Gallipoli Centenary 2015 Open Day
Saturday 18 April, 2015
12:00 - 6:00pm
Naval, Military and Air Force Club of South Australia
111 Hutt St, Adelaide. (cnr of Hutt and Angus Sts)
08 8223 2422
Join us at the Naval, Military and Air Force Club of South Australia for the Gallipoli Centenary Open Day in the lead up to the Centenary of ANZAC.
The grounds and club will be open to the public to share in the important centenary milestone of Gallipoli.
Share in the history with military equipment displays, Defence and School bands and musicians, military history presentations, military ‘memorabilia roadshow’ and a military book fair.
Food and drinks will be available for purchase on the lawns and inside the Club.
Bookings are not required—For more information please contact the Club on 08 8223 2422 and ask for Mark Jennings, Stephen Diamond or Peter Neuhaus.
Military History Program
Commencing at 1pm
HMAS Sydney Vs SMS Emden – Mark Proctor
The Gallipoli Landing – Planning and Execution – James Hurst
10th Battalion 1st AIF – Silent voices: the story of the 10th Battalion AIF in Australia – Robert Kearney
27th Battalion 1st AIF History – There and Back with a Dinkum – Claire Woods
Gallipoli – The Turkish Perspective – Brad West
Women in WW1 – Not for Glory – Susan Neuhaus
Gallipoli Centenary Open Day Information Sheet
At the time of print the military history program is still being developed. The Organising Committee reserves the right to change the program.
At the open day the Naval, Military and Air Force Club of South Australia will also host a Military Memorabilia Roadshow click on the link for more details.