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Thomas Nelson Australia, publishers, Melbourne - reprint ISBN:0170050661, 1982. hardcover, 7½" x 10½", with dust jacket. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Dark-brown cloth bound boards with gold type to spine, illustrated endpapers & title pages, literally hundreds of b&w illustrations (photos, maps, drawings), bibliography, and index. This is the story of the Australians who fought in World War One, told in their own words through letters and diaries. The stench and heat of Gallipoli, the mud, slime and brutality of the Western Front, the gas, the shells, and the bombs, the frostbite and trench feet. Australia suffered the greast number of casualties, travelled the furtherest, and were away longest.