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Apr 23, 2021

Filmmaker pushes more official citation for ANZAC tunnellers

Filmmaker pushes more official citation for ANZAC tunnellers Caterpillar Crater on Hill 60 near Ypres, Belgium. Formed in World War One by an blast underneath the German front line in 1917. The crater is 380 feet across from rim to rim.

There’s a move to win greater recognition for the contribution of miners in the Great War. Around 4,600 troops from mines across every state enlisted for service in World War 1, said amateur historian and executive producer of film Beneath Hill 60, Ross Thomas, who believes there were acts of bravery that have gone unheralded…

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