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Too Bold to Die

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Extraordinary accounts of Australian soldiers under fire on the front lineFrom Gallipoli to East Timor to Afghanistan many Australians have been awarded military honours for acts of selfless courage while oth. Heroes Rather thugs and some victims of the total state But yea heroes because without them Australian kids would have spoken Turkish because of the evil neighbor that was building its StarGate to invade the precious sheep farms at the Antipodes

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S why some become national heroes and others are overlookedInspiring and unputdownable Too Bold to Die shows what it takes to win a Medal for Gallantry – and why so many of our military heroes remain unknow. It's easy to see that McPhedran has spent arduous hours researching each ADF member represented in this well written comprehensive book The men in this book are or at least should be the real role models for our youth Not the footballers or the movie actors some of whom choose to bang drugs into their veins or snort all kinds of illegal crud up their noses but these men the ones you rarely hear about the ones who risked their lives to save their mates and serve their countryOne thing I didn't like that was highlighted in Too Bold To Die was the Australian Honours and Awards system where members who deserve recognition are overlooked simply because the medal uota has been met I didn't know the Honours and Awards system worked in such a neanderthal way but it is disgraceful I prefer the American system it is much fairer and recognition is given where it is due A well written book If you want to find out about these incredibly brave men consider downloading this book you won't be disappointed

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Ers have missed out Bestselling author Ian McPhedran uncovers new stories of extreme bravery in action from WWII to today and hears from those on the front line about what courage really means He also explore. Occasionally a little light on details but that is probably down to limitations of the format rather than the subject matter

  • Paperback
  • 352
  • Too Bold to Die
  • Ian McPhedran
  • English
  • 02 May 2018
  • 9780732290238

5 thoughts on “Too Bold to Die

  1. says:

    Heroes? Rather thugs and some victims of the total state But yea heroes because without them Australian kids would have spoken Turkish because of the evil neighbor that was building its StarGate to invade the precious sheep farms at the Antipodes

  2. says:

    Occasionally a little light on details but that is probably down to limitations of the format rather than the subject matter

  3. says:

    It's easy to see that McPhedran has spent arduous hours researching each ADF member represented in this well written comprehensive book The men in this book are or at least should be the real role models for our youth Not the footballers or the movie actors some of whom choose to bang drugs into their veins or snort all kinds of illegal crud up their noses but these men the ones you rarely hear about the ones who risked their lives to save their mates and serve their countryOne thing I didn't like that was highlighted in Too Bold To Die was the Australian Honours and Awards system where members who deserve recognition are overlooked simply because the medal uota has been met I didn't know the Honours and Awards system worked in such a neanderthal way but it is disgraceful I prefer the American system it is much fairer and recognition is given where it is due A well written book If you want to find out about these incredibly brave men consider downloading this book you won't be disappointed

  4. says:

    Well this ended up being a tough one to finish I lost interest towards the end when it drifted from stories of heroism to stories of people being robbed of medals That really bothered me I think this would have had punch if it was a book of untold war stories with maybe a chapter or two at the end devoted to the uest to get these heroes the recognition they deserve Because of the constant reference to medals and reward it felt like that was the point of the novel While it may be valid it seemed biased by the author and detracted from the true heart of these war stories Some fascinating stories but sadly overshadowed by the author's own personal feelings

  5. says:

    A great read

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