The ‘Australian Army History Series’ provided by the Cambridge University Press aims to produce high quality military history material for a world-wide audience. This series is focused on the history of the Army, its people and its role in the development of the nation. It provides readers with academically rigorous titles written by many of the nation’s pre-eminent military historians.
The series includes titles such as:
- The Search for Tactical Success in Vietnam
- Stretcher-bearers: Saving Australians from Gallipoli to Kokoda
- ANZACs in the Middle East
- A Soldier’s Soldier: A Biography of Lieutenant General Sir Thomas Daly
- To Win the Battle: The 1st Australian Division in the Great War
- The Hard Slog: Australians in the Bougainville Campaign, 1944-45
- The Kokoda Campaign 1942
- Armies of Empire: The 9th Australian and 50th British Divisions in Battle 1939-1945
- Light Horse: A History of Australia’s Mounted Arm
- Australian Battalion Commanders in The Second World War
- The Battle for Wau: New Guinea’s Frontline 1942-1943
- The Proud 6th: An Illustrated History of the 6th Australian Division
These books are a great resource to facilitate unit #PME. You are free to purchase the books or, for Australian Defence Force members, contact the Defence Library Service (email: firstname.lastname@example.org) to arrange for a copy to be sent to your work address.