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ANZACS: Australians at War, MacDougall, A. K.
21 MacDougall, A. K. ANZACS: Australians at War
Chatswood, NSW, Australia The Currawong Press 1994 0730103595 / 9780730103592 First Thus Hardcover Very Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
288pp., frontispiece, intext b/white halftone plates (mostly archival) throughout. Book clean. Spine firm, nominally cocked. Leaves clean. Illustrated (montage-style) gloss boards mildly faded on spine, abraded on upper rear foredge corner, otherwise very good. No dustjacket. The story of the ANZAC soldier and the arenas in which they have gallantly fought . . . Contents include: Prelims., The Long March Begins, First World War 1914-1918. Second World War 1939-1945. Uncertain Peace: Korea, Malaya, Vietnam, Gulf War. The VCs, Refs., Index, more. Book weight approx. 900g. 
Price: 23.68 AUD
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BLOOD AND IRON : The Battle for Kokoda 1942, McAuley, Lex
22 McAuley, Lex BLOOD AND IRON : The Battle for Kokoda 1942
Milsons Point, N.S.W., Australia Arrow/Random House 1992 0091826284 / 9780091826284 First Thus Softcover Very Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
432pp., b/white maps, plus 16 page, b/white, photographically-illustrated section. Book clean, square. Spine firm. Leaves clean, a hint of tanning to textblock edges, and several leaves have a soft corner crease. Illustrated card wrapper has a soft corner crease to front and rear panels. "Lex McAuley tells the full story of the Kokoda campaign - from the beginning, when an untried force of Australians went to do battle with a Japanese army which had swept aside all before it in its relentless drive through southeast Asia, to the victorious conclusion, with the Australians emerging as victors. The Japanese side of the campaign is also described in some detail." Contents include: 6 chapters, Appendices, Acks and Sources, Footnotes, Bibliography, Index. "LEST WE FORGET". Book weight approx. 325g. Postage charge will be reduced as this item will post under 500g. packed weight. 
Price: 12.75 AUD
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POMPEY ELLIOTT.   (Signed Copy), McMullin, Ross
23 McMullin, Ross POMPEY ELLIOTT. (Signed Copy)
Carlton North, VIC, Australia Scribe Publications 2008 192137201X / 9781921372018 Revised Softcover Very Good + 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall Signed by Author
xv, + 718pp., two unpaginated b/white halftone plate sections (mostly candid illustrations), plus several intext maps. Book clean and square. Spine firm, with no reading creases. Signed and dated by author on title page, else leaves clean and unmarked. Art-illustrated (Details: 'Pompey Elliott, Bill McInnes) card wrapper obliquely creased on lower foredge corner, else minor crease on upper foredge corner. Surprisingly little has been written about this charismatic, controversial, and outstandingly successful Australian 'Great War' soldier. This masterly work retrieves a significant Australian from relative obscurity and places his monumental contribution predominantly in Australian war history . . . Contents include; Prelims., Introduction, 25 chapters, Bibliography, Notes, Acks., Index. More. Harold Edward ('Pompey') Elliott was born in Victoria, Australia on 19 June, 1878. Towards the end of his life deepening bouts of depression took hold of him, and, after several attempts, he committed suicide in March 1931, aged 52 . . . "LEST WE FORGET" . Book weight approx. 685g. 
Price: 38.25 AUD
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GALLIPOLI, Moorehead, Alan
24 Moorehead, Alan GALLIPOLI
Pymble, N.S.W., Australia Cornstalk Publishing 1992 0333501136 / 9780333501139 Reprint Hardcover Very Good + 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
318pp., numerous b/white art and photographic illustrations, plus several maps, throughout. Book clean, square. Spine firm. Leaves clean and unmarked. Gloss, illustrated boards minimally surface indented. Foreword, plus boxed information and captions, by historian Ann Moyal. Contents include: Foreword, Author's Note, 17 chapters, Epilogue, Bibliography, Bibliography for Boxed Information and Captions, Index. Book weight approx. 880g. * Customers outside Australia - This item will incur extra postage charges as it will weigh over 1KG. with packing. Please email for quote. 
Price: 18.22 AUD
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HMAS DIAMANTINA : Australia's Last River Class Frigate, 1945-1980  (Signed Copy), Nunan, Peter
25 Nunan, Peter HMAS DIAMANTINA : Australia's Last River Class Frigate, 1945-1980 (Signed Copy)
McCrae, Victoria, Australia Slouch Hat Publications 2005 0957975279 / 9780957975279 First Edition Softcover Very Good + 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall Signed by Author
160pp., b/white photographic frontispiece (crew massed), plus intext halftone plates and facsimiles throughout. Book clean and square. Spine firm. Colour-art illustrated (Phil Belbin) card wrapper lightly bumped, with small indentations. Signed by author on title page, a highlighted annotation (service reference) on one page, else leaves clean. 'Diamantina' is Australia's largest World War II survivor and the last of over 200 river class and variant frigates that the Allies built during that conflict. In two commissions between 1945 and 1980 'Diamantina' gave outstanding service to the Australian nation - in war, peace, Cold War and in oceanographic research. This is her story. Contents include: Prelims., Intro., 9 chapters, Appendices x 4, Index. Book weight approx. 410g. 
Price: 40.99 AUD
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THE CHANGI BROWNLOW, Perry, Roland
26 Perry, Roland THE CHANGI BROWNLOW
Sydney, N.S.W., Australia Hachette 2010 0733624642 / 9780733624643 First Edition, First Impression Softcover Very Good + 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
376pp., 2 x b/white maps. Book clean, square. Spine firm. Leaves clean. Illustrated card wrapper has soft vertical reading crease to front panel. "In the harshness and brutality of Changi prison a group of Australian POWs dug deep and fought to maintain their spirit in the best way they knew how - Australian Rules Football . . . Together they formed six teams that played a season, culminating in 'Victoria' versus 'the Rest of Australia' - with the Changi Brownlow winner declared before the final game . . . " Contents include: 44 chapters, Notes, Bibliography, Acks., Index. Book weight approx. 540g. 
Price: 25.05 AUD
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ALL ABOUT SID: The Story of a Gunner in World War II  (Signed Copy), Raggett, Sidney George
27 Raggett, Sidney George ALL ABOUT SID: The Story of a Gunner in World War II (Signed Copy)
Mornington, Victoria, Australia Self Published (S.G. Raggett) 1991 0646028359 / 9780646028354 First Edition Hardcover and Dustjacket Very Good + Very Good + 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall Signed by Author
xiii, 196pp., b/white author portrait frontispiece, plus intext halftone plates, sketch-drawings and a map. Book clean and square. Nominally bumped spine firm. Blue boards very good. Signed by author (using a black fine-line pen) over frontispiece, else text-block unmarked. Printed, loose-plastic protected dustjacket trivially shelfworn only. "This is not a unit history but the story of one (Australian) soldier prior to, during, and after World War II . . . " Sidney George Raggett (1918-1994), served in the 2/2nd Field Regiment and other units . . . Contents include: Prelims, 13 chapters, Postscript. Book weight approx. 485g. 
Price: 24.44 AUD
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ANZAC GIRLS : The Extraordinary Story of Our World War I Nurses, Rees, Peter
28 Rees, Peter ANZAC GIRLS : The Extraordinary Story of Our World War I Nurses
Crows Nest, N.S.W., Australia Allen & Unwin 2014 1743319827 / 9781743319826 First Thus, 9th Impression Softcover Very Good + 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
xviii, + 363pp., plus unpaginated (48 page) b/white halftone plate section. Book clean and square. Spine firm. Illustrated card wrapper lightly edgeworn. Textblock lightly tanned, else unmarked. First published by Allen & Unwin in 2008 as 'The Other Anzacs'. This edition tells the profoundly moving story of the extraordinary courage and humanity shown by Australian and New Zealand nurses during World War One. Forty-five died in overseas service and hundreds were decorated. This is their story . . . Contents include: Prelims., Introduction, Gallipoli. The Marquette. The Western Front. Honour Rolls: Australian and New Zealand World War One Nurses. Notes, Bibliography, Acks., Index. LEST WE FORGET. Book weight approx. 620g. 
Price: 18.80 AUD
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A GREAT RISK IN A GOOD CAUSE : Australians in Greece and Crete April-May 1941, Reid, Dr. Richard (Researched and Written by)
29 Reid, Dr. Richard (Researched and Written by) A GREAT RISK IN A GOOD CAUSE : Australians in Greece and Crete April-May 1941
Australia Department of Veterans' Affairs 2001 1877007005 / 9781877007002 First Edition Softcover Very Good + 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
iv, + 162pp., b/white photographic illustrations throughout, two b/white maps. Book clean, square. Spine firm. Leaves clean. Illustrated card wrapper negligibly surface scuffed only. " . . . tells the story of the Australian participation in the battle for Greece and Crete in April-May 1941. In March-April 1941 Australians, mainly men and women of the 6th Division AIF (Australian Imperial Force) were sent, as part of a larger British Empire force, to defend Greece. On 9 April, Germany invaded the country and by the end of the month the British Empire and Greek armies had been defeated. Most of the British force, including the Australians, was evacuated by the British Royal Navy and elements of the Royal Australian Navy to Egypt or to the island of Crete. On 20 May, German paratroopers invaded Crete and by 29 May the island had fallen . . . " Book weight approx. 450g. 
Price: 18.80 AUD
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FOR VALOUR: Australians and the Victoria Cross, Reid, Richard
30 Reid, Richard FOR VALOUR: Australians and the Victoria Cross
Australia Sprintpak/Australia Post Philatelic Group 2000 0642368023 / 9780642368027 First Edition Softcover Very Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
40pp., colour and b/white halftone plate illustrations throughout. Booklet clean and square. Spine firm, lightly bumped. Illustrated card wrapper mildly pressure marked, else very good. Textblock unmarked. Published to coincide with an Australia Post stamp series of VC winners, in 'For Valour', Richard Reid recounts the stories of some of Australia's VCs - stories of heroism and courage, of loyalty and self-sacrifice, stories of ordinary men caught up in extraordinary circumstances . . . Contents include: Prelims., The Victoria Cross, Boer War 1899-1902, World War I 1914-1918, World War 2 1939-1945, Vietnam War 1962-72, Remembering the VCs, Australia's VCs. Post publication, the heroism of Australian military personnel continues in the fields of conflict . . . LEST WE FORGET. Booklet weight approx. 240g. *Postage charge will be reduced as this item will post under 500g. packed weight. 
Price: 14.10 AUD
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AUSTRALIA GOES TO WAR 1939 - 1945, Robertson, John
31 Robertson, John AUSTRALIA GOES TO WAR 1939 - 1945
Lane Cove, NSW, Australia Doubleday Australia 1984 0868241555 / 9780868241555 First Thus Hardcover and Dustjacket Very Good Very Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
224pp., intext illustrations throughout: mostly b/white archival photographic halftone plates, with several in colour. Book clean and square. Spine firm, lightly bumped on head and heel. Plain boards shelfworn on foot, else unmarked. Textblock pristine. Colour-art illustrated ('Ballet of Wind and Rain', Colin Colahan, 1945) loose-plastic protected dustjacket minimally edgeworn only. Previously published as 'Australia at War 1939-1945', Heinemann, Melbourne, 1981, this book is a concise account of Australia's contribution to the war effort . . . Contents include: Prelims., Explanatory Notes, Introduction, 23 chapters, Australian Armed Services, Casualties, Sources, Index. LEST WE FORGET. Book weight approx. 1.03 KG. *Customers outside Australia - This item will incur extra postage charges as it weighs over 1KG. Please email for quote. 
Price: 22.56 AUD
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THE WAR DESPATCHES OF KENNETH SLESSOR : Official Australian Correspondent, 1940-1944, Slessor, Kenneth (Edited By Clement Semmler)
32 Slessor, Kenneth (Edited By Clement Semmler) THE WAR DESPATCHES OF KENNETH SLESSOR : Official Australian Correspondent, 1940-1944
St Lucia, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia University of Queensland Press 1987 0702220760 / 9780702220760 First Edition Hardcover and Dustjacket Good + Good + Large 8vo 
xi, + 493pp., b/white maps, plus 16 page, b/white, photographically-illustrated section. Book clean, square. Spine firm, gilt title there-on. Plain maroon boards (gilt title to front panel) mildly edge-rubbed and bumped. Leaves clean, albeit tanned. Several finger marks to gold-coloured endpapers, which have a soft crease to ffep. Illustrated, loose-plastic protected dustjacket softly edge-creased, minor indentations, several edge nicks, corner crease to front flap. "Kenneth Slessor - Australia's official war correspondent in World War II - was arguably our finest poet. He was also a dedicated and capable journalist and an elegant prose stylist. His war despatches are a fascinating and memorable record of the daily lives of the men of the AIF and the RAAF with whom he lived for four years . . ." Book weight approx. 1.05 KG. * Buyers outside Australia - This item will incur extra postage charges as it weighs over 1KG. Please email for quote. 
Price: 16.39 AUD
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CRUEL CONFLICT: The Triumph and Tragedy of HMAS Perth, Spurling, Kathryn
33 Spurling, Kathryn CRUEL CONFLICT: The Triumph and Tragedy of HMAS Perth
Chatswood, N.S.W., Australia New Holland Publishers (Australia) 2008 1741107385 / 9781741107388 First Edition, First Impression Softcover Very Good + 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
336pp., unpaginated b/white halftone plate section (images from archival and private sources). Intext map and author dedication halftone plate. Book clean and square. Spine firm. Photographically-illustrated ('Ship's Company, War Compliment, Alexandria, 1940'. Courtesy of Basil Hayler) card wrapper mildly bumped on foredge corners. Textblock unmarked. This is the story of the men who served on HMAS Perth between 1939 and 1942 when she was lost to enemy action in the Sunda Strait, Java. Less than half (328 of the crew of 681) survived. Those who did survive were then transferred to Japanese POW camps. Just 214 of the men returned to Australia at the end of the war . . . Contents include: Prelims., Foreword, Preface, Abbs., Timeline, Map, 14 chapters, Endnotes, Bibliography, Index. LEST WE FORGET. Book weight approx. 595g. 
Price: 16.92 AUD
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PACIFIC FURY : How Australia and Her Allies Defeated the Japanese Scourge, Thompson, Peter
34 Thompson, Peter PACIFIC FURY : How Australia and Her Allies Defeated the Japanese Scourge
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia William Heinemann, Australia (Random House Australia) 2008 1741667089 / 9781741667080 First Thus, First Impression Hardcover and Dustjacket Near Fine Very Good + 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
xxviii, + 548pp., unpaginated b/white halftone plate sections (some illustrations candid, others confronting). Intext theatre maps. Book clean and square. Vivid silver title over firm spine. Plain black boards undamaged. Text-block pristine. Duo-tone, pictorially-illustrated, loose-plastic protected dustjacket nominally edgeworn only. Based on exclusive interviews with eyewitnesses and other sources, Peter Thompson presents for the first time an account of the Pacific conflict that places Australian voices and action at the heart of the struggle . . . Contents include: Prelims., Maps, Note, Introduction, 1/ Rising Sun 1853-1941. 2/ Darkest Days 1941-1942. 3/ Afternoon Light 1942-1944. 4/ Atomic Sunset, 1944-45. Epilogue, Notes & Refs., Bibliography, Index. "LEST WE FORGET". Book weight approx. 975g. * Buyers outside Australia - This item will incur extra postage charges as it will weigh over 1KG. with packing. Please email for quote. 
Price: 20.68 AUD
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THE WEWAK MISSION: Coastwatchers at War in New Guinea, Veale, Lionel
35 Veale, Lionel THE WEWAK MISSION: Coastwatchers at War in New Guinea
Ashmore City, Queensland, Australia Lionel Veale 2005 0646283162 / 9780646283166 Fourth Impression Hardcover and Dustjacket Very Good + Very Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
ix, + 310pp., map endpapers. Intext b/white halftone plates throughout. Book clean. Spine firm, slightly canted. Colour-illustrated gloss boards nominally bumped only. Textblock pristine. Colour-illustrated (as boards), loose-plastic protected dustjacket lightly edgeworn only. Seventy years on, the story of Australia's courageous coastwatchers, and the brave New Guineans who aided them, is told by Lionel Veale, providing the reader with an authentic image of the hazardous missions that were factors in every coastwatchers party assignment as they penetrated and worked behind enemy lines. Contents include: Prelims., 23 emotive chapters, Glossary, Index. Dedicated to the forty-seven coastwatchers who gave their lives . . . most were beheaded after intense interrogation. Their only crime was the defense of their homeland Australia, and their loved ones. LEST WE FORGET. Book weight approx. 810g. *Customers outside Australia - This item will incur extra postage charges as it will weigh over 1KG. with packing. Please email for quote. 
Price: 94.00 AUD
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ALL OF 28, AND MORE : The Diary of Edgar Wilkie.   (Signed Copy), Wilkie, Edgar (Edited and Introduction By William Wilkie)
36 Wilkie, Edgar (Edited and Introduction By William Wilkie) ALL OF 28, AND MORE : The Diary of Edgar Wilkie. (Signed Copy)
Brisbane, QLD, Australia W.C. & S.M. Wilkie 1987 0958915229 / 9780958915229 First Edition Softcover Very Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall Signed by Editor
vii, + 171pp., candid halftone plates, and facsimile illustrations, throughout. Book clean. Spine firm, but mildly cocked. Inscription, signed by compiler/introducer 'Bill' Wilkie (the author's nephew) on title page, otherwise leaves clean. Illustrated card wrapper lightly bumped and edgeworn only. Lead in with entries of QX2984 Private L.E.G. Wilkie 2/10 Fd. Workshops 2nd AIF. Tragically, Edgar Wilkie died as a prisoner-of-war in Japan, in July 1945 . . . Contents, in three 'parts': 1/ Family Tree. 2/ Diary and Letters. 3/ What Became of Them?. Refs. "LEST WE FORGET". Book weight approx. 300g. Postage charge will be reduced as this item will post under 500g. packed weight. 
Price: 34.61 AUD
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37 Williams, Len (Edited By Keith Williams) LETTERS TO MOTHER FROM A WWII RAAF PILOT
Cremorne, NSW, Australia Keith Williams 1990 0646000373 / 9780646000374 First Edition Softcover Good+ 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
xxii, + 175pp., area maps, and candid (mostly contemporary) b/white halftone plate illustrations throughout. Book clean and square. Spine firm. Leaves clean. Illustrated (letter writer's portrait) card wrapper edgeworn and mildly creased. A series of 'letters home' to his family by RAAF No. 403246 Sergeant Pilot Leonard Stanley Williams, from April 1941, when he was at the Embarkation Depot at Pearce, Western Australia, training schools in Southern Rhodesia, and South Africa, on to England, and Scotland...On 6 August, 1942, Len's aircraft, on which he was second pilot, failed to return from anti-submarine patrol over the North Sea... "LEST WE FORGET". Book weight approx. 370g. Postage charge will be reduced as this item will post under 500g. packed weight. 
Price: 13.62 AUD
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38 Wooldridge, Dr. Michael (Edited By Eleanor McCoy) SEARCHLIGHT ON WORLD WAR II. Chisholm Remembers 1995
Parliament House, Canberra, ACT Chisholm Australia Remembers 1945-1995 Committee C/- Dr Michael Wooldridge MP 1995 First Edition Softcover Very Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
(vi) + 186pp., intext b/white illustrations, many being archival halftones, plus line-drawn sketches. Book clean and square. Spine firm. Leaves clean. Pictorially-illustrated ('Seven Cooks Went To War': The Cook Brothers of Box Hill) card wrapper slightly bumped and edgeworn, plus a former owner's details on inside front wrap. With participating support from Dr Michael Wooldridge MP, former member for Chisholm, and edited by Eleanor McCoy, this project, in remembrance of the fiftieth year since the end of World War Two, consists of recollections of people touched by the war. The oral reports were recorded by local school-age children. Contents include many poignant stories, dispersed over seven 'parts'. Book weight approx. 570g. 
Price: 15.98 AUD
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KEEPING INFORMATION FROM THE ENEMY (Third Edition). September, 1943, [Compiled by Military Intelligence, A.M.F.)
39 [Compiled by Military Intelligence, A.M.F.) KEEPING INFORMATION FROM THE ENEMY (Third Edition). September, 1943
Brisbane, QLD, Australia A.H.Tucker, Government Printer 1943 Third Edition Staplebound Softcover Booklet Good 12mo - over 6" - 7" tall 
40pp. Booklet saddle-stitched, staple-bound format. Staples mildly rusted, but still holding. Printed grey pressings wrapper edgeworn and creased, random flecks, plus hand-written on upper front margin: "AD MI circulated to all ranks". Text-block lightly tanned, flecked and bumped on foredge corners. Instructional overview of how information is gathered by intelligence units and how the enemy can utilise gleaned information . . . Contents include; Intro., 8 chapters. Booklet weight approx. 40g. Postage charge will be reduced as this item will post under 500g. packed weight. 
Price: 37.22 AUD
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40 [Compiled by] H.J. Silversides THE DIGGER BOOK 1954: An Annual Publication of Digger Humor
No Details [Printed By Clyde Press, Thornbury, Victoria, australia] 1954 First Edition Staplebound Limp Wraps Booklet Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Unpaginted [16 pages]. Several small, intext, b/w sketch illustrations. Staple [one, central] firm and holding. [Pink] leaves clean, one short margin tear, else good. Illustrated [two-colour], grey pressings limp wrapper has a minor abraded area, several specks and edgewear. With a disclaimer regarding Returned Servicemen's Organizations, contents include: Anecdotes, Humor, Poetry, Prose, One-liners and Refreshment recipes [for your next party . . . ]. Booklet weight approx. 50g. Postage charge will be reduced as this item will post under 500g. packed weight. 
Price: 8.52 AUD
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