Asia still festers over WWII wounds

The legacies of the Second World War could mean conflict today, write Nick Bisley and Brendan Taylor.

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Visitors look at the skeletons of Chinese prisoners which were buried alive by Japanese soldiers. Photo by AFP.

Looking beyond the legend

Four war historians give their insights on the significance of Gallipoli 100 years on.

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Photo by Rita M. on flickr.

Lest we forget what really happened

Mourning, myth and memory clash in centenary of Anzac, writes James Giggacher.

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Archy (Mark Lee) gets ready for the charge at the Nek in Peter Weir's 'Gallipoli'.

The secret to success

ANU historian collects prestigious spy-writing award for first official history of Australia’s Secret Intelligence Organisation.

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