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‘ ... Who is there that has not felt admiration for the heroism and self-sacrifice of our sailors and soldiers? ... It is no exaggeration to say that they rival any of the heroic deeds that have come down to us through history and which have been celebrated in song or story. The Roman three – Horatius and his companions, who held the bridge across the Tiber, as told to us by Macaulay – the 300 Spartans who fell in the pass of Thermopylae defending Greece against the Persian hosts, the story of which by the greatness of the heroism has come down to us across some thousands of years – that marvellous charge of the English Light Brigade made famous for us by Tennyson. None of these excelled in courage the deeds of the Anzacs at Gallipoli, on the later battlefields of Europe, or wherever they fought elsewhere. In support of these statements I may quote the testimony of a number of authorities. Sir Ian Hamilton Commander of the Allied Forces in the Eastern Mediterranean, sent this message to his Excellency Sir Ronald Ferguson, Governor-General of the Commonwealth, on the 11th May, 1915 – “May I, speaking out of a full heart, be permitted to say how gloriously the Australian and New Zealand Corps have upheld the finest traditions of our race during this struggle still in progress, at first with audacity and dash, since then with sleepless valour and untiring resource. They have already created for their country an unperishable record of military virtue.”"

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http://eured.univ-lemans.fr/dbworkshop/index.php/Detail/objects/95723
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Addresses on Matters Educational Delivered by the Hon. H.F. Hardacre, Minister for Public Instruction, During His Term Of Office, June, 1915 --- September, 1919
http://eured.univ-lemans.fr/dbworkshop/index.php/Detail/objects/95723
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