The Great War. Les Carlyon. 2006.

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Australians in the 1920s could explain the loss of a husband or a son with one word. They simply said Pozieres or Passchendale and everyone understood. The men who fell at these and other places on the western front were part of the largest tragedy in Australlan history - 179,000 dead and wounded, ‘one long national funeral’ that lasted until the 1930s.

In The Great War, Les Carlyon tells the story of these men.