A Biography of Lieutenant General Sir Thomas Daly, Jeffrey Grey
Dr Jeffrey Grey
A Soldier's Soldier examines Daly's career from his entry to Duntroon
in the early 1930s until his retirement forty years later, covering the
key issues in the development of the Australian Army along the way. Drawing
on extensive interview transcripts, the book provides a compelling portrait
of Sir Thomas Daly and his distinguished career.
About the author
Jeffrey Grey is Professor and founding director of the Australian Centre for the Study of Armed Conflict and Society at the University of New South Wales, Canberra. The author or editor of numerous books and articles, he held the Major General Matthew C. Horner Chair in Military Theory at Marine Corps University, Quantico, and served as a Trustee of the Society of Military History.
This volume is part of the Australian Army History series, published in association with the Army History Unit, under the editorship of Professor David Horner AM.
About the series
The study of military history forms a critical part of the Army's learning
cycle. By publishing the work of the nation's pre-eminent military historians,
the Australian Army and Cambridge University Press aim to promote, to
a worldwide audience, our country's proud military heritage. Detailing
the history of the Army, its people and its contribution to Australia's
development, the series presents readers with contemporary perspectives
and authoritative accounts of the key issues in the Army's past. The Australian
Army is pleased to collaborate with Cambridge University Press to deliver
the official Australian Army History Series.