Tuesday 15 December 3:30-6:00pm
The Gallipoli campaign ended in Allied failure with the withdrawal of their forces from Peninsula in December 1915 and January 1916. On the centenary of the end of the campaign, this event brings together three Deakin University historians to evaluate the experience of Gallipoli on the battlefield and at home. Could the campaign ever have succeeded? How did those at home support the war? And how did they cope with the pain of their losses?
Join Dr Dale Blair, Dr Matthew Richards and Dr Bart Ziino as they re-examine Gallipoli from the streets of Geelong to the heights over Anzac Cove.