This week, Australia lost a giant of domestic politics, Malcolm Fraser, who was often critical of the Gallipoli campaign.
Turkey today celebrates 100 years since the naval victory against the Allies.
A new exhibition in Melbourne portrays, through contemporary art, the Turkish-Australian perspective of the Battle of Gallipoli.
Here are a few snaps from my first visit to Gallipoli in 2014.
On 17 April 1915, Hasan Ethem wrote this letter to his parents. He died at Ariburnu (Anzac Cove) on April 25.
As Anzac soldiers landed at Gallipoli on 25 April 1915, the Turks had realised the day of invasion had come.
From the Dardanelles campaign, to the Seddülbahir Battles, the Arıburnu battles to that in Anafartalar, the Gallipoli peninsula has endured much suffering.
Australian Consol to Canakkale, Nicholas Sergi, outlines the upcoming commemorative events in Gallipoli as part of the 100th year commemorations of the Anzac landings.
It’s hard not to look at the pictures of young men being forced to war and feel a deep sense of sadness.
Australian MP Jason Clare chats about his recent trek through Gallipoli with a group of young people from Australia and Turkey.