With the Twenty Second by Eugene Gorman and revised by Carl Johnson
From the beaches of Anzac Cove to the gas-ridden trenches of the Western Front, from under the shadows of the pyramids to the rolling plains of Stonehenge, such was the ground traversed by the Twenty Second (Victorian) Infantry Battalion during World War One.
This beautifully presented revised edition of the original 1919 regimental history narrated by Captain Eugene Gorman M.C. now carries for the first time the Nominal Roll listing the nearly five thousand men who were proud to wear the red and purple diamond. To this has been added several hundred photographs of these men and of the battlefronts on which they fought and died.
Price includes postage in Australia