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This is in honor of the Australians and the Turks that fought during World War One. This is especially dedicated to the Gallipoli campaign in 1915.
The monument presents a crescent-shaped wall on a circular paved ground.
At the middle of this monument, there is...More
Subject: Ataturk Memorial garden
Location: Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia, South Pacific
Title: Canberra resident and often pass the Memorial
While they are nice words there is no reputable evidence that Ataturk ever said or wrote them. They were most likely made up...More
I'm not aware of any memorials of Hindenberg or Lundendorff in London or Paris so I believe this memorial to Ataturk, as the leader of the enemy forces, is probably unique. It's pleasant to see it and reflect on the common understanding that in war,...More
Like all of the monuments along ANZAC Parade, they are worth a short visit to contemplate the sacrifice made by so many in the wars and battles they commemorate. The service by those who participated is worth recognising, that so many suffered and died for...More
The quotation of Ataturk telling the mothers and fathers that their sons are now the sons of Turkey since they died there. If only such open-heartedness prevailed everywhere for dead soldiers who do their countyry's bidding.
As you walk from the Australian War Museum, this is the first memorial along Anzak Parade. This memorial honors Kemal Ataturk as well as troops from both countries who took part in the Galipoli campaign.
What is remarkable is the spirit of peace that surrounds...More