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Attack from the Sea
By Rudenno, Victor
Descripton: The Gallipoli campaign of 1914–15 is one of the events of the First World War that continues to seize imaginations today. The first modern seaborne landing of British, French, Australian, New Zealand, and Indian forces on a hostile—and what proved to be a well-defended—peninsula, the attack has been remembered for its many acts of individual heroism as well as its unprepared leaders.
From the uboat.net review: Victor Rudenno‘s Gallipoli: attack from the sea deals with the often overlooked naval aspects of the conflict. He, an Australian himself, explains the impact of the Gallipoli campaign on Australians due to the terrible losses their units suffere ...