April 23rd, 2015
Episode 145 of 543 episodes
Gelibolu - that’s what Gallipoli is called in Turkey. Anzac Day has become a cornerstone of Australia’s national history, helping to shape our identity. But this event also has a Turkish perspective. So what does the battle of Gallipoli mean to the Turkish people? What place does it hold in their history?
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