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It's ANZAC Day on Thursday and in 2019 we're now at the end of WW1 centenary commemorations. The end of the war was an enduring cultural moment - and that was reflected in it's music. Audio, Gallery
On Sunday it'll be 100 years since they signed the Armistice. It wasn't the war to end wars, in fact it was the war that led to a bigger one. Audio
Malia Johnston is the director and choreographer of a performance commissioned for the Armistice centenary, He Wawa Waraki Roaring Chorus 2018: a twenty minute piece weaving historic text… Audio
A cacophony of sound across the country on the weekend will break the two-minute silence of remembrance marking the centenary of the Armistice that brought an end to World War I.
Sergeant Cobb recalls an armistice to bury the dead from both sides at Gallipoli, May 1915. Burial lessened the threat of disease and was in the interests of both the allied and Turkish forces. Audio