Ghosts of the Dardanelles

Ghosts of the Dardanelles Alan James Barker
  • Title: Ghosts of the Dardanelles
  • Author: Alan James Barker
  • ISBN: 9780957133075
  • Page: 452
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ghosts of the Dardanelles Alan James Barker Ghosts of the Dardanelles When Corporal Tom Harding of the ANZAC Corps landed in Gallipoli in April he had no idea that his younger brother Walt had also landed with the British army at Cape Helles on the same day Separa
    When Corporal Tom Harding of the ANZAC Corps landed in Gallipoli in April 1915, he had no idea that his younger brother Walt had also landed with the British army at Cape Helles on the same day Separated by the years and distance between them, the brothers would meet in strange circumstances during the dark days of one of the bloodiest conflicts of the Great War His futuWhen Corporal Tom Harding of the ANZAC Corps landed in Gallipoli in April 1915, he had no idea that his younger brother Walt had also landed with the British army at Cape Helles on the same day Separated by the years and distance between them, the brothers would meet in strange circumstances during the dark days of one of the bloodiest conflicts of the Great War His future entwined theirs, Artoun Seferian, an Armenian deserter from the Turkish army also finds himself in the middle of the Gallipoli campaign, struggling to survive and return to his loved ones in Anatolia The three men s lives paint a powerful picture of a little known part of history on the canvas of the Great War.
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    1. I ve been saving this book for a holiday read and it was well worth the wait Alan has used extensive research and his great interest in WW1 history to produce a brilliant story An easy read, despite the sometimes difficult content and it isn t just a story of war conflict Alan weaves together several strands in this book, to create a powerful, and absorbing read, which also highlights an important aspect of the history of the Armenian people Highly recommended I thoroughly enjoyed this book Than [...]

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