The Gunners. A History of Australian Artillery

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Author: David Horner
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Hard Cover

1995 First Edition
Publisher -
Allen & Unwin.
Cover is hard bound in black cloth. A fine copy. 
Dust Jacket is present. Good condition.
End Papers are intact, ochre.
Preliminaries – Table of Contents; List of Maps and Figure; Acknowledgements; Abbreviations; Foreword by Sir Roden Cutler; Introduction.
Main Text Body - 564 Pages. Fine and clean.   

End Matters – Bibliography; Index.
Edges are even and unworn.
Spine is tight with no gutter damage.  Gilt lettering.
Page Structure is sound with no missing pages.

 From the formation of volunteer artillery units in the 1850s to gunners serving in Vietnam and the Gulf War, this is the story of men and women. While the technical capabilities of the guns are important, ultimately the effectiveness of fire support rests on the expertise and bravery of the gunners themselves. Drawing on diaries and letters, much of the story is told through the experiences of the gunners themselves, letting the reader know what it was like to be a gunner - in barracks, on the gun-line, in bringing forward ammunition or in observing fire.

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