The Australian War Memorial has launched its first centenary of the First World War travelling exhibition, A Camera on Gallipoli.
It showcases a series of 39 photographs captured by Sir Charles Ryan during his time as a medical officer on the Gallipoli peninsula.
This will be the first time the Memorial has produced an exhibition available in multiple formats: a framed photographic exhibition, a free standing graphic exhibition and a digital version.
The framed photographic and free standing graphic versions will travel around the country to more than 30 locations, while the digital version will be provided to more than 69 locations for display.
The digital format will be available to community groups and overseas embassies and consulates for the duration of the ANZAC centenary.
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