The Battles at Bullecourt in April and May 1917 were an unmitigated disaster. Marred by poor planning and disastrous mechanical failures, the battles resulted in more than 10,000 casualties and over 1,000 Australians taken prisoner. Neil Sharkey, Shrine Curator, will take guests on a tour of the Blood Tub exhibition and explore the factors which made the eventual victory hollow at best.
Presenter: Neil Sharkey
Date: Tuesday 11 April, 1pm
Location: Visitor Centre, Shrine of Remembrance
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