Martyn, Furneaux.


N.d., c. 1945. 210 pp., frontis., 15 other photo-plates; e.p., maps. Maroon cloth; 18 x 12cm. Small split to top of spine; f.e.p., (blank) lacking o/w V.G. This is the story of a New Zealand artilleryman who went through the campaign in Tunisia during World War II and was then one of those fortunate Kiwis sent home to New Zealand with the first Furlough Draft from the Middle East. Included is a first-hand account of the Battle of Medenine.

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