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Monash

/ˈməʊnˌæʃ/
noun
1.
Sir John. 1865–1931, Australian military commander. Leader of Australian forces in World War I
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  • General monash then asked that a Staff officer should be sent up to reconnoitre the position.

    Australia in Arms Phillip F.E. Schuler
  • In this way began an attempt to rush our trenches at the head of monash Gully.

    Australia in Arms Phillip F.E. Schuler
  • General monash, commanding the Australian corps, was there, with the general of the French division on his right.

    Now It Can Be Told Philip Gibbs
  • But at 3.20 on the morning of May 29, an ear-splitting explosion brought everyone in monash Gully to his feet.

    New Zealanders at Gallipoli Major Fred Waite
  • Major-General monash has encouraged by approval and assistance various forms of recreation and entertainment.

  • At the head of monash Gully the valley forked into three steep gullies.

    New Zealanders at Gallipoli Major Fred Waite
  • Pope's Hill filled the gap between the heads of monash Gully.

    Australia in Arms Phillip F.E. Schuler
  • At the apex of the line, the head on monash Gully, the great Turkish attack of the day developed.

    Australia in Arms Phillip F.E. Schuler
  • Though orders were out against any one's leaving the ship, Colonel monash offered me permission to go and look for him.

    Five Months at Anzac Joseph Lievesley Beeston
  • The top of this valley was afterwards known as monash Gully.

    New Zealanders at Gallipoli Major Fred Waite

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