An Anzac Tale

AN EXTRAORDINARY AND ORIGINAL WORK ON GALLIPOLI AND THE ANZAC CAMPAIGN’ – Readings With the outbreak of war in 1914, best friends Wally and Roy, and new mate Tom, are among the first to enlist. But their great adventure soon turns to disaster. The day after the landing at Anzac Cove on 25 April 1915, […]

My Gallipoli

From the shores of Anzac Cove to the heights of Chunuk Bair, from Cape Helles to Gurkha Bluff, the Gallipoli Peninsula was the place where thousands of men from sixteen nations fought, suffered, endured or died during the eight months of occupation in 1915. The strong atmospheric artwork of renowned artist, Robert Hannaford is a […]

Armistice

A companion to the award winning My Gallipoli commemorating the 100th anniversary since the fighting stopped. On 11 November 1918, after four years of fighting, the Allied powers signed an agreement with Germany to end the Great War and to begin peace negotiations. The armistice, as it was known, took effect on the eleventh hour […]