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Australia Marks WWI Centenary

Tens of thousands of people have flooded into the coastal town of Albany in Western Australia to mark the departure of the first fleet of troops to the battlefields of World War I.  The soldiers became part of the Anzac (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) legend that was born from the savage defeat at Gallipoli in what is now Turkey. One hundred years ago the whaling town of Albany, south of Perth in Western Australia, would have been the last sight of home for many of the young...

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