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17th BATTALION WW1 MILITARY HISTORY BOOK

17th BATTALION WW1 MILITARY HISTORY BOOK

STORY OF THE SEVENTEENTH BATTALION AIF IN THE GREAT WAR,
 1914-1918' by Lieut. Col. Mackenzie MC.

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Australian 17th Battalion Military WWI History Book

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STORY OF THE SEVENTEENTH BATTALION AIF IN THE GREAT WAR,
1914-1918' by Lieut. Col. Mackenzie MC. This is the Official Battalion History compiled and written with the assistance of the 17th Battalion Association, numerous battalion members, and numerous written documents/diary/information.
The book was first published in 1945. The book is a professionally
produced reprint of that history. It is a true reproduction of the 1945  1st edition. Even these reprints escalate in value when they in turn, become  out of print. Here is your chance to obtain this book that can be treasured as a hand me down Family History Book.
Follows the 17th Battalion 1st AIF history from its formation in Sydney. Covers Training at Liverpool and latter in Egypt.
Landing at Gallipoli and Charge of Hill 60 during the August Offensive. The Battalion moved to France in March 1916. Notable battles, that the Bn fought were at Pozières Bapaume 1917 Bullecourt Ypres 1917 Menin Road Polygon Wood
Broodseinde Passchendaele Amiens, and on the Hindenburg Line. Detailed text of action is accompanied by a clear explanatory map or diagram.

Roll of Honour,Honours and Awards, and unit nominal roll of all members complete this history.
A large history, very detailed text with map, picture Illustrations. A prime source for genealogists and military historians.
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  • Book Condition: PERFECT - NEW BOOK
  • Cover Soft (SB) or Hardback (HB): SB
  • Thickness in mm: 24
  • Total Pages: 375
  • Weight in grams: 510
  • Width in mm: 210

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