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The Battle of Hamel book. Excellent coverage of a pivotal battle in 1918 from the Australian perspective. Great writer who conveys his knowledge extremely well.
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John Laffin (21 September 1922 – September 2000) was a 20th Century Australian military historian. Laffin was born on 21 September 1922 in Mosman, Sydney, Australia. Both of his parents had served with the British Imperial military forces in World War 1, his father as a commissioned infantry officer, and his mother as a nurse.
The Battle of Hamel (4 July 1918) was a successful attack by Australian Army and US Army infantry, supported by British tanks, against German positions in and around the town of Le Hamel, in northern France, during World War I. The attack was planned. The attack was planned and commanded by Lieutenant General John Monash, commander of the Australian Corps and Australian Imperial Force.
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The Australian Victories In France In 1918 1903 The Battle of Le Hamel: By July 1918 the Australian Imperial Force or "AIF" was hardened by four bloody years of war – from the beaches and ravines of Gallipoli, to Fromelles, the Somme.
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The amazing and inspiring story of the capture of the German front line in July of 1918. It was the turning point of WWI, which came to a victorious end shortly after. Laffin is one of the world's most distinguished military historians and has written more than 60 books concerning war. all members
The amazing and inspiring story of the capture of the German front line in July of 1918. all members. Recently added by. DIWalker1960, michelle. mcfadyen1, bujeya, BruceTopperwien, Bushwhacked, astjjones, Murraysbaker, crgalvin, cogitno.
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The Battle of Fromelles, 1916. Australian Army Campaign Series; ). 2010. First World War. 94. 34 LAF Laffin, John. The Battle of Hamel : the Australians' finest victory. Operations, Western Front
The Battle of Fromelles, 1916. Operations, Western Front. 34 MID Middlebrook, Martin. The Kaiser's battle : 21 March 1918 : the first day of the German Spring Offensive. 38 PER Perrett, Bryan. Megiddo 1918 : the last great cavalry victory. Osprey military campaign series ; 61). 1999.
Monash prepared the Australians' offensive to be one of complete surprise . Australian Corps Memorial at Le Hamel on the July 1918 Somme battlefield
Monash prepared the Australians' offensive to be one of complete surprise to the Germans. It was to be the first modern battle where the combined arms of infantry, tanks, artilery and air support would fight successfully together. Australia in the War of 1914-1918. Australian Corps Memorial at Le Hamel on the July 1918 Somme battlefield. A memorial to the Australian Corps is located on the site of the final objective of the Battle of Le Hamel on 4 July 1918. The memorial affords views of the landscape where the battle was fought.