Honest History evidence on Anzac centenary splurge featured in News Limited

Ian McPhedran’s article on the News website ‘Government spending more than $8800 for every digger killed during WW1‘ draws upon material on the Honest History site about commemoration spending (especially here and here) and quotes Honest History’s David Stephens along with James Brown, author of Anzac’s Long Shadow. The version on the Daily Telegraph site includes some reader comments. The HH site also carries three articles analysing in depth the proposed Monash museum in France, including showing where the money is coming from – the Defence budget.

4 September 2015

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