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express
Senior military officers speak out about the dangers of remaining in the EUmilitary officers speak out about the dangers of remaining in the EU NINE of t
Senior military officers speak out about the dangers of remaining in the EU
express / Posted 5 hours ago
military officers speak out about the dangers of remaining in the EU NINE of the most significant figures in modern British history have given their backing to the campaign to end Brussels rule and appeal to voters to support Brexit in the... Read more
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The Inyo Register
May 22)334 BC – The Macedonian army of Alexander the Great defeats Darius III of Persi
May 22)
The Inyo Register / Posted 2 days ago
334 BC – The Macedonian army of Alexander the Great defeats Darius III of Persia in the Battle of the Granicus. 192 – Dong Zhuo is assassinated by his adopted son Lü Bu. 853 – A Byzantine fleet sacks and destroys the undefended Damietta in... Read more
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heraldscotland
The Sunday Herald's Big EU Debate ... this week: Peace & StabilityAs the UK and US fought fascism, defeated Communism and supported the overthrow
The Sunday Herald's Big EU Debate ... this week: Peace & Stability
heraldscotland / Posted 3 days ago
As the UK and US fought fascism, defeated Communism and supported the overthrow of authoritarian regimes, the peoples of southern and eastern Europe enthusiastically chose democracy and embraced the freedoms and liberties that came with it. It was... Read more
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CBS News
Epic birthday celebration for queen showcases a passiona late night for the 90-year-old, as the more than two-hour-long birthday party
Epic birthday celebration for queen showcases a passion
CBS News / Posted 8 days ago
a late night for the 90-year-old, as the more than two-hour-long birthday party stretched on into the evening, reports CBS News correspondent Seth Doane. About 1,500 people took part, along with hundreds of horses, all broadcast live on TV. Some... Read more
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Daily Mail
Helen Mirren leads celebrities at sound check for Queen's concertActing royalty Helen Mirren leads a roll call of celebrities including Damian L
Helen Mirren leads celebrities at sound check for Queen's concert
Daily Mail / Posted 9 days ago
Acting royalty Helen Mirren leads a roll call of celebrities including Damian Lewis and Declan Donnelly for a sound check before the Queen's 90th birthday concert She is acting royalty herself and has won an Oscar for her portrayal of the Queen. So... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Another Silver For NZDF At Invictus GamesFriday, 13 May 2016, 1:49 pmPress Release: New Zealand Defence Force 13 May 201
Another Silver For NZDF At Invictus Games
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 12 days ago
Friday, 13 May 2016, 1:49 pmPress Release: New Zealand Defence Force 13 May 2016Glenn Barnes and David Sherriff faced off against the British wheelchair tennis team... Read more
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Namibia Economist
What David Cameron’s anti-corruption summit did and didn’t achievetherefore, a fitting venue for an international anti-corruption summit on May 1
What David Cameron’s anti-corruption summit did and didn’t achieve
Namibia Economist / Posted 12 days ago
therefore, a fitting venue for an international anti-corruption summit on May 12th. David Cameron, Britain’s prime minister and the host, has styled himself as a champion of transparency and efforts to stamp out the financial secrecy that allows... Read more
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Daily Mail
Prince Harry delights a 95-old fan by kissing her handPrince charming: Harry delights a 95-year-old fan by kissing her hand on the fi
Prince Harry delights a 95-old fan by kissing her hand
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
Prince charming: Harry delights a 95-year-old fan by kissing her hand on the final day of the Invictus Games in Florida The royal chatted with the cheerful pensioner outside the wheelchair tennis finals at the games this morning Harry beamed as he... Read more
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Zero Hedge
War Is Stupid!be because one of those countries is jealous, or in love, even with the other t
War Is Stupid!
Zero Hedge / Posted 14 days ago
be because one of those countries is jealous, or in love, even with the other that doesn’t want to give up its virgin land to be raped. Perhaps war might take place for hate, because the skin of the opponents (commonly called the enemy) is not... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Casting a Fierce Light on the Battle of the Somme 100 years on Norfolk and Norwich Festival exhibition Fierce Light at NUA's East Gallery. C
Casting a Fierce Light on the Battle of the Somme 100 years on
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 14 days ago
Norfolk and Norwich Festival exhibition Fierce Light at NUA's East Gallery. Caroline Fisher from NUA and Sam Ruddock from Writers' Centre Norwich. Picture: ANTONY KELLY NNF16. Fierce... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Casting a Fierce Light on the Battle of the Somme 100 years on Norfolk and Norwich Festival exhibition Fierce Light at NUA's East Gallery. C
Casting a Fierce Light on the Battle of the Somme 100 years on
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 14 days ago
Norfolk and Norwich Festival exhibition Fierce Light at NUA's East Gallery. Caroline Fisher from NUA and Sam Ruddock from Writers' Centre Norwich. Picture: ANTONY KELLY It was the most... Read more
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ESPN
Our most memorable moments from Invictus Opening CeremonyORLANDO, Fla. -- The Invictus Games were created to honor, educate and inspire,
Our most memorable moments from Invictus Opening Ceremony
ESPN / Posted 15 days ago
ORLANDO, Fla. -- The Invictus Games were created to honor, educate and inspire, and the Opening Ceremony of this year's event delivered the message with flying colors. First lady Michelle Obama, Britain's Prince Harry and Academy Award-winning actor... Read more
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ESPN
The 411 on the Invictus GamesWith the 2016 Invictus Games on this side of the pond in Orlando -- the first w
The 411 on the Invictus Games
ESPN / Posted 16 days ago
With the 2016 Invictus Games on this side of the pond in Orlando -- the first was held in London two years ago -- we answer all of your FAQs: how to buy tickets, when and where to tune in, and what the games are all about. What are the Invictus... Read more
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Gulf News
UN resolution slams attacks on hospitals as war crimesBeirut: The UN Security Council on Tuesday demanded that hospitals and clinics
UN resolution slams attacks on hospitals as war crimes
Gulf News / Posted 21 days ago
Beirut: The UN Security Council on Tuesday demanded that hospitals and clinics be protected in war zones, in a resolution that draws attention to the rise in attacks on medical workers in conflicts worldwide. Less than a week after air strikes on a... Read more
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Palo Alto Weekly
Payton Jordan Invitational offers top distance fieldswith a summary of the top distance races, by race time. Keep in mind that secti
Payton Jordan Invitational offers top distance fields
Palo Alto Weekly / Posted 24 days ago
with a summary of the top distance races, by race time. Keep in mind that sections are subject to change. Qualifying standards, yearly leaders, and pertinent records are listed with the main events. Olympic qualifying: 9:45.00 Olympic Trials... Read more
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Kagay-an News
Scion of Fil-Aussie Family wins kudos for Highland Bagpipe playing in Victoria Apr 29, 2016 The daughter of a Kagay-anon living with her husband and family
Scion of Fil-Aussie Family wins kudos for Highland Bagpipe playing in Victoria
Kagay-an News / Posted 25 days ago
Apr 29, 2016 The daughter of a Kagay-anon living with her husband and family in Melbourne, Australia has won praise for her playing of the Great Highland Bagpipe. In a... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Homecoming: a WWII evacuee's story of the journey home on the RMS Aquitania"As she rushed forward, her arms outstretched in anticipation of an embrace, I
Homecoming: a WWII evacuee's story of the journey home on the RMS Aquitania
Daily Telegraph / Posted 27 days ago
"As she rushed forward, her arms outstretched in anticipation of an embrace, I realised that the woman in the red coat and hat at Manchester’s Victoria Station must be my mother,” said Janet Wood. Wood, (née Jones) was one of the 3,127 children... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Anzac Day Memories: The Sullen Child of History1:52 pmArticle: Binoy Kampmark“Periodic vigilance will protect us against new g
Anzac Day Memories: The Sullen Child of History
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 29 days ago
1:52 pmArticle: Binoy Kampmark“Periodic vigilance will protect us against new generations of lords and masters who exploit national myths to lure us into enterprises born in timidity and corrosive... Read more
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Irish Central
Remembering the 4,000 Irish who died at Gallipoli this Anzac DayToday, on Anzac Day (April 25), Ireland remembers the 4,000 Irishmen who lost t
Remembering the 4,000 Irish who died at Gallipoli this Anzac Day
Irish Central / Posted 29 days ago
Today, on Anzac Day (April 25), Ireland remembers the 4,000 Irishmen who lost their lives at Gallipoli, and during World War I, while fighting alongside the allied forces. Ireland’s President Michael D Higgins attended a dawn commemoration service at... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Young and old honour the fallenFrom babies to centenarians, New Zealanders turned out in their thousands yeste
Young and old honour the fallen
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 29 days ago
From babies to centenarians, New Zealanders turned out in their thousands yesterday to remember their forebears who died in wars. In Christchurch, former air force engineer Bill Mitchell, 103, led the dawn parade in a United States Army jeep,... Read more
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Perth Now
First Anzac Day dawn service in Camp Taji Three hundred Australians, 100 Kiwis, 80 British soldiers, a handful of Ameri
First Anzac Day dawn service in Camp Taji
Perth Now / Posted 29 days ago
Three hundred Australians, 100 Kiwis, 80 British soldiers, a handful of Americans, and one Spanish trooper ignored an invading army of Iraqi mosquitoes to commemorate the first Anzac Day dawn service in Camp... Read more
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Weekly Times
First Anzac Day dawn service in Camp Taji Three hundred Australians, 100 Kiwis, 80 British soldiers, a handful of Ameri
First Anzac Day dawn service in Camp Taji
Weekly Times / Posted 29 days ago
Three hundred Australians, 100 Kiwis, 80 British soldiers, a handful of Americans, and one Spanish trooper ignored an invading army of Iraqi mosquitoes to commemorate the first Anzac Day dawn service in Camp... Read more
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The Courier Mail
First Anzac Day dawn service in Camp Taji Three hundred Australians, 100 Kiwis, 80 British soldiers, a handful of Ameri
First Anzac Day dawn service in Camp Taji
The Courier Mail / Posted 29 days ago
Three hundred Australians, 100 Kiwis, 80 British soldiers, a handful of Americans, and one Spanish trooper ignored an invading army of Iraqi mosquitoes to commemorate the first Anzac Day dawn service in Camp... Read more
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News.com.au
First Anzac Day dawn service in Camp Taji Three hundred Australians, 100 Kiwis, 80 British soldiers, a handful of Ameri
First Anzac Day dawn service in Camp Taji
News.com.au / Posted 29 days ago
Three hundred Australians, 100 Kiwis, 80 British soldiers, a handful of Americans, and one Spanish trooper ignored an invading army of Iraqi mosquitoes to commemorate the first Anzac Day dawn service in Camp... Read more
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Daily Mail
Prince Harry lays wreath at Wellington Arch for Anzac Daylays wreath at Wellington Arch to kick off Britain's Anzac Day commemorations m
Prince Harry lays wreath at Wellington Arch for Anzac Day
Daily Mail / Posted 29 days ago
lays wreath at Wellington Arch to kick off Britain's Anzac Day commemorations marking 100 years since disastrous Gallipoli landings Thousands of people waited at Hyde Park Corner to see Prince Harry lay wreath at Wellington Arch monument It marks... Read more
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EuroNews
ANZAC Day: “It’s a story of brave men who fought in a foreign land for our values”**Dawn service at ANZAC cove in Gallipoli* **Thousands turn out for ceremonies
ANZAC Day: “It’s a story of brave men who fought in a foreign land for our values”
EuroNews / Posted 29 days ago
**Dawn service at ANZAC cove in Gallipoli* **Thousands turn out for ceremonies in Australia and NZ* **Teenager arrested in Sydney on terrorism charges* A dawn service has been held at ANZAC Cove in Gallipoli in Turkey to remember the Australian and... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Australian teen charged with terrorism offence allegedly linked to Anzac commemorationsPolice say the alleged attack was intended to coincide with Monday's celebratio
Australian teen charged with terrorism offence allegedly linked to Anzac commemorations
Daily Telegraph / Posted 29 days ago
Police say the alleged attack was intended to coincide with Monday's celebration of Anzac Day for fallen Australian and New Zealand soldiers. The annual holiday commemorates the 101st anniversary Gallipoli landings - the first major military action... Read more
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EuroNews
Thousands turn out across Australia and NZ to mark ANZAC DayTens of thousands of Australians and New Zealanders have attended dawn services
Thousands turn out across Australia and NZ to mark ANZAC Day
EuroNews / Posted 29 days ago
Tens of thousands of Australians and New Zealanders have attended dawn services to mark ANZAC Day. In the Australian capital, Canberra, about 55,000 gathered at the National War Memorial to commemorate the 101st anniversary of the landings of... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
‘You feel it in your bones, your blood’the turnout. “It just shows how significant.. This dawn service is.” He said
‘You feel it in your bones, your blood’
Daily Telegraph / Posted 30 days ago
the turnout. “It just shows how significant.. This dawn service is.” He said the service had not received any threats and thanked Turkish authorities for their assistance. “They do an outstanding job here year on year out and once again we... Read more
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News.com.au
‘Being here now is very humbling’ANZAC DAY: Air Force Band Prepares For Western Front Centenary Commemorations A
‘Being here now is very humbling’
News.com.au / Posted 30 days ago
ANZAC DAY: Air Force Band Prepares For Western Front Centenary Commemorations April 231:22 Australia?s Air Force Band will be in attendance for Anzac Day commemorations on Monday, April 25, marking the centenary of Australia?s involvement in the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
‘Being here now is very humbling’Telegraph Governor-general Sir Peter Cosgrove attends ‘Anzac Day service at Vi
‘Being here now is very humbling’
Daily Telegraph / Posted 30 days ago
Telegraph Governor-general Sir Peter Cosgrove attends ‘Anzac Day service at Villers-Bretonneaux ANZAC DAY: Air Force Band Prepares For Western Front Centenary Commemorations April 2300:22:53 Australia?s Air Force Band will be in attendance... Read more
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Perth Now
Gallipoli tourists left speechlesstribute to those involved in the campaign 101 years ago. The crowd was enterta
Gallipoli tourists left speechless
Perth Now / Posted 30 days ago
tribute to those involved in the campaign 101 years ago. The crowd was entertained throughout the night by the Australian Army and Navy band as well as songs performed by Brisbane’s St Joseph’s Gregory Terrace choir. The notes sung by the choir... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Mateparae - Pukeahu National War Memorial ParkPUKEAHU NATIONAL WAR MEMORIAL PARK GOVERNOR-GENERAL OF NEW ZEALAND, LT GEN THE
Mateparae - Pukeahu National War Memorial Park
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 30 days ago
PUKEAHU NATIONAL WAR MEMORIAL PARK GOVERNOR-GENERAL OF NEW ZEALAND, LT GEN THE RT HON SIR JERRY MATEPARAETēnā koutou katoa e huihui nei, ki te whakamaumāhara i te rā o ANZAC, ki te whakamaumāhara ki a rātou mā i mate ki tēnei pakanga - ngā hoia hoa... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Peters - Anzac Day“How We Should Remember Them”Wars and the effects of wars live with us. New Ze
Peters - Anzac Day
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 30 days ago
“How We Should Remember Them”Wars and the effects of wars live with us. New Zealand like many other nations is remembering the so called war to end all wars –World War One. In August 2014 we remembered the start of World War One; last year we... Read more
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News.com.au
Anzac Day traditions: Two-up, red poppies, Anzac biscuits explainedANZAC DAY: Thousands Attend Dawn Service at Sydney's Bondi Beach April 250:50
Anzac Day traditions: Two-up, red poppies, Anzac biscuits explained
News.com.au / Posted 30 days ago
ANZAC DAY: Thousands Attend Dawn Service at Sydney's Bondi Beach April 250:50 Thousands of people, including Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, flocked to Sydney?s Bondi Beach for a dawn service to mark the 101st anniversary of the Gallipoli landings... Read more
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Perth Now
Soggy wait for Gallipoli touristsfor the dawn service in Anzac Cove, Turkey. Picture: Ella Pellegrini HUNDREDS
Soggy wait for Gallipoli tourists
Perth Now / Posted 30 days ago
for the dawn service in Anzac Cove, Turkey. Picture: Ella Pellegrini HUNDREDS of Australians have defied travel warnings and bad weather in Gallipoli to mark Anzac Day. Pilgrims braved strong winds to attend a moving ceremony honouring the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Gallery: Your Anzac Day legendsAnzac Day: The faces behind the legend Read the stories and see the pictures y
Gallery: Your Anzac Day legends
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 30 days ago
Anzac Day: The faces behind the legend Read the stories and see the pictures you submitted of the Anzacs who served our country. Lest we forget. David Goodwill "David was just 17 when he signed up, falsifying his age in April 1917." After David... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Nepal earthquake One year on: Shaken-up residents pray guests will returnOne year after a devastating earthquake, Nepal is piecing itself back together
Nepal earthquake One year on: Shaken-up residents pray guests will return
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 30 days ago
One year after a devastating earthquake, Nepal is piecing itself back together and hoping tourists, trekkers and climbers will return. Phil Taylor reports. A year ago today, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake killed 8557 in Nepal. Photo / AP A year ago... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Every single movie coming out this summerThe 2016 Summer Movie Preview is a snapshot of the films opening through early
Every single movie coming out this summer
Los Angeles Times / Posted 30 days ago
The 2016 Summer Movie Preview is a snapshot of the films opening through early September. Release dates and other details, as compiled by Kevin Crust, are subject to change. A Beautiful Planet The view of Earth from space and the information it... Read more
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News.com.au
Aussies at Gallipoli: ‘We feel safe’Roslyn Burge, 69, from New South Wales wanted to visit Turkey to see where her
Aussies at Gallipoli: ‘We feel safe’
News.com.au / Posted 30 days ago
Roslyn Burge, 69, from New South Wales wanted to visit Turkey to see where her great uncle fought and died at Hill 60. Picture: Ella Pellegrini HUNDREDS have this evening gathered to mark the battle of Lone Pine, a decisive battle during the... Read more
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Herald Sun
Aussies at Gallipoli: ‘We feel safe’Roslyn Burge, 69, from New South Wales wanted to visit Turkey to see where her
Aussies at Gallipoli: ‘We feel safe’
Herald Sun / Posted 30 days ago
Roslyn Burge, 69, from New South Wales wanted to visit Turkey to see where her great uncle fought and died at Hill 60. Picture: Ella Pellegrini HUNDREDS have this evening gathered to mark the battle of Lone Pine, a decisive battle during the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Aussies at Gallipoli: ‘We feel safe’Roslyn Burge, 69, from New South Wales wanted to visit Turkey to see where her
Aussies at Gallipoli: ‘We feel safe’
The Courier Mail / Posted 30 days ago
Roslyn Burge, 69, from New South Wales wanted to visit Turkey to see where her great uncle fought and died at Hill 60. Picture: Ella Pellegrini HUNDREDS have this evening gathered to mark the battle of Lone Pine, a decisive battle during the... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Full list of Anzac Day dawn services for 2016People lay wreaths after an Anzac Day dawn service in Adelaide’s CBD. HEADING
Full list of Anzac Day dawn services for 2016
Adelaide Now / Posted 30 days ago
People lay wreaths after an Anzac Day dawn service in Adelaide’s CBD. HEADING to an Anzac Day dawn service on Monday and want to check the time or where the closest one is? Here’s the full list of services - plus the Anzac Parade march... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Our women in warCorazon Miller looks at the roles women have played in the course of New Zealan
Our women in war
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 30 days ago
Corazon Miller looks at the roles women have played in the course of New Zealand's military history. A nurse tends to a fallen male combatant, a chain of women toil in factories on home soil, a woman waves her husband off to war. But alongside... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
A Forgotten Past: Anzac and the Armenian GenocideJournalist and historian James Robins writes about the Genocide of Armenians in
A Forgotten Past: Anzac and the Armenian Genocide
The New Zealand Herald / Posted a month ago
Journalist and historian James Robins writes about the Genocide of Armenians in Turkey during the First World War, and New Zealand's historic, but forgotten, links with this event. Armenian residents being deported from the city of Harput, 1915.... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
A Forgotten Past: Anzac and the Armenian GenocideJournalist and historian James Robins writes about the Genocide of Armenians in
A Forgotten Past: Anzac and the Armenian Genocide
The New Zealand Herald / Posted a month ago
Journalist and historian James Robins writes about the Genocide of Armenians in Turkey during the First World War, and New Zealand's historic, but forgotten, links with this event. Armenian residents being deported from the city of Harput, 1915.... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
How a 1916 London parade shaped how we mark Anzac DayAnzac Day: Did a London parade 'set the tone' for a century of celebrations? O
How a 1916 London parade shaped how we mark Anzac Day
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted a month ago
Anzac Day: Did a London parade 'set the tone' for a century of celebrations? One hundred years ago, Australian and New Zealand soldiers marched through the streets of London in a triumphant war time display of the British Empire's might. The... Read more
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NZCity
Thousands mark Anzac Day in AsiaIn sweltering temperatures amid jungle cuttings and manicured lawn cemeteries,
Thousands mark Anzac Day in Asia
NZCity / Posted a month ago
In sweltering temperatures amid jungle cuttings and manicured lawn cemeteries, thousands of Australians and New Zealanders will mark Anzac Day across Southeast Asia on Monday. In the dawn light, services will pause and remember the thousands of... Read more
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Daily Liberal
France delights Diggers as the first Anzac Day is celebratedAfter the horrors of Gallipoli, they have arrived in this wonderland called Fra
France delights Diggers as the first Anzac Day is celebrated
Daily Liberal / Posted a month ago
After the horrors of Gallipoli, they have arrived in this wonderland called France, and are simply stunned by the beauty of it all. Loving it. After the horrors of Gallipoli, they have arrived in this wonderland called France, and are simply... Read more
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The Border Mail
France delights Diggers as the first Anzac Day is celebratedAfter the horrors of Gallipoli, they have arrived in this wonderland called Fra
France delights Diggers as the first Anzac Day is celebrated
The Border Mail / Posted a month ago
After the horrors of Gallipoli, they have arrived in this wonderland called France, and are simply stunned by the beauty of it all. Loving it. After the horrors of Gallipoli, they have arrived in this wonderland called France, and are simply... Read more
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