Windows of Fame
A Heroic Chronicle of Australians at War
by B. A. Harding
Lansdowne Press, 1963, [First Edition], colour and b/w photographic plates, hardcover, dustjacket
Very Good Condition, minor edge and shelf wear, dustjacket has a few closed tears, minor creasing, rubbing and edge wear with small chips and tears at edges, one large tear with creasing at back. (see photographs)
'From the records of Australians at war, Mr. Harding has chosen fifteen remarkable stories to illuminate the meaning of each symbolic window - stories whose settings range from the muddy hell of Flanders and the green hell of New Guinea to the menacing vastness of the skies and oceans, from the crowded misery of a prisoner-of-war camp to the lonely hide-out of a coast-watcher.'