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In the many books written about the campaign after the First World War, there is a constantly repeated belief that posterity would never forget what happened there. Such and such a regiment's bayonet charge will 'go down in history'; the deed is 'immortal' or 'imperishable; is enshrined forever in the records of the past. But who in this generation has heard of the Lancashire Landing, or Gully ...
He was awarded the A.O. (Officer of the Order of Australia) in the 1978 Queen's Birthday Honours List for his services to Literature.