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TEXT Ï ANZACs in Arkhangel ´ Michael Challinger He enemy was Russian Bolsheviks instead of Germans and the frontline was the wild and frozen wastelands of far north Russia With humor and an eye for irony Michael Challinger tells the story of how this group ANZACs in ePUB of Aussies was seconded to help protect the British from a rear guard attack from northern Russia Stationed in the small town of Arkhangel the soldiers became embroiled in what was to become the Russ

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☁ [PDF / Epub] ☀ ANZACs in Arkhangel By Michael Challinger ✎ – Tushna-hram.ru In November 1918 as World War One was coming to a close and soldiers were returning home a small group of Australian men signed up for fighting Yet this time the enemy was Russian Bolsheviks instead o PDF Epub ANZACs in Arkhangel By Michael Challinger Tushna hramru In November 1918 as World War One was coming to a close and soldiers were returning home a small group of Australian men signed up for fighting Yet this time the enemy was Russian Bolsheviks instead o In November as World War One was coming to a close and soldiers were returning home a small group of Australian men signed up for fighting Yet this time t

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ANZACs in ArkhangelIan revolution as they battled not only the Bolsheviks but also extreme cold hostility from locals and a kilometer front line Two of these Australians soldiers went on to win Victoria Crosses and are perhaps our most neglected war heroes ANZACs in Arkhangel brings Russian history into focus and reveals how easily the First World War could have been lost It is a fascinating account of part of the ANZAC legend that is not so much forgotten as never known

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  • Sarah

    TEXT ¸ READER ANZACs in Arkhangel ☆´ MICHAEL CHALLINGER ANZACs in Arkhangel45 At the end of the back cover blurb the comment is made that this book is bringing to light a part of the Anzac legend that is not so much forgotten as never before known Exactly how I would have put it My dad and I are 1st and 2nd World War enthusiasts when it comes to Australia's involvement His father fought in Papua New Guinea among other places with the 26 Field Ambulance and both of his grandfathers fought in Gallipoli and France during WWI When I asked him about whether he'd ever heard of Arkhangel or either of the two VC recipients who fought there he thinks of himself as a bit of an officianado on VC recipients he said he'd never heard of them When I clarified that Arkhangel was a place in Russia near Murmansk he suddenly remembered that one of his grandfathers had been conside


  • Ned Charles

    TEXT ¸ READER ANZACs in Arkhangel ☆´ MICHAEL CHALLINGER ANZACs in ArkhangelInteresting and easy to read for a very select group of readers other than specific Australians or North Russians The book holds no surprises and appears to be compiled in the main from diaries


  • Pat Sheridan

    TEXT ¸ READER ANZACs in Arkhangel ☆´ MICHAEL CHALLINGER ANZACs in ArkhangelA brilliant book well researched and well presented Provides a good readable account of a little known event in Australian military history I just wish the author would use the correct acronym ANZAC rather than the badly used Anzacs This would be the same as writing something like 1 Rar and really lets the book down


  • Rod Hunt

    TEXT ¸ READER ANZACs in Arkhangel ☆´ MICHAEL CHALLINGER ANZACs in ArkhangelGreat individual stories bureaucratic absurdities excellent descriptions of the landice and it's people and of course Winston Churchill Worth reading