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Something wicked this way comes

Anna Charlotte In 1914, Australia entered World War I under the guise of fighting for our freedom; or so that was what the British had...

Erdogan incites Gallipoli terror attempt

Remember this? https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=8okA8ckcTdY "Your grandparents came here and saw that we were here, and some turned back on foot, some in caskets. If you come with...

Open letter to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan from an ANZAC

Dear President Erdogan, I’m writing in response to statements you made during a recent political rally. During your passionate speech, you mentioned that anyone from...

The Two Thousand Year War: Part 1

Editor: Originally published on November 11, 2018.  The Christmas period is a good time to review the arguments made here, and part 2 will...

XYZ Live: Anzac Day Special

Anzac Day is a connection to our past and a way to remember the sacrifices made by our forebears, thus it is under constant...

My Tribute to Anzac Day, Heroism and True Sacrifice

This is some stirring stuff from Matty's Modern Life: "It's past time we stare down evil just as (the ANZAC's) did. We are blessed with...

Stories from an East Timor Veteran

Anzac Day is once again upon us and given the heightened tension in Australia’s political climate, I’m sad to say that it will more...

Rising Sons – a tribute to our soldiers

On the eleventh hour, of the eleventh day, of the eleventh month of 1918, all the guns fell silent. And at the time it was...

Gallipoli: The most important battle of the Twentieth Century

Gallipoli, as my XYZ colleague Boethius argued recently, is rightly seen as the birthplace of the nation of Australia. Along with our fellow ANZACS...