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hard cover with cover jacket
A chronological approach to the D-Day landings
interviews from Peter Cosgrove, Prime Minister John Howard, Chief of the Army, former SAS commanding officers and serving soldiers and officers.
covers selection and training and recent deployments of Australia's SAS
soft cover non-fiction book covering the SAS from East Timor to Iraq.
A narrative history by A.K.Macdougall, outlining the Australia participation from the Boer War to the Gulf War.
hard cover non-fiction book with jacket and library plastic covering
Inside book is a newspaper clipping outlining key dates in Gallipoli campaign
Victorian Collections acknowledges the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first inhabitants of the nation and the traditional custodians of the lands where we live, learn and work.