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Remembering Gallipoli : Interviews With New Zealand Gallipoli Veterans (Paperback) (Christopher Pugsley)
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‘I was so young and I couldn’t join up quick enough.’ Private Walter (‘Wattie’) Pukuae Barclay, NZ&A Divisional Headquarters ‘Everybody told us that it’d only last six months. We thought we’d just about get to the other side of the world and the war would be over.’ Trooper James Simpkins, Auckland Mounted Rifles ‘I came back. All the others died over there. They were all killed, and I don’t know why I wasn’t.’ Trooper John (‘Polly’) Edward Parrant, Wellington Mounted RiflesRemembering Gallipoli tells the story of Gallipoli in the words of the soldiers who fought there, taken from interviews towards the end of their lives. Immediate, vivid and engrossing, it is an important record of a pivotal moment in New Zealand’s history.
Number of Pages: 323
Sub-Genre: Military / World War II
Publisher: Paul & Co Pub Consortium
Author: Christopher Pugsley
Street Date: January 1, 2016
Item Number (DPCI): 248-12-5187
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