5 edition of We were the Rats found in the catalog.
We were the Rats
Previous ed.: s.l.: Currey O"Neil Pty, 1982.
|Statement||Lawson Glassop ; presented by E. E. (Weary) Dunlop.|
|Series||Australian war classics|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||275|
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We Were The Rats. A novel recounting the lives of some of the troops who ended up caught in Tobruk, surrounded by the German army for some days, from the time We were the Rats book they enlisted through to the eventual departure of the ones who survived/5.
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We were the Rats. [Lawson Glassop] -- "Lawson Glassop a survivor of Tobruk, reveals the personal anguish, the fear and bravery - the humaneness - of the Australian soldiers who took part in the siege, as they strove to maintain dignity.
James Herbert's first book - 'the Rats' - follows an outbreak of mutated giant rats in London, with most of the (early) action focused around the Docklands. The book's rats - larger, fiercer and much more intelligent than the more mundane brethren known to us - seem to be hell-bent on human and animal flesh and get to it in a series of ever more violent encounters/5().
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Top half of front cover is a black square, in it are a red & green band with a copper Rising Sun, print is white. Bottom half of cover is from a painting of AIF Soldiers in Tobruk. Size 20 x x 2 cms Object Registration Keywords books-military-history-army Historical information.
The Rats of Tobruk were soldiers of the Australian-led Allied garrison that held the Libyan port of Tobruk against the Afrika Corps, during the Siege of Tobruk in World War siege started on 11 April and was relieved on 10 December. The port continued to be held by the Allies until its surrender on 21 June book - we were the rats From the Collection of Tramways/East Melbourne RSL Sub Branch - RSL Victoria Listing id: Gore Street Fitzroy Victoria Object Registration.
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Description. Title: We Were The Rats Author: Glassop, Lawson Condition: Very Good Edition: 1st Edition Publication Date: ISBN: N/A Cover: Hard Cover with Dust Jacket – pages Comments: A classic account of the Battle of Tobruk and one the best written titles about the Australians involved in the Battle of Tobruk.
Following the fall of Bardia, 7th Armoured. Description. Title: We Were The Rats Author: Glassop, Lawson Condition: Very Good Edition: 5th Edition Publication Date: ISBN: Cover: Soft Cover without Dust Jacket – pages Comments: A classic account of the Battle of Tobruk and one the best written titles about the Australians involved in the Battle of Tobruk.
Following the fall of Bardia, 7th Armoured. We Were the Rats by Lawson Glassop,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(14).
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Glassop joined the 2nd AIF on the 3/6/ As the forward by Norman Lindsay states,'Australia owes Lawson Glassop a big debt. Historians may record the progress of wars, but they cannot project a. Paperback The so-called "rats of Tobruk", the Allied forces beseiged by the Germans in North Africa for nearly nine months of World War II, endured wretched conditions and a nagging sense of futility.
This novel reveals the anguish suffered by those at Tobruk. Read more Read lessAuthor: Lawson Glassop. However, a new study suggests that rats weren’t the main carriers of fleas and lice that spread the plague—it was humans. In a study published in January in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, researchers simulated Black Death outbreaks in European cities to try.
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Robert Sullivan turns the lowly rat into the star of the most perversely intriguing, remarkable, and unexpectedly elegant book of the season. Thoreau went to Walden Pond to live simply in the wild and contemplate his own place in the world by observing nature.
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I retired early, being very sleepy, but was harassed by dreams of the most horrible sort. I seemed to be looking down from an immense height upon a twilit grotto, knee-deep.