WWI Australian Light Horse M,East

Horseman, Pass By

by Lindsay Baly

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HORSEMAN PASS BY

THE AUSTRALIAN LIGHT HORSE IN WORLD WAR ONE

This first UK edition 2004 published by Spellmount Limited, Staplehurst, UK

Book's condition and details:

A soft covered card bound book - No inscriptions - binding square and tight - quality paper used throughout copiously illustrated in black and white - - Condition is at least VERY GOOD PLUS with very little sign of wear.

A very nice copy!

ISBN: 1 86227 255 7

337 pages. 152 mm. x 225 mmm. x 21 mm.

Weight unwrapped 483 grams

Royal Mail prices for various destinations.
Prices correct from May 2015.
U.K. Included in price
Europe £8.26
World Zones 1 £12.45
World Zones 2 £12.90

Weight wrapped for postage <750 grams.

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Price: £10.00 including U.K. postage.
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FLAP BLURBS

Australia’s mounted troops in World War I were a dashing mobile force and ‘earned the admiration of the world ‘, according to their Commander-in-Chief, General Allenby. They fought dismounted at Gallipoli, and afterwards repulsed a Turkish invasion of Egypt. Then resourceful and enterprising, they pioneered the British mounted force that drove the enemy back through Sinai, Palestine and Syria, to its final capitulation at Aleppo.  

Despite suffering immense hardships, they eventually triumphed with ‘the greatest feat of cavalry the world has ever known’, and the last.

A composite image made up from scans of the front, spine and back of Lindsay Baly's "Horseman, Pass By".

As well as the main campaign, this book adds incites and asides to the story as we follow the fortunes of three individual soldiers including the author’s father, a decorated sergeant. This is about spectacular triumphs along with tragedies, super human endurance in adversity and above all, the heights to which the human spirit may attain. It is in need of retelling.

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