Desert Boys: Australians at War from Beersheba to Tobruk and El Alamein

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iv
  • Contents vi
  • Author’s Note x
  • Introduction xii
  • Part I - World War I 1
  • 1 - Cairo Bound 3
  • 2 - Spoiling for a Fight 18
  • 3 - Desert Patrols 33
  • 4 - A Bit of a Jaunt 49
  • 5 - Hell Let Loose 64
  • 6 - A Ripping Fight 87
  • 7 - Dead Scared 109
  • 8 - A Brilliant Escape 119
  • 9 - We Thought We Had the Place 130
  • 10 - Enough to Make One Sick to Death 142
  • 11 - No Forgiveness in the Air 160
  • 12 - Take the Town before Dark 176
  • 13 - The Wild Ride 191
  • 14 - They Are Not Soldiers; They Are Madmen 208
  • 15 - Fed Up 227
  • 16 - Hell in the Jordan Valley 242
  • 17 - Chappattis at Ziza 260
  • 18 - The Finest Cavalry Feat the World Has Ever Known 274
  • 19 - Going Home 285
  • 20 - Between Wars 295
  • Part II - World War II 305
  • 21 - Unprepared 307
  • 22 - Camp Life 322
  • 23 - Iven’s Thunderbox 344
  • 24 - The Kind Eyelids of Night 363
  • 25 - Colonel Thruster 380
  • 26 - Tobruk Booze 394
  • 27 - Puffs in the Sand 414
  • 28 - Face to Face with the Hun 431
  • 29 - Hisses from the Rocks 448
  • 30 - Abandoned on Crete 465
  • 31 - Wishing for a Murray Moon 479
  • 32 - Just One Shot 503
  • 33 - Dick Camm’s Pioneers 519
  • 34 - Forgotten in Syria 538
  • 35 - The Shroud 554
  • 36 - The Balance Shifts 564
  • 37 - Dog Fights 576
  • 38 - Local Goodwill 595
  • 39 - The El Alamein Box 609
  • 40 - A Premonition 624
  • 41 - Dinner at Romanos 640
  • Epilogue 657
  • Acknowledgements 661
  • Notes 665
  • Bibliography 684
  • Index 694
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