- Condition: –
- Pages: 265
- Edition: 1st 2000
- Format: Softcover (A4)
- ISBN: 064640377X
- Author: Ronald T Winch
- War: WW2
- Unit: 3rd Brigade
The War Diary Of 3rd Australian Infantry Brigade Of South Australia CMF (later AIF) During World War 2, 8th December 1941 To 30th April 1944
The 3rd Light Horse in World War 1 included service at: Egypt, Gallipoli, Sinai Peninsula, Palestine, Jordan Valley.
Formed in 1914 and was part of the 1st Light Horse Brigade.
Battle Honours Included: Suvia, Jaffa, Rumani….
The Story of the 10th Battalion AIF in Australia, Egypt, Gallipoli, France and Belgium During the Great War 191401918.
Or see: Fighting 10th
– Battalion Roll of Honour
Silent Voices is the story of the men of the fighting 10th, the 10th battalion of the Australian Imperial Force (AIF) during World War 1. From its inception in Australia through to operations in Gallipoli, Egypt, France and Belgium. Silent Voices details how the 10th battalion established an enviable reputation as a courageous and outstanding unit of soldiers. The voices of the those men call out from letters written by soldiers and family, diary entries, official documents and previously unpublished photographs, providing a unique personal insight into the lives of the men of the fighting 10th. In his research, author Robert Kearny unearths the 90 year old mystery of the raid on Celtic Wood in 1917, and dispels the myth of the ‘missing’ soldiers.
Souvenir Of The 10th Battalion AIF 1914-1919
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