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Gallipoli: Year of Love and Duty

The Gallipoli campaign during the first world war was an attempt to weaken Germany by attacking its ally, Turkey, at the Dardanelles peninsula. For the allies it was a disaster that led to the deaths of more than 30,000 British, Australian and New Zealand soldiers

The Gallipoli campaign during the first world war was an attempt to weaken Germany by attacking its ally, Turkey, at the Dardanelles peninsula. For the allies it was a disaster that led to the deaths of more than 30,000 British, Australian and New Zealand soldiers.

The story of nurse Sara Winwood and five other newly enlisted sisters in the Australian Army Nursing Service are told in this well written and vivid novel, which presents a compelling narrative of one of the worst military disasters of the first world war.

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