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Uncovering both sides of the Gallipoli legend 23 avril 2011

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The Australian,  April 23, 2011

Stephen Matchett 

An Australian historian is searching Turkish archives for the other side of the wartime story (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…)

Lessons from the ghosts of Gallipoli 6 avril 2006

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The Independent (UK) March 25, 2006 Saturday

Robert Fisk

Wellington reminds me of Maidstone, Kent, when I was a little boy’ the 1912 faades of so many New Zealand shops, the narrow streets, the trolley buses, the giant coins, the slightly old-fashioned English, the demand for doughnuts and hot-cross buns. (suite…)