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If you want a book covering the Gallipoli Campaign, I would recommend Alan Moorehead's book.
While this may be somewhat intersting, it seems out of place in this book about a particular military operation.
The paper quality is very low (yellow/brown) for such an expensive hardback and not pleasant to read.
Dan is a great author. I have all of his books. I hope all WW1 people get them. It tells me a lot of things about the battle I did not know!Published 2 months ago by alan e. finch
Any serious student of the events surrounding the Dardanelles campaign will recognize that Churchill's concept was a brilliant one, and had it been completed successfully would... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Bobbygeorge
At last a well written insight of the ubiquos Dardanelles disaster, good to read ,shows the bad influence of politics in wartimes !Recommandable !Published 18 months ago by klabautermann
THE DARDANELLES DISASTER: THE EXTRAORDINARY STORY OF THE ROYAL NAVY'S MOST SPECTACULAR DEFEAT
DAN VAN DER VAT
THE OVERLOOK PRESS, 2009
HARDCOVER, $26. Read more
This looks like a recycling of the author's previous books. While the background and postscript provide a very nice summary of the prelude and aftermath of the Dardanelles... Read morePublished on August 19, 2010 by R. Jog