Gallipoli - 50 years on
- Turkish machine-guns at the landing. by Chris Roberts.
It has long been believed that Australian troops faced machine-guns at ANZAC Cove, but is it another myth?
- Burning Bridges by Peter Pedersen.
Was the 1st Australian Division’s first commander a good general or a dud?
- Hooky Walker the English general by Peter Burness.
The AIF needed senior British officers until Australians of suitable rank, training and experience became available.
- The evacuation of ANZAC by Robyn Van Dyk.
After a disastrous campaign, a brilliant deception was carried off with great success.
- Digging in and holding on by Patricia Sabine.
A newly created panorama, featured inside our cover, gives a remarkable view of Gallipoli.
- A real Bastard by Lachlan Coleman.
A man with an unfortunate name left a vivid account of Gallipoli.
- The scourge of Bomber Command by Phillip Bradley.
An ace Nachtjäger pilot had extraordinary success against Allied bombers.
- Nurses under fire by Elizabeth Stewart.
“It is Fritz’s fault. He will do these dastardly tricks.”
- A Kittyhawk pilot in Italy by Andrew Arthy.
An Australian fighter bomber pilot flew 119 missions in the Mediterranean, including a raid on a German airfield in Italy.
- Mud and dust by Mike Cecil.
The machinery of war is part of the human story.
- With Collins in the Med by Tom Lewis.
How a talented officer led HMAS Sydney in a great battle.
- Plus regular features including Reflections, Mail Call and Book Reviews
Cover: An unidentified soldier of the 1st Division uses a periscope rifle, invented for use in the trenches of Gallipoli.AWM C03431