Gallipoli; Based on the Screenplay by David Williamson from a Story by Peter Weir

By: Bennett, Jackie

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Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1990. 450 g; (6), 280, (2) pages, with the illustrated dustjacket by George Lambert showing Anzac, the landing. The edges of the textblock are very browned , there is foxing to the front and rear end pages, and previous owner's name on the top right-hand corner of the front free end page, fading of the spine section of the dustjacket, and rubbing to the bottom edges of the boards. A picture can be provided to help assess condition. " On the morning of April 25, 1915, the first wave of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps landed under intense Turkish fire on the Gallipoli peninsula. When the Anzacs crept away, defeated, eight months later, 7594 Australians had been killed and more than 19,000 had been wounded. About one-fifth of the men engaged in this tragic and mismanaged encounter were under the age of twenty-one, boys who were fired with loyalty for a nation itself not yet 15 years old. This is the story of two of those boys." -- from the front fold over blurb. A volume in the Australian Classics series of books by Angus Robertson.. Reprint. Black Boards. Good/Good. Illus. by Tony Lunn /Michael Luxton -- Cover Art. 8vo - up to 9 ¾" tall - Octavo. Novel.

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