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review Hells Battlefield 109 ✓ Hell's Battlefield is the first book that tells the whole story of the Australians against the Japanese in New Guinea during World War II from invasion in 1942 to the brutal end game in 1945 Besides giving new perspectives on the Kokoda campaign the book covers the battles that preceded and those that followed most of which have Hell's Battlefield is the first book that tells the whole story of the Australians against the Japanese in New Guinea during World War II from invasion in 1942 to the brutal end game in 1945 Besides giving new perspectives on the Kokoda campaign the book covers the battles that preceded and those that followed most of which have previously received scant attentionPhillip Bradley has conducted extensive research on the official and private records from Australia the US and Japan and as well as these perspectives shows those of the Papua New Guineans He has also conducted wide ranging interviews with veterans a.
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Nd made extensive use of Japanese prisoner interrogation recordsThe text is further illuminated by the author's deep familiarity with the New Guinea battlefields and is well illustrated with photographs many previously unpublished and maps Hundreds of thousands of Australians Phillip's father among them fought in New Guinea Many never returned Hell's Battlefield tells their story and those of the battles that raged on land in the air and at seaAbout the AuthorA chemical research manager by profession Phillip has had a lifetime interest in military history Two years working in Papua New Guinea gave him the opp.
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Hells BattlefieldOrtunity to travel to the battlefields there particularly where his father had fought around Shaggy Ridge This led to his first book which was on that battle This was followed by books on other long forgotten New Guinea battles at Wau and Salamaua He also writes for After the Battle and Wartime magazines All Phillip's books are characterised by an intimate knowledge gained from his many trips to the battlefields complemented by his research skills and by his many uniue interviews with New Guinea battlefield veterans over 300 and counting Phillip now writes full time and also does work for Kokoda Treks and Tou.