Paperback wide octavo, stapled pamphlet, poor-fair condition (though complete), black & white text-photos, cover portrait & decoration front cover, folded & scuffed, pages lightly toned, edgewear & edge tears. Unnum 8 pp. Reading copy (folded into six sections & scuffed along creases). Estimated date, 1916 (from Skeyhill collection writeup, Trove catalogue). A brochure to advertise a talk at Tenterfield (NSW), billed as by Signaller Tom Skeyhill (the blind soldier poet). He returned blind from Gallipoli, and toured Australia, lecturing, reciting and raising money for the Red Cross. Cover continues: "Author of "Soldiers Songs from Anzac", 40th thousand. A true and accurate account of the part played by the Australians in the landing at Dardanelles. Describing all the fierce fights for Anzac and Helles. Eleoquent, thrilling, awe-inspiring. Illustrated with over 200 maps, plans, diagrams, and actual photographs taken on the spot, and in the thick of fighting. Private Bobby Pearce business manager. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Signaller Tom Skeyhill (the Blind Soldier ...
Publisher: J. J. Miller (Printer)
Publication Date: 1916
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