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Friends in Crisis: Anzacs and Hellenism

Across numerous conflicts in the first half of the 20th century, Australians and New Zealanders were at the side of Hellenism: World War One, the Asia Minor Campaign (1919-1922), and the relief efforts after the Hellenic, Armenian and Assyrian Genocides.

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Beyond their battlefield record, these Anzacs and others from the Antipodes provided substantial practical and moral support for a people going through successive major crises.

Kale 6f2014 marked the Centenary of the outbreak of World War One, and the commencement of four years of commemorative activity to mark a series of centenaries related to Australia and the Great War…

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