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From the movie Gallipoli - Archy (Mark Lee) and Frank (Mel Gibson) have a friendly race to the pyramids, where they carve their names into the stone.
8 Jun 2012
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From the movie Gallipoli - Archy (Mark Lee) and Frank (Mel Gibson) are reunited during a practice battle.
8 Jun 2012
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From the movie Gallipoli - Archy (Mark Lee) meets Frank (Mel Gibson), who encourages him to avoid the army’s age restriction by enlisting in Perth.
8 Jun 2012
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From the movie Gallipoli - It is an absolute massacre when the troops go out against the Turkish trenches armed only with bayonets.
9 Jun 2012
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From the movie Gallipoli - Archy (Mark Lee) tries to console Frank (Mel Gibson) when he finds out Snowy (David Argue) is injured and Barney (Tim McKenzie) is dead.
9 Jun 2012
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From the movie Gallipoli - Archy (Mark Lee) and Frank (Mel Gibson) witness the chaos happening in the trenches when the soldiers get bored.
9 Jun 2012
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From the movie Gallipoli - Archy (Mark Lee) and the rest of the soldiers prepare for the final wave across the Turks as Frank (Mel Gibson) races back with the new orders to cancel the attack.
13 Jun 2012
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Una serie di scatti hot, hanno fatto sì che in poche ore, Mara Venier, divenisse la "regina del gossip estivo". In vacanza a Gallipoli, con suo marito Nicola Carraro, la Venier mostra un seno a dir poco "super" e difficile da contenere all'interno delle acque, piuttosto agitate della splendida città pugliese e, nonostante indossi un sobrio costure intero, in una vitaminica nuance arancione, le forme prorompenti le giocano un brutto scherzo. La scollatura è infatti troppo pronunciata per contenere tanta abbondanza, e lei, Mara Venier, rischia di finire in topless davanti agli obiettivi curiosi dei paparazzi. La conduttrice televisiva per combattere la calura entrata in acqua per bagnarsi, si piega in avanti e il seno extra large cerca di uscirle in ogni modo dal costume. Mara cerca di contenere come può tanta abbondanza, ma il risultato dà comunque modo ai fotografi di rubarle alcuni scatti decisamente bollenti.   Subito dopo "l'impatto" con l'onda, la Venier è stata costretta ad uscire dall'acqua per darsi una bella sistema e avvolgersi come una giunonica sirena, in un pareo contenitivo. Il tutto sotto l'occhio vigile del suo Nicola, che però non sembra per niente dispiacersi delle abbondanze della sua donna.
28 Dec 2012
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19 Apr 2009
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Çanakkale savaşı gelibolu yarım adası savaşı...1915 yılında super bi belgesel.
28 Nov 2009
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Purtroppo la fonte è biscardi però la sequenza è quella.. incidenti stagione 2005-2006
9 Jan 2010
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Çanakkale savaşı gelibolu yarım adası savaşı...1915 yılında super bi belgesel.
18 Mar 2010
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A very sad, but beautiful, song. One of the best renditions that I know by the Three Irish Tenors. I put together the clips of the real thing: World War I, Gallipoli and Sulva Bay... This song could be called the Australian 'National Anthem'.
21 May 2009
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AND THE BAND PLAYED WALTZING MATILDA When I was a young man I carried my pack And I lived the free life of a rover From the Murrays green basin to the dusty outback I waltzed my Matilda all over Then in nineteen fifteen my country said Son It's time to stop rambling 'cause there's work to be done So they gave me a tin hat and they gave me a gun And they sent me away to the war And the band played Waltzing Matilda As we sailed away from the quay And amidst all the tears and the shouts and the cheers We sailed off to Gallipoli How well I remember that terrible day How the blood stained the sand and the water And how in that hell that they called Suvla Bay We were butchered like lambs at the slaughter Johnny Turk he was ready, he primed himself well He chased us with bullets, he rained us with shells And in five minutes flat he'd blown us all to hell Nearly blew us right back to Australia But the band played Waltzing Matilda As we stopped to bury our slain We buried ours and the Turks buried theirs Then we started all over again Now those that were left, well we tried to survive In a mad world of blood, death and fire And for ten weary weeks I kept myself alive But around me the corpses piled higher Then a big Turkish shell knocked me arse over tit And when I woke up in my hospital bed And saw what it had done, I wished I was dead Never knew there were worse things than dying For no more I'll go waltzing Matilda All around the green bush far and near For to hump tent and pegs, a man needs two legs No more waltzing Matilda for me So they collected the cripples, the wounded, the maimed And they shipped us back home to Australia The armless, the legless, the blind, the insane Those proud wounded heroes of Suvla And as our ship pulled into Circular Quay I looked at the place where my legs used to be And thank Christ there was nobody waiting for me To grieve and to mourn and to pity And the band played Waltzing Matilda As they carried us down the gangway But nobody cheered, they just stood and stared Then turned all their faces away And now every April I sit on my porch And I watch the parade pass before me And I watch my old comrades, how proudly they march Reliving old dreams of past glory And the old men march slowly, all bent, stiff and sore The forgotten heroes from a forgotten war And the young people ask, "What are they marching for?" And I ask myself the same question And the band plays Waltzing Matilda And the old men answer to the call But year after year their numbers get fewer Some day no one will march there at all Waltzing Matilda, Waltzing Matilda Who'll come a waltzing Matilda with me And their ghosts may be heard as you pass the Billabong Who'll come-a-waltzing Matilda with me? copyright © Eric Bogle
24 May 2009
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November 11 - Remembrance Day, 2007 "Waltzing Matilda" is a very famous Australian folk song and a "Matilda" was the name given to the pack that Australian farm workers carried on their backs. To "Waltz Matilda" meant to carry your pack of belongings through the bush. The song "The Band Played Waltzing Matilda" by <b>Eric Bogle</b> is about 50000 Australian soldiers who fought against Turkish troops and died in the Battle of Gallipoli in World War I. Mixed with pictures from Gallipoli are pictures ...
18 Mar 2009
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<b>çanakkale</b> savaş atatürk türkiye şehit gazi mehmetçik asker türk conkbayırı arıburnu gallipoli anzak <b>Çanakkale</b> Savaşı 1. Bölüm <b>ÇANAKKALE</b> SAVAŞI 1. BÖLÜM <b>ÇANAKKALE</b> ZAFERİ 1. BÖLÜM <b>ÇANAKKALE</b> SAVAŞI 1. BÖLÜM, (<b>ÇANAKKALE</b> ZAFERİ) <b>çanakkale</b> savaşını unutmama adına yaptğım bu filmi umarım beğenirsiniz.
25 May 2009
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