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Ballot to save Gallipoli ideals
Do we need a ballot system to protect the 2015 ANZAC Day commemorations at Gallipoli for people who have significant attachment to the event? Tony McManus spoke to Sandy Hollway who is on the committee for the commemorations centenary.
I'm not in a great hurry to be in a ballot to sit in the cold where my paternal Grandfather found himself.
Perhaps I could see the sights of France and visit the Western Front where my maternal Grandfather found himself?
Do a "Grand Tour" while I'm at it? It's very pretty, I've heard.
They came home, wounded, but alive (in a way).
Do you think it ever left them?
How do you think it left my father and his brother who both repeated the act in WII...and never could march in an Anzac Day Parade?
Anyway, you can't protect the dead, only the living.Dellas Saturday 9 June, 2012 - 8:37 PM