Fighting McKenzie. Anzac Chaplain

Stringer Col

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Cover Type: Softcover
Book Condition: As New
Jacket Condition: None Issued
Publisher: Col Stringer Ministries Inc
Publisher Place: Robina
Publisher Year: 2003
Edition: First Edition

Description: 192 pages. Book appears to have hardly been read and is in As new condition throughout. After WWI 'Mac' Was The Most Famous Man In Australia. He Had Served The Anzacs On Gallipoli, The Middle East, The Somme, Pozieres And Passchendaele. Duing This Time He Led 3,000 To A Living Faith In Christ As Well As Burying Hundreds Of Them. 'Mac Was A Regulor Hero To The Men...To Not A Few He Appeared To Be A Kind Of Superman, With The Power To Perform Miracles'. He Was Awarded The Military Cross By King George

Publishers Description: In this controversial and expertly researched book, Robin Neillands seeks to explode the prevailing myth that the Allied Generals in the Great War were responsible, through their callous and incompetent military leadership, for the catastrophic loss of life on the Western Front. The widespread opinion that the British soldiers were 'lions led by donkeys' has led generations to believe that Generals such as Haig, French, Plumer and Gough were solely to blame for all that went wrong during the conflict. Whilst not seeking to exonerate the Generals completely, in his meticulous account of the conflict, Robin Neillands shows that a host of other, more decisive factors played a part.

ISBN: 0957759835


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