Grant was a chaplain at Gallipoli, who frequently braved enemy fire to attend to the men.
It broke the evacuating soldiers' hearts to leave dead friends, and they were determined to honour them.
For the remaining Anzacs, exposed in their trenches, a stormy winter was the last straw.
New Zealanders demanded a way to remember - so the first Anzac Day was held in 1916.
From the Ottoman defence forces emerged Atatürk who, after the war, would spearhead the birth of the Turkish republic.
Twisleton was one of 400 sick, exhausted New Zealanders who took part in the Battle for Hill 60.
Powles and his regiment were some of the last to leave Gallipoli – they were among the ‘diehards’.
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