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Video: Eran Tearosh on Australia-Israel connection and WW1 Beersheba commemorations

May 26, 2016

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Eran Tearosh, Chairman of the Society for the Heritage of World War I in Israel addressed an AIJAC luncheon in Sydney, discussing efforts to raise awareness of Australia’s pivotal and historic role in the region and the upcoming centenary of the famous Australian light horse charge in Beersheba.

 

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