Author(s): Tony Stephens and Stephen Siewert
More than 75,000 Australians and New Zealanders went to war on the Gallipoli Peninsula in 1915. They shared a horror, but their courge and deeds on a balltlefield of tragic errors and unimaginable suffering helped a legend, the legend of the Anzacs. The Anzacs lost more men on the Western Front that they did against the Turks at Gallipoli. Yet, rightly or wrongly, Gallipoli is etched deepest into the Australian and New Zealand psyches. Now, all the original Anzacs, the men of Gallipoli, are gone. This book records the lives of the last of them, their war memories and photographs. The legend will live on.
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