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  2. ANZAC!

    It is very doubtful if there was a soldier on board of the troopships that pulled out from the various capital harbors of the Common wealth during October of 1914 who ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 7,143 words
  3. ANZAC COVE (LOOKING NORTH).

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    Article : 8 words
  4. THE ATTACK ON LONE PINE.

    This sketch Illustrates the historic attack on Lone Pine—the Third Brigade of Australians fighting their way into the Turkish trenches. Owing to the strength of the overhead cover to the tranches that the Turks has built of pine logs and railway sleepers and clay, there was an awful check when the first line of 300 men reached the enemy's lines. But the Australians stood on the parapets, fired down on the Turks, using their bayonets to hack away the cover and jumped feet foremont into the trenches. The men in the background are attacking the second and third lines of Turkish trenches. The dark lines running from one [?] another[?] ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 216 words
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