Anzac Treasures: the Gallipoli Collection of the Australian War Memorial


Written by one of Australia’s finest military historians, Anzac treasures tells the Anzac story and evokes what Australians endured on Gallipoli as never before – through the priceless objects, photographs, works of art, diaries, and documents in the Australian War Memorial’s collection.

Illustrated with hundreds of items from the collection, Anzac treasures reveals the story of Gallipoli in an entirely new light.

Hard cover, photographs, 422 pages.


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