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on March 15, 2003
great telling of the gallipoli campaign. steel's book focuses on the british role in the sequence of battles, giving the reader much information concerning both command decisions and troop experiences (the latter via letters home and diary entries). this truly is a wonderful "war book" in that it doesn't glorify war, but at the same time gives us a warranted respect for the sufferings of the warrior.
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on March 5, 2008
Like a real time correspondence .Book neatly tells what happened in that bloody period hour by hour with great details you wouldn't find anywhere else .Anyone should read this prior to visiting Dardanelles .You 'll appreciate the value of the soil you step on .
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on June 10, 2000
written without any bias. You feel like living one the hitory's bloodiest campaigns, very well narrated.
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