battalion from diary and service records. This book presents the military strategy and planning behind the Gallipoli campaign.
Newmarket, Qld: G M Byrnes, Foreword by John A Chalk. Upper page edges very lightly foxed. Green boards, gilt spine titles, in lightly soiled dust-jacket. The highly trained native soldiers were recognised for their tenacious fighting qualities -- not only by the Australian and American troops in Papua New Guinea but also by the Japanese. Sydney: Pan Macmillan Australia, She was involved with an escape-route network which conducted captured Allied soldiers to safety across southern France to neutral Spain.
In London, she trained with the SOE as a secret agent and saboteur before parachuting back into France where she was a key figure in the Maquis of the Auvergne district, helping to forge the Maquis into a superb fighting force. Sydney: Collins in association with the Australian War Memorial, The jacket is lightly edge-worn.
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Series 1, Army ; v. As Chief of the General Staff during the Vietnam War, he oversaw a significant reorganisation of the Army as he fought a war under political and resource restrictions. The author shows how Daly prepared himself for the challenges of command in a time of great political upheaval. Daly's career is examined from his entry to Duntroon in the early s until his retirement forty years later, covering the key issues in the development of the Australian Army along the way. 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'. What makes Biblio different?
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