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  • Down in the Drinkby Ralph Barker

    Headline 2012; Not Available

    One of the Remarkable True Stories of WWII series. Tales ofextraordinary courage and survival. more...

  • The Honour and the Shameby John Kenneally

    Headline 2012; Not Available

    Many years after becoming the youngest person ever to be awarded the VC for attacking a company of Panzer Grenadiers on his own - an action that proved a turning point in one of the major battles of the Second World War - John Kenneally made an extraordinary confession. The courageous hero of the Irish Guards, who had taken on a whole company single-handed... more...

  • Don't Say Goodbyeby Fiona Stanford

    Hodder & Stoughton 2011; Not Available

    When you fall in love with someone serving in the Armed Forces, it's hard to imagine the impact their career will have on your life. In Don't Say Goodbye, Fiona Stanford tells the untold story of the people left behind when our soldiers go off to fight. She reveals the hidden side to modern conflict - the story of the families, but in particular... more...

  • Soldier for a Summerby Housam Najjair

    Hachette Ireland 2013; Not Available

    Housam 'Sam' Najjair was born in Dublin to an Irish mother and a Libyan father. In June 2011, as his father's home country was being torn apart by civil war, he left Ireland on a one-way ticket to Tunisia, crossing into war-torn Libya, to join the uprising against the dictator Gaddafi. Soldier for a Summer charts his journey - from his arrival... more...

  • War Behind the Wireby Michael Caulfield

    Hachette Australia 2010; Not Available

    Michael Caulfield presents accounts of Australian prisoners of war, capturing the Aussie spirit that manages to endure through all. more...

  • The Tiger Man of Vietnamby Frank Walker

    Hachette Australia 2010; Not Available

    As he flew over South East Asia towards Vietnam, Captain Barry Petersen struggled to keep an aura of calm. Inwardly he was incredibly excited. Aged 28, highly trained, with experience in anti-communist guerilla warfare, he was about to embark on the biggest and most important mission of his life.' In 1963, Australian Army Captain Barry Petersen was... more...

  • The Man Who Saw Too Muchby John Little

    Hachette Australia 2010; Not Available

    Over the past forty years David Brill has covered wars and disasters all over the world. He filmed the fall of Saigon. He was in Moscow during the collapse of communism. He has covered countless other conflicts and natural disasters in Asia, Africa and North and South America. He has been single-mindedly dedicated to the pursuit of his craft: to get... more...

  • Unsung Ordinary Menby Sally Dingo

    Hachette Australia 2010; Not Available

    After spending over three years in the horrific prisoner-of-war camps, including those along the Thai-Burma Railway, Sally Dingo's father Max was one of the fortunate ones: he came home. And yet, like most of the 22,000 Australian POWs of the Japanese, he would not, or could not, talk about what happened with those closest to him. It is also the... more...

  • Killer Caldwellby Jeffrey Watson

    Hachette Australia 2010; Not Available

    Born and brought up in Sydney, it was obvious from an early age that nothing would stand in Caldwell's way. He bluffed his way into the RAAF, then made sure that he was posted to exactly where he thought he should be. His ability was unquestioned by all those around him, and he devised the vital 'shadow shooting' technique which contributed so much... more...

  • The Green Marineby Neil Fetherstonhaugh; Graham Dale

    Hachette Ireland 2012; Not Available

    Dubliner Graham Dale, an IT specialist living in Texas,?was working as a volunteer with a fire department when he heard that an airplane had hit the World Trade Centre in New York. As the tragic events unfolded before his eyes, he suddenly realised that he could no longer remain a spectator in the face of this appalling atrocity. There and then he... more...