I was moved by many aspects and stories in the book but no more than the memorandum of Captain Adcock in the final pages of the last chapter. This is an important history. I had never known just how much tunneling was done in WW I, though that makes sense considering the static nature of the lines.
This book gives you a strong primer of how hard the job was, and the fear that the soldiers lived with. Sue — January 1, I bought this book to help me understand the world war 1 experience of a family member, Sapper Wood. The book is rich with detail, interesting and very well researched.
I recommend it for any family historian researching an Australian WW1 tunnellers, or anyone who s interested in WW1 history in general, especially this previously rather neglected area. Big Sky Publishing Place: Log-in or create an account first! Add to cart Add to wishlist.
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He has worked as a hydrogeologist with a private consulting company for the past twenty years and holds a Bachelor and Master degree in science. Australian Tunnelling Companies on the W. Dear Old Blighty Mike Brown. Over 4, Australians served on the Western Front in three Australian tunneling companies and their unique support unit, the Alphabet Company.. Add to cart Add to wishlist E-mail a link to this book.
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