During the Great War of 1914-1918, the Church of England (or Anglican Church) in Australia was prominent in support of the war at home and abroad. Based on memorials, parish records, newspaper archives, songs and poetry of the war years, and other primary sources, For God, King and Country is a contribution to the social history of Melbourne, and Australia, told through the lens of the then strong churches, and the people who formed community in them.
Title: For God, King and Country: The Anglican Church and Community During the Great War
Author: Bradly S. Billings
Publisher: Morning Star Publishing