By Australian War Memorial,Peter Burness
Both as a testomony to the braveness of Australians at warfare, and as a advisor to Australia's cultural legacy, Australians on the nice warfare: 1914-1918 is the suitable introduction.
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Australians at The Great War 1914-1918: Australian War Memorial by Australian War Memorial,Peter Burness