An account of the Dardanelles campaign drawing on official papers and reminiscences. It re-examines the most infuriating and heartbreaking of all allied actions of 1914-18. The author received the John Llewelyn Rhys Memorial Prize in 1962 and the Award of the Royal Society of Literature in 1964.
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