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[Travel to World War I Gallipoli battlefield by Australians and Turks is outlined as a strategic case study to theorise the power of mobility to shape social memory and national identity. Sociology in recent decades has increasingly appreciated travel as a basis of addressing methodological...
[This chapter begins the book’s comparative historical analysis of travel to World War I Gallipoli battlefield by Australians and Turks by outlining how recruitment and combat zone experience were informed by romantic comprehensions of adventure and modernity. The chapter then examines how...
[Focusing on World War I Gallipoli battlefield and the travel there by Australians and Turks, this chapter examines the relationship between special anniversaries and advancement of pilgrimage rites in the twentieth century. The 50th anniversary in Australia is presented as a failed remembrance...
[This chapter examines how tourism at World War I Gallipoli battlefield has been significant in framing social memory of the campaign in Australia and Turkey. It begins by examining the rise of the Australian backpacker’s tourist pilgrimage to the battlefield in the 1990s, and by examining how...
[This final chapter of the book examines the role of travel to the Gallipoli battlefield as part of Turkey and Australia’s World War I Centennial commemorations. In Turkey, pilgrimage rites advanced in the Centennial were able to bring about a discourse of national social solidarity, bringing...
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