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A history of the 22nd Battalion, AIF.

An unvarnished account of the Battalion's services, compiled by the author in the field. It is not a diary but a full flowing narrative, and the circumstances under which it was written give the book an immediacy not often found in unit histories. The Battalion was raised in March 1916. It suffered more appalling casualties at Pozières, then went on to take part in the battles around Bullecourt, Ypres, Villers-Bretonneux, and on to the Hindenburg Line. The author's declared claim was 'to offer an acceptable memento to the thousands who passed through the battalion and to their decedents.' The battalion had a total casualty list of 3,305 all ranks. The book has a roll of honour with dates and causes of death. List of honours and awards including one VC. Casualty statistics and notes on transport to Salonika.

Reprint of the original publication of 1919

  • AUTHOR: Gorman, E
  • FORMAT: 132pp 36 Bw Pb
  • Code: 16470

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