Shellshocked: How Anzac Troops Coped With The Horror of WW1 | Anzac Day

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On April 25th 1915 Anzac Forces landed on the beaches at Gallipoli. What followed would be an eight-month campaign that would go down as one of the most devastating of WWI, and the larger fight to come on the Western Front. It is on this day each year that these brave men are remembered and commemorated, for giving their lives for their country and putting their fledgling nations on the map. In this program we take a look at what it means to be an Anzac through the years, from WWI right through to Vietnam and what makes this day so important to so many.

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