Opinion – Ataturk’s sentiments are junked.

Great vision on junk heap

FOR Australians there is probably no more emotive place on Earth outside their own country.
It is even named after the men who fought there and the many buried in that part of the Gallipoli Peninsula known as Anzac.
For thousands of grieving families there was little likelihood they would ever be able to travel to the small, scattered cemeteries painstakingly recreated at war’s end on the advice of official historian Charles Bean.

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