Gallipoli: The First Day
At the heart of the national narrative in Australia is the potent and enduring story of the Australian and New Zealand soldiers – the ANZACs – who fought at Gallipoli, in Turkey, in the First World War, against impossible odds. It is a story that has taken on legendary significance. Each year, on the anniversary of the catastrophic Gallipoli conflict of 25 April 1915, there is a national holiday and Australians in ever-increasing numbers attend Anzac dawn services – conducted at memorials...[Show more]
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