Adventures Of A Soldier Written By Himself

By: Edward Costello
Published By: Double9 Books
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"Adventures of a Soldier" is a thrilling and mystery tale. It makes me consider all of the things a soldier goes via and the issues they face as they deal with struggle, action, and personal exchange. This book, which was written by using Edward Costello, is about a soldier's struggles, wins, and touching moments for the duration of a warfare. Some of the matters that is probably in it are first-hand money owed, reflections, and sparkling looks into the complex numbers of army existence. The story in all likelihood gives an interior observe the soldier's journey, showing the struggling, friendship, and emotional cost of battle. In the road of obligation, humans are regularly expected to live a long time, be strong, and make sacrifices. The book may additionally come up with a glimpse into the mind of a soldier by way of providing bright bills of the tough physical and emotional conditions they face at the battlefield, as well as the friendships and feel of reason that shape in the midst of the chaos of battle. "Adventures of a Soldier" is a good manner to reveal bravery and the fun humans have within the army. It can be an emotional tribute to carrier members and the courageous and frequently frightening matters they do.

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Edward Costello

Edward Costello was an Australian soldier and farmer who was born on February 7, 1883, and died on June 27, 1967. It was his job to be a member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly. Costello was born in Thane's Creek, which is close to Warwick, Queensland. His parents were James Costello and Elizabeth Mary (née Ham). In 1881, the Costello family signed a mine grazing lease at Thanes Creek. Costello went to Thane State School for school. Grazing sheep was something he did like his father did. He joined the service soon after World War I started. He was in charge of the 25th Battalion in the Australian Service Forces and was a major in the 11th Light Horse Regiment. Because he was brave in the Battle of Semakh on the Sea of Galilee on September 25, 1918, he was given the Distinguished Service Order. It was said that this was the only charge the British Cavalry had ever made before dawn. He was in charge of the Military Courts for the Egyptian Rebellion in 1919. As a member of the Country Party, Costello won the seat of Carnarvon in the Queensland Legislative Assembly in 1920. The party united into the Country and Progressive National Party in 1925. Costello was in charge of Carnarvon until 1935, when he lost.

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Product Details

  • Publisher: Double 9 Books
  • Publishing Year: 2023
  • Language: English
  • Paperback: 236Pages
  • ISBN-10:9359957453
  • ISBN-13:9789359957456
  • Item Weight: 354g
  • Dimension : 216 x 140 x 13.2mm
  • Country of Origin : India
  • Importer: Double 9 Books
  • Packer: Double 9 Books
  • Book Type : History / General