From Michael Sexton's review in The Spectator.
Most books about Australia’s role in the Great War deal with the battles on the Western Front or the landing of the Anzacs at Gallipoli. But historian Neville Meaney breaks new ground in this wide-ranging and highly detailed account of the political and diplomatic realities underlying Australian participation in the conflict and its immediate aftermath.
Read the full review at The Spectator... Away from the front
More about the book:
Australia and World Crisis 1914-1923
By Neville Meaney