Murder At Gallipoli

Genre: Non Fiction
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Book Summary

Murder At Gallipoli relates the strategy and action of the Battle of Gallipoli and also an account of the work of the Field Ambulance. It points out the weaknesses of the campaign and questions if the war should ever have taken place and why lessons had not been learned from previous similar campaigns. It also examines the humanity of some of the commands and actions of the Generals.

About the Author

I live in the North of Scotland with my wife Tess, also an author. This is a beautifully scenic area from where I gain my inspiration. I have researched the First World War and written a number of books about this. In my book "Murder At Gallipoli" I have, in the last twenty or so pages, been very forthright with my views! I have just completed my first fictional short story about the antics of a General [General Bigsby] and his two friends during war-time which I have written in a purely conversational way.

My other interests include poetry, walking, fishing, painting and photography.

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