Anzac Day Picture Books

Young soldier Jim McLeod waits in the trenches of World War I for the order to attack the enemy. With him are his friends, and Nipper, the messenger dog. When they charge across no-man's-land, Jim is shot . and finds himself face to face with an enemy

On 19 July 1916, in the northern French village of Fromelles, Australia suffered its worst-ever military defeat when a British officer order...

Our Darkest Day

On 19 July in the northern French village of Fromelles, Australia suffered its worst-ever military defeat when a British officer order.

A selection of childrens books, for a wide range of ages, about the First World War (international).

A selection of childrens books, for a wide range of ages, about the First World War (international).

Pozieres: Somme (Battleground Europe S.)

Pozieres

Pozieres is the site of the Australians'' fir st action on the Somme. This addition to the Battleground Eu rope series looks at the cemeteri.

Pozieres is the site of the Australians'' fir st action on the Somme. This addition to the Battleground Eu rope series looks at the cemeteri...

Pozieres

Pozieres is the site of the Australians'' fir st action on the Somme. This addition to the Battleground Eu rope series looks at the cemeteri.

Brilliant Book, thoroughly researched. Every Aussie should read it. FFFAIF member Ross McMullin and author of Pompey Elliot’s biography delivered the eulogy at the service.

Brilliant Book, thoroughly researched. Every Aussie should read it. FFFAIF member Ross McMullin and author of Pompey Elliot’s biography delivered the eulogy at the service.

Backs to the Wall  A Larrikin on the Western Front    By Robert Macklin, G.D. Mitchell

Backs to the Wall

Fishpond Australia, Backs to the Wall: A Larrikin on the Western Front by GD Mitchell Robert Macklin. Buy Books online: Backs to the Wall: A Larrikin on the Western Front, ISBN G.

Fromelles 1916 (Battles & Campaigns):  Paul Cobb: Books

Fromelles 1916 (Battles & Campaigns): Paul Cobb: Books

Shattered Anzacs - Living with the Scars of War. Tells of the 90,000 that came home but were disabled, "They that are left grew older and the years did weary them"

Shattered Anzacs - Living with the Scars of War. Tells of the that came home but were disabled, "They that are left grew older and the years did weary them"


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