The Other Side of No Man's Land: Arthur Wheen, World War I Hero

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Arthur Wheen was the most daring, resourceful signaller in the 1st AIF. His extraordinary exploits in the epic Battles of Fromelles, Polygon Wood, Villers-Bretonneux and Peronne are told as well as his subsequent career as a Rhodes Scholar. In 1929 he became the first and best translator of Remarque's classical German war novel All Quiet on the Western Front that became an international bestseller and a Hollywood film in 1930. On the other side of No Man's Land Wheen's experience paralleled incidents in the book. In the ...

The Other Side of No Man's Land: Arthur Wheen, World War I Hero 2015, Brolga Publishing Pty Ltd, Ringwood, VIC

ISBN-13: 9781922175694

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