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Five Months at Anzac

Five Months at Anzac by Joseph Lievesley Beeston

Five Months at Anzac by Joseph Lievesley Beeston is a riveting firsthand account of the author's experiences as a soldier during World War I. Beeston vividly describes the harsh realities of life on the front lines, painting a vivid picture of the horrors of war and the sacrifices made by so many.

The author's writing style is engaging and poignant, drawing the reader in from the very first page. His descriptions of the battles and the camaraderie among the soldiers are both moving and heartbreaking. Beeston's personal insights offer a unique perspective on the war and its impact on those who fought in it.

Overall, Five Months at Anzac is a powerful and important book that sheds light on the human cost of war. It is a must-read for anyone interested in understanding the experiences of those who fought in World War I.

Book Description:
A Narrative of Personal Experiences of the Officer Commanding the 4th Field Ambulance, Australian Imperial Force from his leaving Australia December 1914 till his evacuation due to illness after 5 months at Gallipoli. Read to remember those who were there. (Introduction by Annise)

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