Australian journalist Keith Murdoch visits the British PM with a secret letter that will change the course of the war. Tolly is commended for his bravery at Lone Pine, while Dave refuses to get help for chronic illness. When General Hamilton requests another 95,000 troops for the failing campaign, the senior officers begin to question his leadership.
Tolly recovers from his injuries in Cairo, and reluctantly returns to the front line at Gallipoli. After one of his close mates is killed, Tolly volunteers for sniper duty alongside the legendary Chinese-Australian sniper Billy Singh. Ashmead-Bartlett brings a newly invented movie camera to the ANZAC trenches, determined to capture the reality of war for the first time.
Tolly is promoted ahead of his older brother, but disaster strikes when their platoon launches a surprise midnight attack. Journalist Ashmead-Bartlett visits Lord Kitchener in London with dire reports on the ANZAC campaign. General Hamilton moves his HQ to the safety of Imbros Island, following the sinking of British warship HMS Majestic.
After a month of heavy fighting, the ANZAC and Turkish soldiers meet in No Man's Land during a cease fire to bury their dead. Tolly risks his life to charging a machine gun nest to protect his brother Bevan. The newly arrived Light Horsemen are shocked by the horrific aftermath of a major battle.
At dawn on 25 April 1915, four mates land with the ANZAC troops at Gallipoli and find themselves in a chaotic and heroic battle for the Turkish heights. By the end of the disastrous first day, the senior British officers make a drastic decision.
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