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The Landing at Anzac Cove extract   non-fiction   children's  
Issue Details: First known date: 1922... 1922 The Landing at Anzac Cove
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  • Extract begins 'The men selected for this adventure were the 3rd (to land first), the 2nd, and the 1st Australian Brigades' and concludes with 'Thus ended, amid the shriek of shells, the cries of the wounded, and the shouts of defiance from friend and foe, that first Anzac Day' from the original.

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  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon The School Paper for Grades VII and VIII no. 267 April 1922 Z1617954 1922 periodical issue children's 1922 pg. 34-37
    Note: With illus.: 'Map showing the Gallipoli Peninsula, and the Distance of Certain Islands from the Landing-places on it' from C. E. W. Bean's The Story of Anzac; 'Mudros Harbor, Lemnos' from Schuler's Battlefields of Anzac; and 'General Sir W. R. Birdwood's Dugout at Anzac, Gallipoli, November, 1915' by Col. T. H. Blamey.
Last amended 31 Oct 2013 12:05:36
  • Anzac Cove, Gallipoli,
    Middle East, Asia,
  • 1915
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