By Robert Hall
Drawing on interviews with infantrymen and reliable documents, Combat Battalion presents a correct account of the warriors in 8RAR and units the battalion's operations within the broader contexts of yank process and Australian operations, the politics of the Australian excessive Command and the general behavior of the war.
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Combat Battalion by Robert Hall