Author(s): Jock Phillips
A powerful and beautifully-illustrated story of two New Zealand brothers at Gallipoli and the Sinai Desert. Bringing together original letters, stunning photographs and extraordinary objects sent back from the front, Brothers in Arms evokes the experience of the Great War in a uniquely moving and accessible way.
JOCK PHILLIPS is a New Zealand historian who was general editor of Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand (www.teara.govt.nz). He previously taught New Zealand and American history at Victoria University of Wellington and was the nation's Chief Historian. He has published over a dozen books including a history of the New Zealand male stereotype, a study of New Zealand war memorials and a collection of letters from soldiers of the Great War. In 2014 he received the Prime Minister's Award for Literary Achievement for Non-fiction.