By Paul Kendall
In Bullecourt 1917, Paul Kendall tells the tales of the fierce battles fought through 3 British and 3 Australian divisions in an try to relief Allenby’s 3rd military escape from Arras. nearly 10,000 Australian and 7,000 British infantrymen died, a lot of whom have been indexed as lacking and feature no recognized grave. The conflict triggered a lot consternation as a result of the failure of British tanks in aiding Australian infantry on eleven April, yet regardless of the inability of tank and artillery help the Australian infantry valiantly fought their approach into the German trenches. It took one other six weeks for British and Australian infantry to trap the village. This publication tells the tale of this sour conflict and will pay tribute to the lads who took half. Crucially, Paul Kendall has contacted as the various surviving kin of the opponents as he may, to realize new perception into these negative occasions at the Hindenburg Line.
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