World War I
Australia’s Great Depression: How a nation shattered by the Great War survived the worst economic crisis it has ever faced by Joan Beaumont
Palestine Diaries: The light horsemen’s own story, battle by battle by Jonathan King
It is, of course, one hundred years since almost 9,000 Australians died on a small Turkish peninsula during a campaign that, despite its localised failure as a military operation and futility in influencing the overall course of the war, has been unalterably woven into the fabric of our national mythos. Commemorative presentations are frequent. Orchestras, televisio ...