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A revisionist look at the tradition of ANZAC that historically remembers the allied invasion of Gallipoli in World War One but is seen by many Australians and New Zealanders as an essential part of their identity.
Myths are largely invention. History is made of sterner stuff. In an ideal world the myth of Gallopoli and its history belong to separate accounts. But in an age of information overload the boundaries are often fudged...
AQ Journal of Contemporary Analysis vol 74 Issue 1 January-February 2002