Standing at Anzac Cove in Gallipoli at the 100th year dawn service, an unexpected thought overpowered all emotions.
I was interviewed by ABC Radio National’s Afternoons presenter Michael Mackenzie on the Turkish perspective of the Gallipoli campaign.
My piece in The Conversation on how the Turkish perspective remains neglected in the discussions around the legacy of Anzac.
Listen to an interview I gave as part of La Trobe University’s new “Gallipoli and the Great War” subject.
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.
It’s hard not to look at the pictures of young men being forced to war and feel a deep sense of sadness.
Standing on Anzac Cove, I was torn between my own two identities. And so the desire to embark on this project was triggered.