Account of the battle in Gallipoli during WWI, based on diary entries made by ANZAC soldiers. Gives a day-by-day description of the soldier's experiences from 25 April through to 20 December 1915 - dodging bullets, breaking teeth on Anzac biscuits, catching lice, burying mates, swapping cigarettes with the enemy Turks, warding off frostbite, and shooting yourself in the foot to get out. Includes photos, references, army ranks, list of abbreviations, glossary, Gallipoli timeline, pecking order, the Roll of Honour and index. Author has been recognised as an Australian Achiever by the Australia Day Council, and has previously written television documentaries on Australian history. His previous titles include 'Gallipoli: Our Last Man Standing'.