A Century of ANZACS
|By||Jason K. Foster|
|Book Size||268 x 247 x 27 mm (H x W x D)|
|Imprint||New Holland Publishers|
|Release Date||24 Feb 2014|
|Subject Classification||True stories / True war & combat stories|
The ANZAC tradition was forged on the killing fields of Gallipoli in 1915 and the legend grew throughout the decades at places such as Tobruk, Singapore, Kokoda and Long Tan. A CENTURY OF ANZACS is a pictorial history of Australia's involvement in more than a hundred years of war, conflict and peacekeeping, starting with colonial wars in New Zealand and South Africa in the 1800's, right up to our modern peacekeeping roles in Timor, Iraq and Afghanistan.
With introductions that provide an overview of each conflict in which Australia and New Zealand have served, A CENTURY OF ANZACS includes hundreds of rare and evocative images of courage, sacrifice and duty. The book is a tribute to the men and women who served their country in the past, and the present day soldiers and personnel who continue the ANZAC tradition on the international stage.
Jason K. Foster
Jason K Foster is a history teacher based in Sydney who has written several novels and historical texts across a wide-range of genres, ranging from true crime to military history. His major New Holland titles include, A Century of Anzacs, Instant Aussie and in the Young Read series, Captain Cook and Refugees: The Story of Displace Peoples