Next Tuesday I have been invited by Moonee Valley Libraries to give their Remembrance Day talk and discuss Watson’s Pier. ¬†Tickets are free but places must be booked and can be done so by clicking here.

“The greatest achievement of the otherwise disastrous Gallipoli campaign was the successful evacuation of 20,000 Australian troops.¬† Joshua Funder tells this epic story through the eyes of his great-grandfather, John Watson, who was one of the Engineers responsible for building the pier at Anzac Cove.¬† Joshua discusses this alternative to the official record. Free, bookings necessary.”

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