Author(s): Christopher Pugsley
An insightful and well illustrated look into New Zealan's involvement with the assault on the Gallipoli peninsula
Spine is faded. Some shelf wear to cover. Interior tidy.
Christopher Puglsey is a freelance historian and lives in Wellington. He served as a professional soldier in the New Zealand Army, retiring as a Lieutenant-Colonel in 1988 to pursue his interest as a historian. This book was originally published in 1998 to great critical acclaim. His other books include Te Hokowhitu a Tu (1995), a history of the Maori Pioneer Battalion in the First World War, and Scars on the Heart (1996) a military history of New Zealand.