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The Department for Culture, Media and Sport
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Title or short description:
The Attack at Dawn
Full description:The poem is 16 lines long, and its subject matter is the Gallipoli Campaign in the First World War. It refers to the anticipation of troops waiting for the dawn, which is when they will attack. The poem is included in a compilation 'Songs of a Campaign', published in 1917.
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Details and dates of publication, broadcast and/or distribution:
Adelaide : G. Hassell & Son, 1917 Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1918 No searches have uncovered later editions.
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|Creator||No||Leon Maxwell Gellert|
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