South Melbourne, VIC, Australia, Oxford University Press: 2000
Edition: First Edition.
xiv, + 306pp., intext, mostly candid, b/white halftone plates throughout. Book clean and square. Lightly bumped spine firm. Plain black boards undamaged. Several minor splash specks on textblock top edge, else leaves unmarked. Duo-tone, pictorially-illustrated, loose-plastic protected dustjacket minimally edgeworn only. From the jacket flap: "Greg Kerr traces the experiences of about 160 participants in the Great War, using 200 rare photographs to illustrate the front line as seen by soldiers, and to profile the reality behind the mythical ANZACS . . . retraces the jpourney of Australian t... View More...