Gallipoli as an event reinforces the status quo. The fact that Australian soldiers were taking part in the invasion of another country is conveniently swept under the carpet.
Scott McIntyre trashed the foundation myth and drew attention to the way soft-lit remembrance is used slyly to promote wars of the present and future.
Scott McIntyre committed journalism: triggering discussion and examination of political claims rather than mindless recitation, ritualistic affirmation and compelled acceptance.
Opportunistic politicians and journalists have turned Anzac Day's melancholy event into a death cult, says John Pilger.
The determination of women and the great lengths they went to just to reach The Hague Congress was in itself an act of heroism, especially for those coming from warring nations
A century ago, the Women’s Congress met with the aim of revolutionising a ravaged political landscape.