Australia's Foreign Wars: Origins, Costs, Future?!


The conditions on the beachhead quickly came to resemble those of the trench warfare on the Western Front. The land was rockier, harder and it was a lot hotter - but trenches were the safest place to find cover - but were incredibly hard to dislodge defenders from.

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