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  • Historical research at it's best

    By burrowing into WWI records Lucas Jordan brings us the real and powerful story of the Australian diggers who chose to turn "peaceful penetration" tactics into stealth raiding, with breathtaking success, in the spring and summer of 1918. The point is made that some of Monash's set pieces had failed. However the French wheatfields and submerged roads presented Australian bushmen with a terrain so like the Australian country they knew and loved deeply. Ordinary men formed small raiding ad hoc parties to gain ground by stealth. This was an instinctive response, a "mates" response, in order to hunt down the enemy. Lucas Jordan tells us the true stories of these men and their unbridled heroism. This is historical research at it's best.

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