Latest Store Updates
Today a new set of WW1 Australian unit books have been added to the store. These unit books are not all on the Gallipoli Campaign; yet still serve a great reference for those after books on Australia's Military units in the Great War!
The Latest Book On The Gallipoli Campaign! Kismet is the story of 67 Australian Prisoners of War captured during the Gallipoli Campaign in World War 1. This book is written by Author Jennifer Lawless who spent 10 years researching this history.
Are you planning a trip to visit the WW1 Gallipoli campaign battleground? A battlefield guide tour book or battle site map may-be of assistance to you.
Many Soldiers in battle wrote letters home or added entries to their diaries throughout the day when time would allow. These letters and diary notes today; allow us a glimpse into the world of what life on the frontline and trenches was like. “From Gallipoli With Love” is one example of the thoughts, fears and experience of one World War 1 Australian Soldier.
The Gallipoli battle field has had numerous books written covering the battle itself & eventual evacuation. The Naval aspect has had less attention."To The Shores Of Gallipoli" by Author Tom Frame discusses in detail the Australian Navy Submarine the AE2 and its 'campaign' (and its later discovery) at Gallipoli and also the work done by the RAN Bridging Team. For more details on this book: To The Shores Of Gallipoli