Katharine Susannah Prichard Foundation Incorporated| April 2015.
0992502934 (Trade Paper)
221 pages,  page : illustrations, portraits, maps, facsimiles ; 21 cm. x 30 cm.
Launched to commemorate the Anzac Centenary in 2015, also to mark the 30th Anniversary of the KSP Writers' Centre.
Never before compiled history of WA's most significent World War I training camp.
The book is a commemoration of the Australian soldiers and a detailed social history of the Greenmount training camp. It argues that Blackboy Hill training was instrumental in installing the indefatigable strength and spirit of the Anzac soldiers that ultimately won the Great War.
Each chapter was researched, written and edited by KSP (Katharine Susannah Prichard) members. Students from Greenmount Primary School also contributed significantly to the Blackboy Hill soldier profiles.
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