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Lieutenant Martin's Letters - An Anzac in the Great War

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Title: Lieutenant Martin's Letters - An Anzac in the Great War

Author: McCosker, Anne

Condition: Near Mint

Edition: 1st Edition

Publication Date: 2013

ISBN: 9781908336651

Cover: Soft Cover without Dust Jacket - 274 pages

Comments: Frederick William Scott Martin,  MM,  1895 - 1917 was Anne McCosker's uncle - her mother's only brother.  

He joined the A.I.F. (Australian Imperial Force) in 1915 after being part of the ill-fated Kennedy regiment expedition to help seize control of German New Guinea.  He fought at Gallipoli, and the Western Front.  

He was killed at Polygon Wood, Passchendaele in 1917. 

Anne has edited her uncle's wartime correspondence to his family and placed individual letters in their historical context.  

She has written this book in Weymouth, Dorset, ENGLAND, a mile from the Westham Anzac camp where her uncle convalesced for six months in 1916.


  • Item: RB15262
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