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CityLiverpool, then a town 30 km to the west of Sydney, was the site of the main camp for the reception and basic training of recruits for the AIF in New South Wales during the First World War. The first ...
PlaceNamed after Colonel Harold Pope of the 16th Battalion, Pope's Hill was a razor-backed ridge lying at the centre of a fork at the head of Monash Valley, in the heights above ANZAC Cove. It was occupied...
PlaceQuinn's Post was the most advanced post of the ANZAC line. Located on the northern edge of the main ANZAC line, along with Pope's Hill, it was one of the keys to the Monash and Shrapnel valleys. If it...