Anzac has become a national faith, a secular religion. And fact, of course, runs a distant second to belief when it comes to faith

Our four-year, half-a-billion-plus dollar festival of Anzac commemoration officially ended last November.

But it may still be too early to hope that our national remembrance might now extend beyond inflated myths about Australia’s first world war role in Europe and the Ottomans.

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