Hell’s Battlefield: The Australians in New Guinea in World War II by Phillip Bradley

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First Edition 2012. Paperback. The first single volume history to cover all the battles fought by the Australians against the Japanese in Papua New Guinea. Besides giving new perspectives on the Kokoda campaign, the book covers the battles that preceded and those that followed, most of which have previously received scant attention. Historian Phillip Bradley has conducted extensive research on the official and private records from Australia, the US and Japan, and as well as these perspectives, shows those of the Papua New Guineans. He has also conducted wide-ranging interviews with veterans, and made extensive use of Japanese prisoner interrogation records. The text is further illuminated by the author’s deep familiarity with the New Guinea battlefields, and is well illustrated with photographs, many previously unpublished, and maps. Hundreds of thousands of Australians, Phillip’s father among them, fought in New Guinea. Many never returned. Hell’s Battlefield tells their story, and those of the battles that raged on land, in the air and at sea.

IBSN: 9781742372709

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Secondhand and collectable books

First Edition 2012. Paperback. The first single volume history to cover all the battles fought by the Australians against the Japanese in Papua New Guinea. Besides giving new perspectives on the Kokoda campaign, the book covers the battles that preceded and those that followed, most of which have previously received scant attention. Historian Phillip Bradley has conducted extensive research on the official and private records from Australia, the US and Japan, and as well as these perspectives, shows those of the Papua New Guineans. He has also conducted wide-ranging interviews with veterans, and made extensive use of Japanese prisoner interrogation records. The text is further illuminated by the author’s deep familiarity with the New Guinea battlefields, and is well illustrated with photographs, many previously unpublished, and maps. Hundreds of thousands of Australians, Phillip’s father among them, fought in New Guinea. Many never returned. Hell’s Battlefield tells their story, and those of the battles that raged on land, in the air and at sea.

IBSN: 9781742372709

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Weight .98 kg
Dimensions 24.5 × 16 × 3.5 cm

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