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Manuk (voiced by Joshua Ahn), pretending to shoot a gun, exchanges a few battle cries with his absent father, and throws a rock at a man on a bicycle, who crashes.

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The NFSA has completed a digital restoration of Gallipoli (1981).

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Archy (Mark Lee) and Frank (Mel Gibson), newly arrived on Gallipoli, get a rude education on life and death in the trenches.

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Manuk (voiced by Joshua Ahn), in anticipation of the coming train, places a steel bolt on the train track and waits for the results.

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Harry (Graham Kennedy) sets Bung (John Hargreaves) straight about the War: the 'commos’ will win and no-one at home in Australia will thank them for going.

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This is an excerpt from an NFSA product called, Living Ballarat: 1901-1941 (1990).  This clip shows the Ballarat Patriotic Day Carnival on 11 July 1941 to raise funds for British bombing v

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Stan has been placed in charge of security in the Japanese compound. His friend, Hayashi (Junichi Ishada) begs him to try to reverse the order to move some of the prisoners to another location.

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At the Cowra POW camp, another 100 Japanese prisoners have arrived and pour scorn on their compatriots for having accepted their prison status without a fight to the death for the honour of their E

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Corporal Stan Davidson (Alan David Lee) is still recovering from his war injury when he’s posted to the prisoner of war (POW) camp at Cowra. He assumes he’ll be guarding Italian prisoners.

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Bung (John Hargreaves), a soldier from another patrol, comes looking for his stolen pack.