The First World War officially ended on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month of 1918. Every year on this day we remember those who fought and fell in the Great War and in those wars that followed. The years 2014–18 are of course of especial poignancy, marking as they do one […]
Young people cannot avoid awareness of war; it exists in many places in the world today and has existed since the beginning of recorded history. War does not discriminate in terms of the lives it touches; the young may rarely fight in wars but they are affected nonetheless.
With the hundred-year anniversary of the Gallipoli Campaign on 25th April 2015, praise has been flooding in for Anzac Boys by Tony Bradman. The Gallipoli Campaign is described as one of the Allies’ most poignant defeats in WWI, resulting in the loss of many Australian and New Zealand troops – along with men from Britain […]
“I saw a soldier leap overboard in panic. His heavy pack pulled him down like a stone into the dark water.” ”“ Anzac Boys, Tony Bradman On Saturday 25th April it will be 100 years since the brutal Gallipoli Campaign. Tony Bradman, author of Anzac Boys, always knew his grandfather served in the campaign, but […]