Today is the nintieth anniversary of the landings at Gallipoli, probably the most important national day in the calendar of both Australia and New Zealand. Seen by some as a sideshow to the european theatre it was a hard fought campaign against well trained and motivated Turkish troops. Hopefully there'll be some footage of the commemorations at Gallipoli on the news this evening, if so take a look at the number of young Aussies & Kiwis that make what is to them a pilgrimage. The antipodean youth are intensely proud of their fallen and show their appreciation for the sacrifice. Whenever I see the turnout there I reflect on the relatively few youngsters that pitch at Remembrance Day. Where did we go wrong in teaching our children ?