My Dear Mother: a letter from a soldier after Gallipoli


Roy Denning, Yass & District Historical Society Inc, 1998.

Transcript of a letter from the society’s archives, written from Pembroke Camp, Malta by Private Roy Denning of the 1st Field Company Engineers, who while recovering from wounds received at Gallipoli on 25 April 1915, when his unit landed as part of the Australian Imperial Force. One of the most eloquent and moving accounts that you will ever read of a most significant moment in Australian history. A brief biographical account of Private Denning is also included.

Soft Cover, 21 X 14.5 cm, 20 pages.

$5.00 plus $3.00 postage.