Battle Histories

History of the WWI Battle - Battlefield Archaeology - Then and Now - Weapons Used (Tanks Artillery Guns), Battalion History of Battles


  • Gallipoli ANZAC 1915
    <p>Only the Best Anzac Books Many Australian Gallipoli Books have been written on the various Anzac campaigns, especially Australia’s most famous battle, The Landing at Gallipoli. Every year we commemorate the campaign on the 25th of April, the anniversary of the landing at Anzac ‘Z Beach’, as an influential event that shaped World War One and Australian history. Here we’ve gathered together the best Gallipoli books, both new and used editions, as a resource for military historian and enthusiasts. From first-hand accounts through to detailed analysis of the battle plans, we stock a wide range of publications. Should you not spot the book you’re after, please contact us.</p>
  • Western Front Belgium / France 1916-1919
    <p>Military Books and Military Media relating to Western Front Belgium / France 1916-1919</p>
  • Sinai & Palestine
    <p>Books and Media relating to Sinai Palestine - Light Horse Battles</p>
  • World War One Weapons of the Battle
    <p>War Books relating to the Weapons used on the Battlefield during WW1. The 1st World War was the first war to use many of the weapons that were refined dramatically over the next century - aircraft, tanks, machine guns are but a few.</p>
  • Australian Official Histories
    <p>Charles Bean, Australia's Official Historian, began collecting information for Australian War Memorial Official Military Histories from the start of WW1. More than 20 years after the war, the Official Histories for Australian Army had grown to 12 Volumes spanning all operations. These include the campaigns at Gallipoli, the Western Front, the Light Horse Regiments in the Sinai and Palestine, specialised volumes about the Australian Flying Corps, Royal Australian Navy, the war in Civil Australia and a the last volume was a Photographic Volume.</p>
  • Maps
    <p>Collection of Maps Relating to Australian Operations in WW1</p>