A very interesting account of a little known aspect of the ANZAC experience. Like many versions of the period that have emerged as a result of the centenary of the Gallipoli travesty it is highly critical of many of the military strategies adopted, something about which we have become blissfully unaware and distanced from as we continue to attempt to justify the unnecessary slaughter of so many during a disastrous campaign. Funder does not resile from alerting us to what actually happened as opposed to what we might like to think happened.

 – Review of Watson’s Pier by peter Wilms via Amazon.

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