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Cobbers in Khaki - the History of the 8th Battalion, 1914 - 1919 (2nd Edition)

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Title: Cobbers in Khaki - the History of the 8th Battalion, 1914 - 1919

Author: Austin, Ronald

Condition: Mint

Edition: 2nd Edition

Publication Date: 2004

ISBN: 0646290452

Cover: Soft Cover without Dust Jacket - 314 pages

Comments: The detailed history of the Eighth Battalion AIF during World War One.

The 8th Infantry Battalion was formed in  August 1914, and recruited from Ballarat, central and western Victoria. Originally led by Lieutenant Colonel Bolton, the 8th Battalion served with distinction in Egypt, Gallipoli, France and Belgium.

Three members of the 8th Battalion were awarded the Victoria Cross - Lieutenant Joynt, Privates Cooke and Beatham. The most decorated member of the 8th Battalion was Captain Percy Lay. During his service on the Western Front, Percy Lay was awarded the Military Cross, the Distinguished Conduct Medal, the Military Medal and the Croix de Guerre.

Nominal Roll included

 


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