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The Battle of Crete in Australian schools

3By Evagelos Goulas
The Battle of Crete will be taught in schools in Australia through the new book of homogeneous journalist, Stella Tzobanaki. 
The book by Stella Tzobanaki brings the titles «Creforce» and is aiming for a young readers group. It is written from a perspective of the soldiers, especially Australian and New Zealand soldiers who were part of the battle, and in addition it includes testimonies and information on Greek history and tradition.


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