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Honouring the Anzacs By Kasey Miller
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Commands system The RAF command system was very complicated and rather overdone, but worked surprisingly well. If a squadron has 2/3 (in points) of planes from a single command (which isn't... More > obligatory), it gets the following specific special rule: Fighter Command - 'Tally Ho!' special rule Once per turn (not phase!) the player may activate two fighters (or fighter formations) in a row. Bomber Command - 'Night bombing' special rule The player may always choose to attack at night and be an attacker. Coastal Command - 'The empire on which the sun never sets' special rule Up to 1/3 of the squadron (in points) may be taken from the Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm squadron list (both from Core and Fleet Carrier list) Far East Command - 'The empire on which the sun never sets' special rule Up to 1/3 of the squadron (in points) may be taken from one (and only one) of the following squadron lists: • Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm squadron list (both from Core and Fleet Carrier list) • RAAF • RNZAF< Less
FIVE MONTHS AT ANZAC By Colonel Joseph Beeston
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Gallipoli was to have been the second front during world war one. The idea was to “attack in the soft underbelly of Europe”. The Turkish had other ideas. They were ready. The attack was... More > pinned down to the beaches by heavy gunfire. Beeston presents his own personal account of this period while serving in the Commonwealth forces Anzac field ambulance division. . He describes the horrors of the period, but he also described vividly the unique camaraderie between men under these circumstances. Even in almost certain death there is a grime humour that can make living worthwhile.< Less
Anzacs & Springboks on Mediterranean Shores By Denis Montgomery
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This book is a highly personal memoir and commentary on the service of Australian and South African forces during WWI at Gallipoli and WWII in North Africa.
Five Months At Anzac By Joseph Lievesley Beeston
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A NARRATIVE OF PERSONAL EXPERIENCES OF THE OFFICER COMMANDING THE 4th FIELD AMBULANCE, AUSTRALIAN IMPERIAL FORCE During WW1 This is an illustrated PDF ebook with several photos from WW1.
A History of the Anzac Rifle Range, Malabar By Nathan Scudder, Matthew Moses
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The Anzac Rifle Range, Malabar, is the last of three fullbore rifle ranges in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney. This book traces the history of the rifle range, from four hundred acres of reserves set... More > aside in 1855, through its dedication for military purposes in 1910, to the legal battle with the Federal Government to ensure its continued existence. The renaming of the Range in 1970 from the Long Bay Rifle Range to the Anzac Rifle Range, Malabar was a tribute to those who died for their country, many of whom trained at the site. Throughout the development of the Eastern Suburbs, the areas of natural vegetation within the Anzac Range have remained relatively undisturbed, providing a sanctuary for wildlife. The inclusion of a section of the range in the National Estate in the late 1980s demonstrates the environmental importance of the site.< Less
Five Months at Anzac A Narrative of Personal Experiences of the Officer Commanding the 4th Field Ambulance, Australian Imperial Force By Joseph Lievesley Beeston
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The Value of their Deaths By Michael Madden
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A moving tribute to all those who served during the Great War. With their passing, goes not our remembrance. The author donates all profits from the sale of this book to the Victorian TPI... More > Association, helping Totally and Permanently Incapacitated Returned Service Men and Women.< Less
Pride: Bridgeover Sundown By Sally Odgers
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PRIDE; BRIDGEOVER SUNDOWN. At seventeen, Glen Steele's life is full of myths and misses, and he feels the paternalistic government of modern times has robbed him of his destiny. The Steele family... More > myth calls for boys to be men by the time they're seventeen. Soldiers, settlers, lovers and losers march in his lineage, but Glen is still at school, and even his losses are second hand. Glen yearns for adventure and rites of passage, so when his sister goes on her honeymoon, he borrows her car, a state-of-the-art Bradman Pride, and hits the road for the Outback Highway. At first, the experience is liberating, but soon Glen realises nothing has changed. The outback has been tamed by the straight red road and the automated servomats he encounters at regular intervals. It's all too easy… until – the next town fades off the map, and the servo isn't there. Disoriented, Glen finds his way to the ghost town of Bridgeover, where the adventure begins.< Less
Pride: Bridgeover Sundown By Sally Odgers
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PRIDE; BRIDGEOVER SUNDOWN. At seventeen, Glen Steele's life is full of myths and misses, and he feels the paternalistic government of modern times has robbed him of his destiny. The Steele family... More > myth calls for boys to be men by the time they're seventeen. Soldiers, settlers, lovers and losers march in his lineage, but Glen is still at school, and even his losses are second hand. Glen yearns for adventure and rites of passage, so when his sister goes on her honeymoon, he borrows her car, a state-of-the-art Bradman Pride, and hits the road for the Outback Highway. At first, the experience is liberating, but soon Glen realises nothing has changed. The outback has been tamed by the straight red road and the automated servomats he encounters at regular intervals. It's all too easy… until – the next town fades off the map, and the servo isn't there. Disoriented, Glen finds his way to the ghost town of Bridgeover, where the adventure begins.< Less
Gallipoli - The First Day By Peter Condon
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This book describes what went on around Anzac Cove on 25 April, 1915; from before the early morning landings until the close of action on that first night. It covers the reason why Australia was... More > involved, how our soldiers arrived at Anzac Cove, and how they climbed the trails to higher ground after the landings. It finishes with a summary of what our Anzacs achieved on the first day. I have kept it short so that readers can read it from start to finish in one session. There are no battalion numbers to remember nor names to note. As you stand in silence waiting for your local Anzac Day dawn service to begin you will be able to ‘picture’ what our troops were going through at the same time of the morning on the same day about 100 years ago. Peter D. Condon< Less