ANZAC Legend

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Ashmead Bartlett, a British reporter. They were both present on the 25th of April, 1915, when the boats landed at Gallipoli. Source 2.40 describes what they did. It says that bean went ashore while Bartlett watched the whole thing from a battleship. Bean was the greater contributor to the legend. Through this eight month struggle, the Australian Imperial Force (know as the AIF) went through a lot...
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They experienced extremely high weather condition, an unbearable quantity of flies, bad stench of dead bodies and a lot of hardship. But regardless of this they continued to give it all they have got. Some of the qualities that the Anzac legend identifies as Australian include heroic, tough, laconic, can face death bravely, a mate, dislikes authority, courageous, a real man and can survive against all odds (shown in source 2...
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