The Annual History Lecture is one of the History Council of NSW’s flagship events. First held in 1996, it was inaugurated by the History Council of NSW to underline the importance of history to current issues and concerns.
In this address Chris Masters reflects on how effectively and insufficiently journalists operate as historians. And as Australians approach the centenary of the Gallipoli landing, he makes a case for the reframing of a foundation story that swells in importance and confusion.
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