A History of Australia’s Involvement in WWI – Part 4 – By Mandy Parry-Jones

Young Winston Churchill was eager for some action and thought that an attack on Gallipoli could swing the Balkan States into joining the Allies, opening a route for arms and munitions. Australians and New Zealanders were at the forefront of the attack, everyone knew it was coming; even the Turks.

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