Thomas Albert Blamey (1884-1951) served as an Australian Staff Officer in the First World War; during the Second World War, he was Commander of the Australian Imperial Force in the Middle East from 1940 to 1942, and then Commander-in-Chief of the Australian Military Forces from 1942 to 1945.
Described by the publishers as "a frank searching study of a brilliant soldier and controversial man," Field Marshal Sir Thomas Blamey was Australia's senior military commander throughout WW2. Hetherington was a distinguished war correspondent. He pulls no punches on Blamey' stormy life.


Blamey by John Hetherington



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