Charles Frederick Ball: From Dublin’s Botanic Gardens to the Killing Fields of Gallipoli
A moving yet illuminating story of how a well-known horticulturist was killed in Gallipoli just after being married; it combines a tale of botany, of being a soldier in World War I, and a tragic love story - written Alice Lane's grandson by her second marriage, who discovered letters after her death.
- The Liffey Press
- 200 pages
- Paperback / softback
- Biography: historical, political & military