By the Staff of The Sydney Morning Herald:
By Tony Wright
Why Anzac’s heroics and horrors have a hold on history
There is a spot behind Quinn’s Post cemetery high up on the second ridge of the Gallipoli Peninsula where you can stand and gaze down the length of Shrapnel Gully all the way to the sea.
It is a peaceful place; scenic, you could call it. No one who comes up here speaks for long minutes.
It is like that all over the old Anzac sector of Gallipoli.
There have been endless books and films and documentaries and squabbling among historians and fine speeches by politicians for a century about this place and the sites around and below it…….
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