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Case History: Britain, Empire Decline, and the Origins of WW1: Or, Might
the Lessons of the Boer War have 'Saved the Day'?


Sir Alexander Gowrie


A veteran of the 1898 Sudan Campaign and the Gallipoli landings of World War One, he would later be appointed the Governor-General of Australia and opened the Australian War Memorial in 1941.


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