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Soldier boy [sound disc] : the true story of Jim Martin the youngest Anzac / by Anthony Hill ; ready by Francis Greenslade.

By: Hill, Anthony, 1942-.
Contributor(s): Greenslade, Francis.
Material type: materialTypeLabelSoundPublisher: Kooyong, Vic. : Louis Braille Audio, 2002Description: 4 sound discs (CD) (270 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in., in container.ISBN: 0732026008.Subject(s): Martin, Jim, d. 1915 | World War, 1914-1918 -- Campaigns -- Turkey -- Gallipoli Peninsula -- Biography | Premiers' Reading Challenge : 7-8 | Talking books for children | World War, 1914-1918 -- Australia -- BiographyRead by Francis Greenslade.Summary: On 28 June 1915, young James Martin sailed from Melbourne on the troopship 'Berrima' - bound, ultimately, for Gallipoli. He was just fourteen years old. This is Jim's extraordinary story. The story of how an inexperienced and enthusiatic school boy became Australia's youngest known Anzac. It is also the heartbreaking tale of Jim's mother, Amelia Martin, who had to let him go, of his family who lost a son, a brother, an uncle, a friend. It is about Amelia's boy who, like so many others, just wanted to be in on the action.
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0732026008

Complete and unabridged.

Read by Francis Greenslade.

On 28 June 1915, young James Martin sailed from Melbourne on the troopship 'Berrima' - bound, ultimately, for Gallipoli. He was just fourteen years old. This is Jim's extraordinary story. The story of how an inexperienced and enthusiatic school boy became Australia's youngest known Anzac. It is also the heartbreaking tale of Jim's mother, Amelia Martin, who had to let him go, of his family who lost a son, a brother, an uncle, a friend. It is about Amelia's boy who, like so many others, just wanted to be in on the action.

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