A History of Australia’s Involvement in WWI – By Mandy Parry-Jones (ASP V10N4)

Months of fighting with much bravery had won only a toehold in Gallipoli. Now the Allied plan was for an all-out frontal attack on entrenched Turkish positions, known to be well-equipped with machine guns and heavy weapons, in an attempt to break the Turkish lines and send them running.

For the full article, refer to V10N4.