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Exhibition focuses on opposite side of Gallipoli story 4 mars 2015

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Northern District Times (Australia) March 4, 2015, p. 34

Monique Cowper

We have heard the Anzac story but a controversial new exhibition at Macquarie University hopes to tell a different tale. (suite…)

Lost secrets of Gallipoli to shape Anzac history 17 septembre 2014

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The Cairns Post (Australia) September 17, 2014, p. 16-17

Charles Miranda

Trench horrors will be remapped by project. A complex network of “lost” trenches that 100 years ago hosted a generation of young Australians has been found in a project set to redefine the Anzac legend. (suite…)

La Turquie moderne est née à Gallipoli 16 janvier 2014

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Le Monde (France) jeudi 16 janvier 2014, p. SPA3
Spécial ~ Europa les lieux de conflits

Jose Miguel Calatayud (El Pais)  Çanakkale, Envoyé spécial

Cent vingt mille hommes sont enterrés sur les lieux de la bataille. C’est un matin d’hiver froid et radieux. Le ferry fend paresseusement les eaux du détroit des Dardanelles de Çanakkale vers Eceabat, dans la presqu’île de Gallipoli, sur la côte nord-ouest de l’actuelle Turquie. (suite…)

New survey work of ANZAC battlefield at Gallipoli about to start 13 septembre 2013

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Radio New Zealand

Friday 13 September 2013

Archaeologists and historians from New Zealand, Australia and Turkey are at Gallipoli to start work on the next stage of a survey of the ANZAC battlefield. (suite…)

Gallipoli, le baptême de feu des Australiens et des Néo-Zélandais 2 août 2013

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Le Figaro (France) no. 21460, vendredi 2 août 2013, p. 11
L’Été du Figaro ~ Les champs de bataille ~ Série (11/12)

Adrien Jaulmes

Le débarquement, en 1915, dans les Dardanelles, de l’Anzac (Australian and New Zeland Army Corps) fut un fiasco. Les épreuves partagées par les membres de ce corps d’armée australien et néo-zélandais allaient toutefois forger une première prise de conscience nationale pour ces Européens du bout du monde. (suite…)

Historian out to explode our take on the Anzac legend 18 avril 2012

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The Age (Australia) April 18, 2012, p. 3

Bridie Smith

The popular story of the Gallipoli landings – long credited as a young nation’s coming of age – is studded with factual errors, according to an Australian historian and former RAAF intelligence officer. (suite…)

Anzac centenary organisers walk in PC minefield 27 mars 2012

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The New Zealand Herald, March 27, 2012, p. A10

Greg Ansley, Canberra

Commemorating our military history in a multicultural society is something of a double-edged sword. Colmar Brunton report (suite…)

Both sides of Gallipoli 23 mars 2012

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Geelong Advertiser (Australia) 23 March 2012, p. 25

Warwick Hadfield

A Turkish boy was taken to Gallipoli when he was just 10 years old. Now, with a PHD from Deakin University, he is taking Aussies on visits to the sacred battlefield. Warwick Hadfield reports. (suite…)

As Gallipoli anniversary nears, researchers map World War I killing ground in major study 23 avril 2011

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The Associated Press | The Canadian Press, Sat, 23 Apr, 2011

By Christopher Torchia, Istanbul

The World War I battlefield of the Gallipoli campaign, where throngs gather each April to remember the fallen, is a place of lore, an echo of ancient warfare that took place on the same soil. Now researchers are mapping dugouts, trenches and tunnels in the most extensive archaeological survey of a site whose slaughter helped forge the identity of young nations. (suite…)

Acturca Journal Watch October 2009 31 octobre 2009

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Acturca Journal and Periodical Review, October 2009

Compiled by Ozan Yigitkeskin

Acturca Journal Watch monitors leading scholarly journals for articles of particular interest to scholars of diplomacy, foreign relations, and international history on Turkey. It is updated monthly. (suite…)

Granddaughter of last Anzac to take part in Turkish commemorations 19 mars 2008

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Australian Associated Press (AAP), March 13

By Katelyn John, Sydney

The granddaughter of the last Australian survivor of Gallipoli says he would have been thrilled that she will be among the first foreign women invited to join Turkey’s war commemorations. (suite…)