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    • Rosie S

      The ability to explore Gallipoli geographically in 3D, linking with timeline and stories, video, images from the ANZAC campaign of 1915 is a pretty amazing use of online mapping and content organization software.. www.abc.net.au/innovation/gallipoli/gallipoli2.htm

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