Anzac Day

What's Wrong with ANZAC?: The Militarisation of Australian History  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by ksveta6 at March 28, 2018
What's Wrong with ANZAC?: The Militarisation of Australian History

What's Wrong with ANZAC?: The Militarisation of Australian History by Marilyn Lake,‎ Henry Reynolds
2010 | ISBN: 1742231519, 174224002X | English | 192 pages | PDF (conv) | 0.7 MB

Memoirs of an Anzac  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Bayron at July 25, 2016
Memoirs of an Anzac

Memoirs of an Anzac: A First-hand Account by an AIF Officer in the First World War by John Charles Barrie
English | 2015 | ISBN: 1925106497 | 296 pages | EPUB | 0,4 MB

War, Sport and the Anzac Tradition  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by AlenMiler at June 23, 2016
War, Sport and the Anzac Tradition

War, Sport and the Anzac Tradition (Palgrave Studies in Sport and Politics) by Kevin Blackburn
English | 16 Dec. 2015 | ISBN: 1137487593 | 142 Pages | PDF (True) | 1.57 MB

Commemoration of war is done through sport on Anzac Day to remember Australia's war dead. War, Sport and the Anzac Tradition traces the creation of this sporting tradition at Gallipoli in 1915, and how it has evolved from late Victorian and Edwardian ideas of masculinity extolling prowess on the sports field as fostering prowess on the battlefield.
Anzac To Zentsuji: The Military Career of Colonel J.J. Scanlan DSO* MID** Gallipoli 1915, France, Belgium 1916-18 Anzac

Anzac To Zentsuji: The Military Career of Colonel J.J. Scanlan DSO* MID** Gallipoli 1915, France, Belgium 1916-18 Anzac, Villers-Bretonneux, Hamel, Amiens, Hindenburg Line, Rabaul 1941-42 by Lex McAulay
English | 29 July 2012 | ASIN: B008QTJ02Q | 359 Pages | AZW3 | 1003 KB

25 April 1915: The Day the Anzac Legend was Born (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Oleksandr74 at May 27, 2016
25 April 1915: The Day the Anzac Legend was Born (Repost)

David W. Cameron - 25 April 1915: The Day the Anzac Legend was Born
Allen & Unwin | 2007 | ISBN: 1741149800, 9781741149807 | English | 353 pages | PDF | 17.38 MB

25 April 1915: The Day the Anzac Legend was Born (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Oleksandr74 at Jan. 13, 2014
25 April 1915: The Day the Anzac Legend was Born (Repost)

David W. Cameron - 25 April 1915: The Day the Anzac Legend was Born
Allen & Unwin | 2007 | ISBN: 1741149800, 9781741149807 | English | 353 pages | PDF | 17.38 MB

25 April 1915: The Day the Anzac Legend was Born  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by AlenMiler at March 1, 2009
25 April 1915: The Day the Anzac Legend was Born

David W. Cameron, "25 April 1915: The Day the Anzac Legend was Born"
Publisher: Allen & Unwin Pty LTD | 2007-01-04 | ISBN 1741149800 | PDF | 360 pages | 16.8 MB

Woman's Day New Zealand - April 29, 2018  Magazines

Posted by Pulitzer at April 25, 2018
Woman's Day New Zealand - April 29, 2018

Woman's Day New Zealand - April 29, 2018
English | 96 pages | True PDF | 44.0 MB

Bad Day at Black Rock (1955)  Video

Posted by rwdfox at April 24, 2018
Bad Day at Black Rock (1955)

Bad Day at Black Rock (1955)
BRRip | 1h 21mn | 720x282 | AVI XviD@1571Kbps 23.98fps | MP3@192Kbps 2CH 48KHz | 1.01 GiB
BRRip 720p | 1h 21mn | 1280x502 | MP4 AVC@1500Kbps 23.98fps | AAC@224Kbps 2CH 48KHz | 0.99 GiB
BRRip 1080p | 1h 21mn | 1920x752 | MP4 AVC@2500Kbps 23.98fps | AAC@224Kbps 2CH 48KHz | 1.56 GiB
Language: English | Genre: Crime, Drama, Mystery | Subtitles: None

From the time John J. Macreedy steps off the train in Black Rock, he feels a chill from the local residents. The town is only a speck on the map and few if any strangers ever come to the place.
David Bowie - Let's Dance (Full Length Demo) (Record Store Day Exclusive) (1983/2018) [Vinyl-Rip]

David Bowie - Let's Dance (Full Length Demo) (Record Store Day Exclusive) (1983/2018)
Vinyl Rip 16-44 | FLAC (tracks) - 81 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 28 Mb | 00:12:15
Pop Rock, Art Rock, Glam Rock | Label: Parlaphone Records

This black vinyl 45 rpm 12” single features the first appearance of the full length demo of ‘Let’s Dance’, previously released in an edited form through digital download and streaming services for David’s birthday on 8th January this year. The full length version clocks in at 7.34, compared the edit which is 5.19 in length. Both versions were mixed by Nile Rodgers (original co-producer of the demo with David) in December of last year. The demo is backed by the live version of ‘Let’s Dance’, which was recorded live at Pacific National Exhibition Coliseum in Vancouver on 12th September 1983 and mixed by Bob Clearmountain. This version can be seen on the Serious Moonlight concert film, and was also previously available on the reverse of the Australian David Bowie Is exhibition as an exclusive yellow vinyl 7” single. The sleeve of the 12” single is a colour variation of the original Let’s Dance single cover.