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    #26
    Sounds like something I'd like to see.

    It seems a bit of a stretch how the article refers to 'ANZAC' troops though doesn't it? 105 Australians and 3 New Zealanders....

    I know NZ had a role in the battle, but it seems a bit of a reach to me.

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    #27
    WeenieBeenie wrote:
    Sounds like something I'd like to see.

    It seems a bit of a stretch how the article refers to 'ANZAC' troops though doesn't it? 105 Australians and 3 New Zealanders....

    I know NZ had a role in the battle, but it seems a bit of a reach to me.
    161 battery provided artillery support

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    #28
    I know they did, but the article is talking about the company that was pinned down. They refer to 'The ANZACS' but they were basically all Australians apart from 3 of them.

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    #29
    WeenieBeenie wrote:
    I know they did, but the article is talking about the company that was pinned down. They refer to 'The ANZACS' but they were basically all Australians apart from 3 of them.
    Ah, probably just poorly written. Standard of nz journalism is appalling

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    #30
    You guys would probably get shitty if they referred to them as "the Australians" without mentioning the three New Zealanders.

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    #31
    Groowee wrote:
    a more important question is why vietnam war era, out of all wars, produced such killer music]

    It was like, the sixties man.