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The harrowing, dramatic and profoundly moving story of the Australian and New Zealand nurses who served in the Great War.
'Compelling...' - The Australian
By the end of the Great War, forty-five Australian and New Zealand nurses had died on overseas service and over two hundred had been decorated. These were the women who left for war looking for adventure and romance but were soon confronted with challenges for which their civilian lives could never have prepared them. Their strength and dignity were remarkable.
Using diaries and letters, Peter Rees takes us into the hospital camps and the wards and the tent surgeries on the edge of some of the most horrific battlefronts of human history. But he also allows the friendships and loves of these courageous and compassionate women to enrich their experiences, and ours.
Profoundly moving, The Other Anzacs is a story of extraordinary courage and humanity shown by a group of women whose contribution to the Anzac legend has barely been recognised in our history. Peter Rees has changed that understanding forever.
About the Author
Peter Rees has been a journalist for forty years, working as federal political correspondent for the Melbourne Sun, the West Australian and the Sunday Telegraph. He is the author of The Boy from Boree Creek: The Tim Fischer Story (2001), Tim Fischer's Outback Heroes (2002), and Killing Juanita: A true story of murder and corruption (2004), which was a winner of the 2004 Ned Kelly Award for Australian crime writing. He lives in Canberra.
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Comments about The Other Anzacs:
This story deserved to be better handled. The topic was relevant, but sadly each chapter reading like another. Disappointing
Number Of Pages: 384
Published: 1st November 2009
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.3 x 3.1
Weight (kg): 0.6
Edition Number: 1