Passchendaele: The Anatomy of a Tragedy
By Andrew Macdonald
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A fresh look at the battles of Passchendaele that reveals, for the first time, where responsibility for the tragedy really lies. this extensively researched book tells the story of
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Passchendaele: The Anatomy of a Tragedy
1 September 2013
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Author Biography

New Zealand-born Andrew Macdonald is a London-based author and military historian. His area of specialist interest is the First World War and, in particular, the role of New Zealand and other Dominion troops on the Western Front and at Gallipoli. Prior to becoming a historian he worked as a newswire journalist for Reuters in London and before that for the New Zealand Press Association. His career has taken him across Europe to the Middle East around Australia and New Zealand and on occasion to Far East Asia.