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By Dolan, Hugh; Threlfall, Adrian
The little-known story of Reg Saunders, the first Indigenous Australian to become an officer in the Army, retold in action-packed graphic format. Reg Saunders MBE (1920-90) not only survived the World War II battlefields in the Middle East, North Africa, Greece, Crete and New Gui...nea, but excelled as a military leader.Read more
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By Dolan, Hugh
From the creator of the historical comics Reg Saunders and Gallipoli: The Landing comes a dynamic graphic-novel treatment of the story of Edward Ned Kelly. With all the action rendered in full colour, high school readers and fans of graphic novels alike will see the story of Aust...ralia's most famous bushranger come alive.Read more
By Dolan, Hugh; By (artist) Gardiner, Mal
The truth about the assault on Gallipoli is finally being told - panel by panel. Gallipoli takes the events of 25 April 1915 and presents them in a full-colour comic that's both action-packed and historically accurate. Hugh Dolan and Mal Gardiner bring the real story to life, des...cribing the lead-up and the attack on Gallipoli in detail - from both sides of the fighting.Read more
By Dolan, Hugh; Illustrated by Dye, Dave
Brings alive life on the Victorian goldfields. This book tells us about power, settlement and the growth of the colony. It tells us about rights, and what matters. The reader is challenged to investigate - like a detective, you must sift through different accounts and reach your ...own understanding.Read more
When Australian troops stormed Z Beach in the pre-dawn darkness of 25 April 1915, it was the culmination of one of the most complex and daunting operations in the history of warfare -- a seaborne assault on a heavily fortified shore, defended by a well-prepared and forewarned arm...y.Read more
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The dramatic and almost unknown account of the war fought high above the Gallipoli peninsula, as the fragile biplanes of the Royal Flying Corps and the sea planes of the Royal Navy battled both the elements and the Turkish Air Force.
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