By Robert Macklin
But what's it that makes those notable infantrymen danger every little thing in defence in their state and their friends? famous biographer Robert Macklin tells the inspirational tale of fifteen Australian recipients of the Victoria and George Crosses, from Neville Howse in South Africa in 1900 to the heroes of the nice battle reminiscent of Albert Jacka, 'Diver' Derrick within the moment global battle, and Keith Payne in Vietnam in 1969.
'An first-class ebook on an issue that has understandably retained public curiosity over the years.' - Steve Gower, Director, Australian warfare Memorial
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