Distributed for Uniform Press
Originally published in 1965, Robert Rhodes James’s account of the Gallipoli campaign was on the first to be written with the help of official archives. It makes brilliant use of diaries and letters to present a picture of the landing from the point of view of the men who attempted it, while never losing sight of the larger picture of the invasion’s planning and execution. Featuring a number of archival photos that bring the events to life, Gallipoli has become a classic of military writing, and a peerless account of a terrible event.
288 pages | illustrated throughout | 6 3/4 x 9 1/4 | © 2018
History: Military History