He korero na Alistair Te Ariki Campbell e pa ana ki te ANZAC pakanga i tu ki gallipoli
Ka awatea ka tineia te kamokamo o te mata o te kanohi, katahi ka timata matou ki te whawhai o taua rangi nei. Ko nga Taitama o te pamu, o te kohao whenua, o te taone, o te kura ranei, i matea i te puke pupu rere a i matea hoki matou i te puke tupapaku i takotokoto ai. Kihai te tangata i pohehetia ai.
Ka maumaharahara kia ratou ma.
New Zealand poet Alistair Te Ariki Campbell wrote this about the ANZACs in Gallipoli:
"The light of adventure that shone so brightly in our eyes when we set out was extinguished that day. Young men from the farms, the mines, the cities, the public schools, we died in a vast quagmire of blood and broken bodies. No one told us it would be like this."