Walk Trot Canter and Die

↠ Walk Trot Canter and Die ↠ Donald Stuart - Walk Trot Canter and Die, Walk Trot Canter and Die The fictional story of bushman John Cole and his life as a drover and cattleman in outback Western Australia Volume of a six book series ↠ Walk Trot Canter and Die ↠ Donald Stuart - Walk Trot Canter and Die, Walk Trot Canter and Die The fictional story of bushman John Cole and his life as a drover and cattleman in outback Western Australia Volume of a six book series

  • Title: Walk Trot Canter and Die
  • Author: Donald Stuart
  • ISBN: 0855854960
  • Page: 338
  • Format: Hardcover
Walk Trot Canter and Die

↠ Walk Trot Canter and Die ↠ Donald Stuart, Walk Trot Canter and Die, Donald Stuart, Walk Trot Canter and Die The fictional story of bushman John Cole and his life as a drover and cattleman in outback Western Australia Volume of a six book series ↠ Walk Trot Canter and Die ↠ Donald Stuart - Walk Trot Canter and Die, Walk Trot Canter and Die The fictional story of bushman John Cole and his life as a drover and cattleman in outback Western Australia Volume of a six book series

  • ↠ Walk Trot Canter and Die ↠ Donald Stuart
    338Donald Stuart
Walk Trot Canter and Die

About “Donald Stuart

  • Donald Stuart

    Donald Robert Stuart spent most of his life in Western Australia He left home at age 14 and began a career as a swagman, that is an itinerant who wandered the roads seeking casual work He travelled through much of northern Western Australia finding work on cattle stations and it was during these years that he came into close contact with Aborigines.Donald Stuart volunteered at the start of WWII for the 2nd AIF He saw service in the Middle East as a 2 3rd Machine Gunner and then in Java, Indonesia, where he was captured by the Japanese He then spent three and a half years as a POW and was sent to work on the infamous Burma Railway, a purgatory from which many did not return He published some fifteen books, including novels and memoirs, many of which are concerned with the lives of the Australian Aborigines with whom he came into close contact over many year.



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