Australian 29th Battalion History During WW1 - BLACK AND GOLD Book

Australian 29th Battalion History During WW1 - BLACK AND GOLD


Black and Gold The History of the 29th Battalion 1915-18 by Ron Austin

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29th Battalion WW1



29th Battalion Black and Gold Book has been meticulously researched by the Australian Military Author Ron Austin.
The Official Records have been woven together with soldiers personal records, veteran reports, diaries and letters, numerous photographs of the soldiers have also been included in this history. This book is the best history of the Australian 29th Battalion during WW1.

NOTE - This Book is now out of print - not to reprinted.

Follows the couragous efforts of this Battalion from its first battle at the tragic Fromelles on the 19th July 1916 and onwards through the following battles:

Somme, 1916-18

Bapaume, 1917

Bullecourt Ypres, 1917 Menin Road Polygon Wood Broodseinde Poelcappelle Passchendaele Ancre, 1918 Amiens Albert, 1918 Mont St. Quentin Hindenburg Line St. Quentin Canal

An Honour Roll, Honour and Award Roll, Nominal Roll of all Members - divided between Original men and the men of Reinforcements complete this valuable addition to Australian military history

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Book Condition:
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Publication Date:
First printed in 1997 this reprint from 2008
Dimensions in mm :
170 x 245 x 14
Cover Type:
Stiff Card Boards Printed Laminate

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