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Gallipoli: The battlefield guide

Mat McLachlan

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Australia, c 1914 to c 1918 (including WW1), Prose: non-fiction, General & world history, Australasian & Pacific history, Military history, First World War, Land forces & warfare, Battles & campaigns, Travel writing

The essential travel companion for anyone visiting Gallipoli.

Each year, thousands of Australians visit Gallipoli to pay homage and see where their forebears fought, suffered and died. Anzac Cove, Quinn's Post, Lone Pine - the iconic places where our national legend was forged.

In this essential and authoritative guide, practical information is combined with historical detail, alongside revealing and often heartrending quotes from the letters and diaries of the Anzacs themselves.

- Detailed easy-to-follow plans for walking and driving tours across the main battlefields

- Maps, photos and historical commentary to put the campaign in context

- Everything you need to know where to go, where to stay and how to get there.

Walk where the Anzacs walked, see where they fought and marvel at their courage.

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Mat McLachlan

Mat McLachlan is one of Australia's leading battlefield historians and media presenters in the history space. He is the author of Walking with the Anzacs and Gallipoli: The Battlefield Guide, and the founder of Mat McLachlan Battlefield Tours, which sends thousands of Australians to visit battlefields around the world each year, including Cowra.

As a media presenter, Mat is a regular on TV and radio and in print. His Living History podcast reaches more than 5 million Australian history enthusiasts each week, and he produces the BattleWalks and Pete & Gary's Military History podcasts. Mat also produces and presents history documentaries for various networks. He appears regularly as a history expert on all major Australian television and radio networks, and reaches over five million viewers on YouTube each year. He lives in Sydney with his wife and children.

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