A History of Australia’s Involvement in WWI – Part 6 – By Mandy Parry-Jones (ASP V10N3)

In spite of failure to take key objectives like Ache Baba and Krithia village and their hideous losses, the Aussies, Kiwis and other Empire troops gritted their teeth and fought on. They began to adapt. The Great War was the mother of invention. The ANZACS fashioned hand grenades from jam tins and barbed wire, and made rifle periscopes using odd bits of mirror and wood.

For the full article, refer to V10N3.