National Archives exhibition: Life Interrupted: Gallipoli moments

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I thought this was worth blogging about – an exhibition at the National Archives in Canberra:
Stories of our soldiers at Gallipoli – in their own words

Embark on a journey with our soldiers at Gallipoli. Through original diaries, photos and letters, this exhibition offers a glimpse of the Gallipoli campaign through the eyes, and in the words, of those who were there.

Personal letters, diaries and photographs from the State Library of NSW reveal captivating personal experiences of servicemen and nurses. Service records from the National Archives remind us that everyone was a volunteer, and they came from all walks of life to serve their country.

31 July to 15 November 2015
National Archives of Australia
Queen Victoria Terrace
Parkes ACT 2600

Link here for details of the exhibition.

http://www.naa.gov.au/visit-us/exhibitions/life-interrupted/

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