Sunday, April 24, 2011


Although it's still Sunday here, I thought I'd post the link to Craig Sisterson's thoughtful piece about rising at dawn to celebrate ANZAC Day at one of its seminal places--the Gallipoli Peninsula, Turkey. 96 years ago on Monday, Australian and Kiwi soldiers landed on Gallipoli's shores. If you've seen the movie by Peter Weir, you'll know what happens after that. Whether or not you already know the story, it's good to hear it from a Kiwi perspective. Check it out here.

It's an excellent opportunity to check out Craig's very dedicated Kiwi crime blog as well.

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