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OFFICIAL HISTORY OF AUSTRALIA IN THE WAR OF 1914-1918 Volume I The Story of Anzac: The First Phase

OFFICIAL HISTORY OF AUSTRALIA IN THE WAR OF 1914-1918
Volume I  The Story of Anzac: The First Phase  

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Starting with the outbreak of war and ending on 4 May 1915, just after the Gallipoli landing, this is the first volume in the Official History series. It sets the whole campaign in perspective, starting with the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria in June of 1914 and the almost inevitable build-up to full-scale war. Quick to respond, the Australians and New Zealanders started recruiting for the AIF six days after the outbreak of war. By early November the first Australian and New Zealand contingent was able to set sail from Australia, arriving in Cairo in early December.
Australia's Position at the Outbreak. The Australian Offer. The AIF. The First Australian Staff. The First Contingent Sails. The Voyage and the Emden. The Training in the Desert. The Turkish Expedition against Egypt. The Expedition to the Dardanelles. The Corps Leaves Egypt. The Gaba Tepe Plan. Landing at Gaba Tepe. Baby 700. The Loss of Baby 700. The Extreme Left. The 3rd Brigade on the 400 Plateau. The 2nd Brigade on the 400 Plateau. The Advance to Pine Ridge. MacLaurin's Hill and the Bloody Angle. Mustafa Kemal's Counter-Attack and the First Night. The 4th Battalion's Advance on the 400 Plateau. The Second Turkish Counter-Attack. The Relief from the Marines. Anzac Beach. The Clearing of the Wounded. End of the First Phase of the Campaign.



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Product Code: 25529
Author: C.E.W Bean
Format: 2017 N & M Press reprint (of original second revised edition 1933). SB. xlviii + 662 pp with 111 maps (some in colour) & 50 illustrations
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