Hundreds of first-person narratives of the First World War have been published, but none more riveting than this one.
The wartime letters and diaries of Pompey Elliott, Australia's most famous fighting general, are exceptionally forthright. They are also remarkably illuminating about his volatile emotions. Pompey not only wrote frankly about what happened to him and the men he was commanding; he was also frank about what he felt about both.
Ross McMullin, the author of the award-winning and best-selling biography Pompey Elliott, has collected Pompey's words from a variety of sources and shaped them into a compelling narrative. This book will transform our awareness of Pompey's importance in the dramatic final year of the First World War.
Hard cover, 524 pages.