Series: Australian Army Campaigns Series

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Battle of Crete by Albert Palazzo1
Australian Army Campaigns Series - 2 - the Western Desert Campaign 1940 - 41 (Second edition) by Glenn Wahlert2
Australian military operations in Vietnam by Albert Palazzo3
Exploring Gallipoli : an Australian Army battlefield guide by Glenn Wahlert4
Malaya 1942 by Brian Farrell5
Wau: 1942-43 (Australian Army Campaigns Series) by Phillip Bradley6
Australian Army Campaigns Series - 7 - Australia's Palestine Campaign by Jean Bou7
Australian Army Campaigns Series - 8 -The Battle of Fromelles 1916 by Roger Lee8
The Battle of Bardia by Craig Stockings (ed.)9
The landing at Anzac : 1915 by Chris Roberts12
To Kokoda (Australian Army Campaigns Series) by Nicholas Anderson14
Sudan : 1885 by michael tyquin15
The Ottoman defence against the ANZAC landing 25 April 1915 by Mesut Uyar16

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