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'The greatest invasion in the history of warfare was to become a diabolical
failure - an eight-month siege where the bravery of Anzac troops was squandered. But
in doing so a legend, and a nation, were born.' (Source: Screen Australia)
Based on and influenced Les Carlyon's non-fiction book The Great War, but not an adaptation.
Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of
The Right StuffGillian Cumming,
2015single work review — Appears in:
The Courier-Mail,7 February2015;(p. 6-7) — Review of
2015single work film/TV 'The battle was ill-conceived, bravely fought and badly lost - yet it gave birth to the indomitable Anzac spirit...'