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BORN TO BE A SOLDIER By Jean Kelshaw and Bruce Thornton
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This is the World War 1 Diary of Lieutenant John Ridley MC who was a survivor of Fromelles. It includes graphic descriptions of life in the trenches, encounters with the enemy, work among the wounded... More > and dying and Ridley's own thoughts as he faced the prospect of his own death. Despite being seriously wounded, Ridley returned to his unit and saw service on the Somme and Western Front.< Less
The Family that went to war - Large Print By Gordon Smith
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In1914 Australia joined England and declared war on Germany and it's allies. In the small New South Wales town of Cootamundra 6 young Australians, all from the same family, individually joined the... More > fight. This saga follows their journeys through Gallipoli and the Western Front. The saga also covers time in Egypt, England and France away rom the fighting. This is a story of a family and how it was affected by a on the other side of the world. It tells of the battles, the wounding and sickness endured by these young men as well as the lighter moments. A readable history that shows some insights into what it was like during those dark times< Less
The Family That Went to War By Gordon Smith
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The Family that went to War” is set back in the early 1900’s during wartime. The story follows six Australian family members as they each choose to go and fight for varying personal... More > reasons. The book recounts their highs, lows, struggles as well as triumphs. It is both inspiring and heartbreaking about what these people were leaving behind (including families and children) and what hardships they faced on their journeys. The story covers their journeys through the war in Europe and explores some of their complex characteristics and the summary of the lives of the three who returned. It also highlights the anguish of the mother whose son was lost on the battlefields of Fromelles and whose body still as not been identified one hundred years later’ Six family members went to war. Only three returned!< Less
A Family that went to war By Gordon Smith
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In 1914 Australia joined England and declared war on Germany and it's allies. In the small New South Wales town of Cootamundra 6 young Australians, all from the same family, individually joined the... More > fight. This saga follows their journeys through Gallipoli and the Western Front. The saga also covers time in Egypt, England and France away rom the fighting. This is a story of a family and how it was affected by a on the other side of the world. It tells of the battles, the wounding and sickness endured by these young men as well as the lighter moments. A readable history that shows some insights into what it was like during those dark times.< Less
An Australian Story : The Saga of an Australian Family Over Two Centuries By Gordon Smith
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What makes a family? It could be said their genes, their heritage, their environment, their faith or a mixture of all of these. This is the story of one Australian family whose history and heritage... More > along with the world that they lived in made the remarkable people. Although this story is based on real people and events fiction needs to be included to “fill in the gaps” not recorded. As indeed many names have been changed and other events needed to be deleted in respect for living family members. This is a story of the history of Australia as it affected the family through the generation. It is a story that commemorates the supreme sacrifices during war and hardship while at the same time giving pride at the achievements of the family and the country.< Less
An Australian Story : The Saga of an Australian Family Over Two Centuries By Gordon Smith
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This is the story of one Australian family whose history beginning in 1808 and up to 1998. Their heritage, along with that of the world they lived in, made them remarkable people. Although this... More > story is based on real people and events fiction needs to be included to “fill in the gaps” not recorded. As indeed many names have been changed and other events needed to be deleted in respect for living family members. This is a story of the history of Australia as it affected the family through the generation. It is a story that commemorates the supreme sacrifices during war and hardship while at the same time giving pride at the achievements of her family and her country.< Less