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Archie's Letter - An Anzac Day Story for children

Archie's Letter - An Anzac Day Story for children
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On Anzac Day 2010, a 96-year-old man in Hobart, a returned soldier from World War II, wrote a letter to the local paper thanking the people who were going to that morning's dawn service. Who was this man? Why did he write this letter?

Archie's Letter tells the story of Arch Flanagan, an ordinary man who went off to fight in World War II. His experiences included surviving the Burma Railway, where he was under the command of Australian war hero, Weary Dunlop. Archie's Letter also tells how he dealt with his wartime experiences; how, at the age of 91, he agreed to meet a group of elderly Japanese women interested in world peace; how he could never forget the young men who were with him during the war and who didn't come back.

Published: 2011
Format: softcover
Pages: 38
Illustrations: colour
SKU SKU18575
Quantity in stock 1 item(s) available
Weight 0.35 kg
Author Martin Flanagan
ISBN 9780980794878
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