By Ferrall Charles & Pugsley ChristopherBy Pugsley, Christopher
"New Zealand Gallipoli veterans were interviewed in the 1980s about their experiences in the war - this book collects their memories of their time on Gallipoli and provides first-hand accounts of what it was like. It is supplemented with an introduction by Christopher Pugsley and... Charles Ferrall that gives an overview of the events at Gallipoli, plus maps and photographs"--Publisher information.Read more
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Christopher Pugsley is one of New Zealand's leading military historians. His career as a historian began with the 1984 documentary for which these interviews were recorded, during which time he wrote Gallipoli: The New Zealand Story, which is now in its fifth edition. Charles Ferrall lectures in the English Programme of Victoria University of Wellington. He has written and edited books on early twentieth-century literature and culture, and is the co-editor of How We Remember: New Zealanders and the First World War, also published by Victoria University Press.
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