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Friday essay: do ‘the French’ care about Anzac?

Abstract : When the first world war came to an end on the Western Front in November 1918, it was time for Australian soldiers to return home. As in Gallipoli, they left behind their fellow Australians who had died. But the Australian public felt less anxiety about the war graves on the Western Front than those in Gallipoli. France was a mostly Christian country, and an Allied nation. Surely, the French would deeply care about the Anzacs? Soon after the war, the Australian government tried to impose the view that Australians had saved the city of Amiens. Canadians, British, French and others were claiming the same, as the Third Battle of Picardy had been an Allied operation... by Romain Fathi, Flinders University / Sciences Po, Centre d'histoire
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Romain Fathi. Friday essay: do ‘the French’ care about Anzac?. 2019. ⟨hal-03471450⟩



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