Family Research – English, Scottish and Irish Genealogy

22/4/2006

Half-forgotten feint that saved 40,000 lives

THE sadness that April 25 brings every year is heavy and unavailing, a funereal mood that seems incongruous on the day often taken to commemorate the birth of the nation.
But aside from the national spirit, there is something to celebrate about defeat at Gallipoli, though it is an aspect of the campaign that tends to get overlooked or downplayed, even in the innumerable books about the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. for more click here

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