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    The True Horrors of Gallipoli Revealed

    in Hugh Anderson’s Letters

    The Australian and New Zealand troopers had a tough battlefront when they fought at Gallipoli. The Australian government was excited about being a federation and readily sent troops to fight against the Turks in Gallipoli on the side of the commonwealth.

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Created by potrace 1.14, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

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The True Horrors of Gallipoli Revealed in Hugh Anderson’s Letters

The younger brother typed out his letters and made a book out of it, that was then laid on the grave of Hugh Anderson.

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ANZAC Day Traditions

During the First World War, Australia and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) made their first military action on the 25th of April.

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James Charles Martin

James Charles Martin, also known as Jim, was born in 1901 on January 3rr. He was the youngest soldier to ever work with the Australian Military and died of a Typhoid infection while fighting at Gallipoli in October 1915.

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Artificial Poppy Gardens in the Australian War Memorial

The War Memorial was opened to the public in October of 2018, to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Australian War Memorial in Canberra.

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