2011-01-08 We will remember them

Even though many were denied basic freedoms and other citizenship rights it’s now estimated that 800 Aboriginal men served in the First World War, from Gallipoli to the Light Horse in Egypt and even the Australian Tunnelling Company on the Western Front. We remember them in a special tribute produced on the 95th anniversary of the Anzac landing on the Turkish coast.

This program was first broadcast on 24 April 2010.
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2011-01-08 We will remember them

Even though many were denied basic freedoms and other citizenship rights it’s now estimated that 800 Aboriginal men served in the First World War, from Gallipoli to the Light Horse in Egypt and even the Australian Tunnelling Company on the Western Front. We remember them in a special tribute produced on the 95th anniversary of the Anzac landing on the Turkish coast.

This program was first broadcast on 24 April 2010.
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2011-01-08 We will remember them

Even though many were denied basic freedoms and other citizenship rights it’s now estimated that 800 Aboriginal men served in the First World War, from Gallipoli to the Light Horse in Egypt and even the Australian Tunnelling Company on the Western Front. We remember them in a special tribute produced on the 95th anniversary of the Anzac landing on the Turkish coast.

This program was first broadcast on 24 April 2010.
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2011-01-08 We will remember them

Even though many were denied basic freedoms and other citizenship rights it’s now estimated that 800 Aboriginal men served in the First World War, from Gallipoli to the Light Horse in Egypt and even the Australian Tunnelling Company on the Western Front. We remember them in a special tribute produced on the 95th anniversary of the Anzac landing on the Turkish coast.

This program was first broadcast on 24 April 2010.
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2011-01-08 We will remember them

Even though many were denied basic freedoms and other citizenship rights it’s now estimated that 800 Aboriginal men served in the First World War, from Gallipoli to the Light Horse in Egypt and even the Australian Tunnelling Company on the Western Front. We remember them in a special tribute produced on the 95th anniversary of the Anzac landing on the Turkish coast.

This program was first broadcast on 24 April 2010.
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2011-01-08 We will remember them

Even though many were denied basic freedoms and other citizenship rights it’s now estimated that 800 Aboriginal men served in the First World War, from Gallipoli to the Light Horse in Egypt and even the Australian Tunnelling Company on the Western Front. We remember them in a special tribute produced on the 95th anniversary of the Anzac landing on the Turkish coast.

This program was first broadcast on 24 April 2010.
and i though i was the only one to see it this way

2011-01-08 We will remember them

Even though many were denied basic freedoms and other citizenship rights it’s now estimated that 800 Aboriginal men served in the First World War, from Gallipoli to the Light Horse in Egypt and even the Australian Tunnelling Company on the Western Front. We remember them in a special tribute produced on the 95th anniversary of the Anzac landing on the Turkish coast.

This program was first broadcast on 24 April 2010.
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2011-01-08 We will remember them

Even though many were denied basic freedoms and other citizenship rights it’s now estimated that 800 Aboriginal men served in the First World War, from Gallipoli to the Light Horse in Egypt and even the Australian Tunnelling Company on the Western Front. We remember them in a special tribute produced on the 95th anniversary of the Anzac landing on the Turkish coast.

This program was first broadcast on 24 April 2010.
and i though i was the only one to see it this way

2011-01-08 We will remember them

Even though many were denied basic freedoms and other citizenship rights it’s now estimated that 800 Aboriginal men served in the First World War, from Gallipoli to the Light Horse in Egypt and even the Australian Tunnelling Company on the Western Front. We remember them in a special tribute produced on the 95th anniversary of the Anzac landing on the Turkish coast.

This program was first broadcast on 24 April 2010.
does anyone know when this will take effect

2011-01-08 We will remember them

Even though many were denied basic freedoms and other citizenship rights it’s now estimated that 800 Aboriginal men served in the First World War, from Gallipoli to the Light Horse in Egypt and even the Australian Tunnelling Company on the Western Front. We remember them in a special tribute produced on the 95th anniversary of the Anzac landing on the Turkish coast.

This program was first broadcast on 24 April 2010.
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2011-01-08 We will remember them

Even though many were denied basic freedoms and other citizenship rights it’s now estimated that 800 Aboriginal men served in the First World War, from Gallipoli to the Light Horse in Egypt and even the Australian Tunnelling Company on the Western Front. We remember them in a special tribute produced on the 95th anniversary of the Anzac landing on the Turkish coast.

This program was first broadcast on 24 April 2010.
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2011-01-08 We will remember them

Even though many were denied basic freedoms and other citizenship rights it’s now estimated that 800 Aboriginal men served in the First World War, from Gallipoli to the Light Horse in Egypt and even the Australian Tunnelling Company on the Western Front. We remember them in a special tribute produced on the 95th anniversary of the Anzac landing on the Turkish coast.

This program was first broadcast on 24 April 2010.
this is bogus, who would think

2011-01-08 We will remember them

Even though many were denied basic freedoms and other citizenship rights it’s now estimated that 800 Aboriginal men served in the First World War, from Gallipoli to the Light Horse in Egypt and even the Australian Tunnelling Company on the Western Front. We remember them in a special tribute produced on the 95th anniversary of the Anzac landing on the Turkish coast.

This program was first broadcast on 24 April 2010.
does anyone know when this will take effect

2011-01-08 We will remember them

Even though many were denied basic freedoms and other citizenship rights it’s now estimated that 800 Aboriginal men served in the First World War, from Gallipoli to the Light Horse in Egypt and even the Australian Tunnelling Company on the Western Front. We remember them in a special tribute produced on the 95th anniversary of the Anzac landing on the Turkish coast.

This program was first broadcast on 24 April 2010.
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