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Gallipoli: The New Zealand Story

22 September 2014

The New Zealand Story

Christopher Pugsley

The definitive history of New Zealand’s Gallipoli campaign in all-new edition

‘Essential reading for anyone who wishes to understand what happened at Gallipoli in 1915’

– Dr Duncan Anderson, Head of War Studies, Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, UK

Gallipoli: The New Zealand Story is a seminal works of New Zealand military history – brilliantly written, richly illustrated, and moving in its human stories.

Ahead of the Gallipoli centenary in April 2015, Libro International is proud to publish this redesigned edition of Gallipoli, fully revised by the author, and featuring a host of improved photographs, maps and drawings that really bring the campaign to life.

Christopher Pugsley is back in New Zealand after a distinguished military and academic career that led him latterly to be a Senior Lecturer at the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, UK.

A compelling speaker, he will be giving a succession of public lectures and talks over the coming year, as well as being principal historian for Te Papa’s Gallipoli project.

Release Date: 9 October 2014 | ISBN: 978-1-877514-64-7 | RRP $49.99 Paperback with flaps, 240 x 170 mm, 400 pages b&w

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