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Jack Hazlitt describes his landing at Gallipoli See-Think-Wonder What do you see? What do you think about that? What does it make you wonder?
Where is the mother and her two daughters in the foreground going? When was this picture painted? What clues are there? Why was this painted? What was the artist trying to say? Look carefully at the shops along Bourke Street. … Continue reading
[quicktime]http://media.australianbiography.gov.au/hazlitt/media_nh/ex3_med.mov[/quicktime] Jack Hazlitt lied about his age to enlist in WW1. This is a segment of the last interview he gave about his experiences before he died aged 96. 1. What caught your attention? 2. What do you think about … Continue reading