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  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Wings On My Sleeveby Eric Brown

    Orion Publishing Group 2008; Not Available

    The autobiography of one of the greatest pilots in history. Eric Brown was on a University of Edinburgh exchange course in Germany in 1939, and the first he knew of the war was when the Gestapo came to arrest him. They released him, not realising he was a pilot in the RAF volunteer reserve: and the rest is history. Eric Brown joined the Fleet Air... more...

  • 72 Hoursby Frank Pope

    Orion Publishing Group 2012; Not Available

    The Royal Navy's dramatic race to save the crew of a trapped Russian submarine. 5 August 2005. On a secret mission to an underwater military installation 30 miles off the coast of Kamchatka, Russian Navy submersible AS-28 ran into a web of cables and stuck fast. With 600 feet of freezing water above them, there was no escape for the seven crew.... more...

  • Marching with the Devilby David Mason

    Hachette Australia 2011; Not Available

    `Since its creation in 1831, the French Foreign Legion has become the stuff of myth, fiction and dreams... Anyone thinking of joining up would be well advised to read this book first? - The Sun Herald A real-life boy's own adventure, Marching With The Devil is an account of David Mason's five years in the infamous French Foreign Legion. ... 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

    The Vietnamese hilltribes made him a demi-god. The CIA wanted to kill him. This is the remarkable true story of Australian war hero Barry Petersen. 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... 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...

  • Down in the Drinkby Ralph Barker

    Headline 2012; Not Available

    To crash or be shot down into the sea is a terrifying experience. And to escape to tell the tale is a rare and remarkable achievement. But that is precisely what each of the World War Two heroes described here has done; they have come 'down in the drink' and miraculously survived. In doing so, they have all qualified for the 'Goldfish Club'. Ralph... more...

  • The Architect of Kokodaby Robyn Kienzle

    Hachette Australia 2011; Not Available

    In my humble opinion, Bert Kienzle did more than any other single man to make Australian victory possible.' Peter FitzSimons, author of Kokoda In 1942, when the Japanese had invaded Papua New Guinea and the Australian soldiers sent to hold them back thought victory was impossible, one man, Bert Kienzle, changed the course of history. This... more...