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William Gow's Anzac Diary - serving with the 3rd Field Ambulance at Gallipoli

William Gow's Anzac Diary - serving with the 3rd Field Ambulance at Gallipoli
 
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In August 1914 Bill Gow was among the first Tasmanians to answer the call of King and Empire for the war against Germany.

As a member of the 3rd Field Ambulance in the Australian Expeditionary Force, he was trained to tend the sick and wounded in battlefield hospitals. But instead of Europe, he found himself at a place called Gallipoli.

Published: 2014
Format: softcover
Pages: 128
Illustrations: black and white photos
Indexed
SKU SKU18844
Quantity in stock 2 item(s) available
Weight 0.35 kg
Author Julian Burgess
ISBN 9780992472740
 
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