By Jeffrey Grey

ISBN-10: 1107031273

ISBN-13: 9781107031272

Lieutenant common Sir Thomas Daly used to be a well known soldier and the most influential figures in Australia's army heritage. As leader of the final employees throughout the Vietnam conflict, he oversaw an important re-organisation of the military as he fought a warfare lower than political and source regulations. during this distinct biography, Jeffrey gray indicates how Daly ready himself for the demanding situations of command in a time of serious political upheaval. A Soldier's Soldier examines Daly's profession from his access to Duntroon within the early Nineteen Thirties till his retirement 40 years later, masking the foremost matters within the improvement of the Australian military alongside the best way. Drawing on vast interview transcripts, the publication offers a compelling portrait of Sir Thomas Daly and his amazing career.

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