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The insidiousness of Anzac Day is that it cloaks its nationalism and militarism, its imperialist fervour, in a recognition of the horrors of war. It can hardly do anything else, because most soldiers don’t find war a fun time. A game of double-speak is played, in which the horror of war is denigrated, but the sacrifice, valour and bravery of those who fought for their nation is promoted. The result is a sickening situation in which small children walk around wearing deceased relatives’ war medals on a day that marks the invasion of another country.

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