Thursday April 2, 2020

Gallipoli and the Irish

The review by Ross Golden Bannon (Agenda, 21/10/07) of Jeff Kildea’s book, Anzacs in Ireland, may give the impression that Gallipoli is forgotten in Ireland.

27th October, 2007

The review by Ross Golden Bannon (Agenda, 21/10/07) of Jeff Kildea’s book, Anzacs in Ireland, may give the impression that Gallipoli is forgotten in Ireland.

However, as Kildea outlines in his book, there are annual remembrance services in Dublin for Anzac Day.

Irish and Turkish representatives participate in the ceremonies with New Zealanders and Australians. Irish groups travel to Gallipoli on remembrance journeys.

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