Phillip Bradley

A scientist by profession, Phillip Bradley, author of the groundbreaking Hell's Battlefield, has had a lifetime interest in military history. His books are characterised by an intimate knowledge gained from his many trips to battlefields around the world, complemented by his archival research skills. His sixth book, Charles Bean's Gallipoli, draws on the author's on-the-ground research at Gallipoli, his detailed study of Charles Bean's diaries and his extensive network of private photo collections.

Books by Phillip Bradley

D-Day New Guinea

Published: April 2019

The most complete telling of one of the most significant campaigns of the Pacific War and Australia's role in it.

Australian Light Horse

Published: November 2016

The story of the famous Australian Light Horse in the desert campaigns of World War 1.

Charles Bean's Gallipoli

Published: November 2014

An incredible first-hand account of Gallipoli from Australia's most well-known war journalist, accompanied by never-before-seen photos of the front.

Hell's Battlefield

Published: September 2013

The first single volume history to cover all the battles fought by the Australians against the Japanese in Papua New Guinea.

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