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The Epilogue: The Australian Remembrance Trail, from The Battle of Mont St Quentin-Peronne, written by Michele Bomford, for the Australian Army Campaigns Series. Narrated by Cathi Ogden.
Reading List for this Series:
AWM4, Unit War Diaries, www.awm.gov.au
Bean, C.E.W., The Official History of Australia in the War of 1914-1918, Vol. VI: The AIF in France: May 1918-The Armistice, University of Queensland Press, St Lucia, 1983 (1942).
Bidwell, Shelford, Gunners at War: A Tactical Study of the Royal Artillery in the Twentieth Century, Arrow, London, 1972 (1970).
Bidwell, Shelford and Graham, Dominick, Fire-power: The British Army Weapons and Theories of War 1904-1945, Pen and Sword, South Yorkshire, 2004 (1982).
Billett, Bill, Mont St Quentin: A Soldier’s Battle, Rosenberg, Sydney, 2009.
Bomford, Michele, Beaten Down By Blood: The Battle of Mont St Quentin-Peronne 1918, Big Sky Publishing, Sydney, 2012.
Coombes, David, The Lionheart: Lieutenant-General Sir Talbot Hobbs, Australian Military History Publications, Loftus, 2007.
Cron, Hermann, Imperial German Army 1914-18: Organisation, Structure, Orders-of-Battle, Helion and Co, Solihull, 1937, English version 2002, paperback 2008.
Cutlack, F.M., The Australians: Their Final Campaign 1918, Sampson Low, Marston and Co, London, 1918.
Denny, W.J., The Diggers, Hodder and Stoughton, London, 1919.
Durrant, Colonel J.M.A. ‘Mont St Quentin: Some Aspects of the Operations of the 2nd Australian Division from the 27th of August to the 2nd September, 1918’, The Army Quarterly, Vol. 31, 1935, pp. 86–95.
Edmonds, James, Military Operations in France and Belgium 1918, Vol. IV, Imperial War Museum, London, 1993 (1947).
Ekins, Ashley (ed), 1918: Year of Victory, Exisle, Auckland, 2010.
Ellis, A.D., The Story of the Fifth Australian Division, Hodder and Stoughton, London, 1919.
Griffith, Paddy, Battle Tactics of the Western Front, Yale University Press, New Haven, 1994.
Harris, J.P. (with Niall Barr), Amiens to the Armistice, Brassey’s, London, 1998.
Histories of Two Hundred and Fifty-One Divisions of the German Army which Participated in the War 1914-1918, London Stamp Exchange, 1989.
Lee, Roger, 1918: Defining Victory – ‘The Australian Staff: The Forgotten Men of the First AIF’, www.defence.gov.au/army/ahu/docs/1918_Defining_Victory_Lee.pdf
Ludendorff, Erich, My War Memories 1914-1918 Vol. 2, Naval and Military Press, Uckfield, 2005.
McMullin, Ross, Pompey Elliott, Scribe, Melbourne, 2002.
Monash, John, Australian Victories in France in 1918, rev. edn., Lothian, Melbourne, 1923.
Montgomery, Archibald, The Story of the Fourth Army in the Battles of the Hundred Days, Hodder and Stoughton, London, 1919.
Pedersen, Peter, Monash as Military Commander, Melbourne University Press, Carlton, Victoria, 1992 (1985).
Pedersen, Peter (with Chris Roberts), Anzacs on the Western Front: The Australian War Memorial Battlefield Guide, John Wiley and Sons, Milton QLD, 2012.
Pitt, Barrie, 1918: The Last Act, Corgi, London, 1962.
Prior, Robin and Wilson, Trevor, Command on the Western Front: The Military Career of Sir Henry Rawlinson 1914-18, Blackwell, Oxford, 1992.
Sadler, Peter, The Paladin: A Life of Major-General Sir John Gellibrand, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, 2000.
Serle, Geoffrey, John Monash: A Biography, Melbourne University Press, Carlton, Victoria, 1982.
Sheffield, Gary and Bourne, John (ed), Douglas Haig: War Diaries and Letters 1914-1918, Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London, 2005.
Sheffield, Gary, Forgotten Victory: The First World War: Myths and Realities, Headline (Review), London, 2002.
Stanley, Peter, Bad Characters: Sex, Crime, Mutiny, Murder and the Australian Imperial Force, Murdoch Press (Pier 9), Sydney, 2010.
Stanley, Peter, Men of Mont St Quentin: Between Victory and Death, Scribe, Melbourne, 2009.
Terraine, John, To Win A War: 1918, the Year of Victory, Macmillan, London, 1986 (1978).
Travers, Tim, How the War was Won, Pen and Sword, Barnsley, 2005 (1992).