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All I see is mud: written and read by Andrew Dunkley.

All I see is mud: written and read by Andrew Dunkley.
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400202461 945 DUN
NonFiction Audio Books   Gunnedah . . Available .  
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ISBN 0602537569328
Name Dunkley, Andrew
Title All I see is mud
Published [Australia] : ABC, 2013.
Description 6 sound discs (CDs) (8 hrs.) : digital, stereo ; 4 2/4 in.
Notes As heard on ABC Local Radio.
Compact disc.
'Complete and unabridged'
Product Code: 3756932.
This story combines fact with fiction.
Performers Reader : Andrew Dunkley.
Summary Try and imagine for a moment what it must have been like to live through the first World War. Now put yourself on the front line, in the trenches, with the constant horror of death and fear. When Stanley Dunkley took leave from his job as an audit clerk with Sydney City Council in 1917 and joined the AIF to fight on the Western Front, he had no idea what he was about to face. He was driven by a sense of civic duty, a strong influence in his life and the overwhelming desire to escape a horrible home. The war provided a perfect opportunity. This story combines fact with fiction and follows Stan and his mates as they go through basic training, travel by ship to England and ultimately join the 18th Battalion on the Western Front. Andrew Dunkley has been a radio broadcaster for over thirty years. He manages the ABC Regional Radio station in Dubbo where he presents the breakfast show. His grandfather, Stanley Dunkley, was the inspiration for this moving story about the harsh realities of trench warfare.
Subjects Talking books on compact disc
World War, 1914-1918 -- Fiction
Genre Audiobooks
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