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Historians debate importance of Anzac story

Some historians argue Australia places too much emphasis on the Anzac legend and has forgotten other voices from the past.

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Hannah Burnett's comment, May 22, 2013 7:07 AM
Someone may have edited this video to show Australia in a better light, by making it seem as if we have always shown our support towards our involvement in world wars, when in actual fact, many people opposed our association with WW1, WW2, the Vietnam War and conscription.
KLI0001's comment, May 22, 2013 8:53 PM
I think that the person who put this video online was in favour for Anzac day and really likes it. he wanted to post a video to promote it but could only find this video showing bothsides. He only wanted the first part so that's why he edited the last part of the video.
yan0035's comment, May 22, 2013 9:43 PM
The video is split between two parts, the positive involvement of Australia in World War 1 and the negative effects. The person who cut the video, wanted only to show the section which agreed with his argument, and did not show the other side of the story.
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Tha Gallipoli Oak: 'Oh, the shells did fairly scream and bang' - Todmorden Today

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Todmorden Today Tha Gallipoli Oak: 'Oh, the shells did fairly scream and bang' Todmorden Today There is an old saying that “cometh the hour, cometh the man”, and the Todmorden contingent of the East Lancashire Territorial Army was quick to be...

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The Anzac legend, Gallipoli and the ANZACs, Australia and World War I, History Year 9, NSW | Online Education Home Schooling Skwirk Australia

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The Anzac legend, Gallipoli and the ANZACs, Australia and World War I, History, Year 9, NSW Introduction Even though the Gallipoli Campaign was deemed a disaster in terms of the loss of life suffered there and the failure to achieve a military...

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Anzac Day 2013

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How the nation commemorates Anzac Day .


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Battle of Gallipoli

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Find out more about the Gallipoli Campaign during World War I, when the Allies attempted to seize control of the Dardanelles and western Turkey.

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A war memorial stone was smashed and poppy wreaths shredded during an ... - Belfast Telegraph

A war memorial stone was smashed and poppy wreaths shredded during an ... - Belfast Telegraph | All ANZACs are heroes | Scoop.it
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A war memorial stone was smashed and poppy wreaths shredded during an ...
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The Police Service of Northern Ireland is investigating the vandalism outside Killowen Orange Hall in Coleraine.

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J Campisi's comment, May 16, 2013 8:28 PM
Thanks for the pages :3
art0001's curator insight, May 16, 2013 8:29 PM

Very Disrespectful 

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Mapping our Anzacs - Gladstone Observer

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A ward for the totally and permanently incapacitated in an Anzac Hostel, 1919. This picture is part of the travelling Shell Shocked: Australia after Armistice exhibition currently at the Grafton Regional Gallery.
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460 Squadron - Anzac Day Brisbane

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Of the 10,000 Australians that served in Bomber Command, only 6,000 survived to return to Australia. Today only 400 of these remain and here are some of the few from 460 Squadron that PM Winston Churchill spoke about in his speach "Never in the field of human conflict, was so much, owed by so many, to so few".


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