- Condition: Excellent
- Format: Hardcover no do as issued
- Author: Allan Draydon
- Pages: 382
- Unit: 2/25th BTN
- War: WW2
Includes Nominal Roll.
A History Of 2/25 Australian Infantry Battalion, 1940-1945
A History of the 2/6th Australian Commando Squadron (formerly the Australian 2/6th Independent Company)
Foreward – Acknowledgements – Intorduction – A Battalion Is Born – Not A Siege Mentality – Restign In Between – A Battle Of Attrition – Gone But Not Forgotten – Interval / And To A New War – From Desert To Jungle – And The War Drags On – A Christmas At Home – To The Wars End – Epilogue – Honour Roll – Honours And Awards – Casualties – Nominal Roll – Bibliography – Index.
2/32nd Battalion Battle Honours:
North Africa 1941-42; Defence of Tobruk; Defence of Alamein Line; Tell el Makh Khad; Sanyet el Miteirya; El Alamein; Defence of Scarlet Beach; Pabu; Liberation of Australian New Guinea; Borneo; Beaufort, Waito Volo; Lae-Nadzab; Finschhafen; South West Pacific 1943-45
The History of the 2/31st Australian Infantry battalion, 2nd AIF 1940-1945
Contains black and white photos throughout.
The 2/31st Infantry Battalion was formed in 1940 in the United Kingdom and part of the 25th Infantry Brigade (7th Australian Division AIF). Originally it was called the 70th Battalion.
Battle Honours Include: Jezzine, Kokoda Trail, Damour……
1 VC Victoria Cross: Private James Gordon
Colour Patch: Black Over Red