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WOLFSBERG: ANZACS & AMERICANS

HISTORY ALIVE: A rivetting account of the Australian victory at Le Hamel and the little remembered battle for the Wolfsberg Heights that was pivitol in the holding of Le Hamel.

The true story the first combined arms operation between Australians and Americans and the mutiny by the US Doughboys that led them to fight along our Anzacs.

Written by the grandson of Lt Col John Farrell who was awarded the DSO "For the capture of the town of Hamel", compiled from family memoirs, AIF records,Unit histories, and historical sources.

A high tempo, combat focused, historically correct, page turning Great War tragedy and triumph.

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SPECWAROPS: A Pictorial History of the SASR

     The Military book of the decade, A&NZD's outstanding SpecWarOps is the culmination of more than a decade of painstaking research resulting in almost 400 extraordinary images of the Australian Special Air Service Regiment compiled into a breath taking limited-edition, 100 page hard cover coffee-table book.

     SpecWarOps images were drawn from A&NZD's Editor John Hunter Farrell's personal files and from a wide spectrum of other sources ranging from ex-SAS Operators through to amazing pix drawn from the SASR's own photo cell.

     When initially published in June 2002, SpecWarOps caused a major controversy when it was published with the book mentioned in parliament and cited as lifting the lid on the highly secret world of the Australian SAS for the first time.

The Signed & Numbered Limited Edition run of 100 copies of SpecWarOps sold out very quickly and are now collectors' editions. We have a limited number of Open Edition copies, hurry now before the last of these very rare books are sold!

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PEACE MAKERS: INTERFET'S Liberation of East Timor

PEACE MAKERS was the first and remains the best hard cover photo history of the Australian led INTERnational Force East Timor's restoration of law and order in the chaos of post referendum East Timor in September 1999.

PEACE MAKERS captures the events of September 1999 through to February 2000 in more than 350 photographs and 48,000 words giving the reader a total insight into the pro-Indonesian militia's madness and the tough steps taken by the Aussie Diggers, sailors and airmen to liberate the East Timorese from their torture.

The best selling 100-page, hard cover colour photo history of the ADF's Involvement in East Timor, Peace Makers was written and predominantly photographed by A&NZD Editor John Hunter Farrell who entered the shattered territory with the first waves of Aussie troops.

Peace Makers is SOLD OUT in both its Signed & Numbered Limited Edition and Open Edition.

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