The ANZACs on the Western Front – In commemorating the centenary of the Great War, the important role of the ANZACs – servicemen from Australia and New Zealand – is sometimes overlooked.

Yet they had the greatest number of casualties per man of all the Allied armies, were furthest from home and away the longest.  They were also the only volunteers.  The ANZACs were famous throughout Europe for their hard fighting, their hard swearing and complete indifference to rules and regulations.

In this illustrated talk on 25 April, ANZAC Day, Australian Tony Brett Young describes the substantial contribution made by the ANZACs on the Western Front from 1916 to the end of the war.  Tony has visited all their main battlefields in France and Belgium, and followed their triumphs and disasters.

For further information contact Tony Brett Young on 020 8652 7622 or abrettyoung@hotmail.com or to reserve a place for this event, please phone Sutton Life Centre Library on 020 8644 9696 or email lifecentre.library@sutton.gov.uk

£5, or £4 for Friends members, including refreshments.  

7.30 pm
25th April
Sutton Life Centre


Organised by the Friends of Sutton Life Centre
Sutton Life Centre
24 Alcorn Close
Sutton
SM3 9PX