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Skip to 0 minutes and 4 secondsLAURA JAMES: Welcome to week three of the 100 stories. The men marching behind me are all white, but the story of Anzac is an Indigenous, a multicultural story as well. This week, we'll be talking to Wesley Enoch, the co-creator of the acclaimed play, Black Diggers. And we'll be looking at diaries and other written narratives of war. But first, let's go to Bruce on Anzac cove for the first of our other Anzac stories.

Introduction to Week 3

Watch Laura James introduce the theme of The Other Anzac and the issues you will explore this week.

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World War 1: A History in 100 Stories

Monash University

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