We provide you with all you need to know about Peter Stanley and his lifestyle. We detail his writing sojourn and the several books that he contributed to.
Peter Stanley had a wholesome life and we have carefully documented it all on our page. If you are curious about the various disciplines that the scholar participated in, this is the right place for you to look.
Asides from books, there are also many interesting things about the life of Peter that many documentations have missed out on. We keenly research all of this and properly document them to ensure anyone can access the story and journey of this man.
During the earliest years of the First World War (1914-1918), a group of several divisions called Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) was created. The soldiers that fought are referred to as Anzacs.
The events of World War One vastly feature Australia’s Great War events as well. This is as a result of that, WWI was the first major battle Australia got involved in. This is thanks to the ongoing colonization of Australia by Great Britain.
John was enlisted as John Simpson in the Australian 3rd Field Ambulance Brigade as a bearer of stretcher – a role given only to physically strong men – during the Campaign at Gallipoli.
One of what governed Peter Stanley’s professional career is a group photograph sent to the Senior Military Police Officer (Military Provost Marshal) by 10 Australian deserters in 1917 at Le Havre. This was a typical example of nose thumbing.
The St Quentin Mont would have been another regular location if not for the historical event that went down at the place. During the First World War, a battle fought on the Western Front was what caused the popularity of Mont St Quentin.
Colditz is in a small East German town that is situated in Saxony – a state that has the Colditz Castle in it. It has been in this location since the Middle Ages. It has served as a mental institution as well as a workhouse.
As it is understandable, Australians are becoming more fascinated by what makes their military history. And every year, an increased number of people visit the scenes of Anzac battles.
An invasion has been a long feared issue by Australians. The White Australians who are an outpost of the empire for whom an invasion seemed most imminent.
Borneo is the largest island in Asia and the world’s third largest. It is located at the geographic centre of Southeast Asia Maritime which is in relation to the existing major islands in Indonesia.
About Anzac Day, Peter Stanley has done quite a number of commentaries from 1998. Between 1998 and 2001, he was part of the ABC TV commentary team while they made the broadcast of the Anzac Day March that was held in Sydney.