|Place made||Australia: Victoria, Melbourne|
|Measurement||overall: 82.2 x 50.1 x 37.5 cm|
The first sculpture acquired for the Memorial's art collection. The figure represents the ideal Australian soldier at Gallipoli, leaning against a broken gun carriage, with his foot placed on a Turkish flag. Clay version made in 1925, plaster made in 1926 and purchased by the Memorial, then cast into bronze in Melbourne in 1927.