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OTHER BOOKMARK-WORTHY SITES
- The citation read out for our Ross Hielscher’s 2018 Griffith Australia Day Award, presented on 28 January 2018.
- The text of the Lord Mayor of Brisbane’s citations for his 2018 Australia Day Awards. Our Con Drozdovskii was the recipient (on 24 January 2018 at a glittering Civic Reception in Brisbane City Hall) of an Australia Day Achievement Award in recognition of his 50-plus years of service to community-based, civic-minded volunteer groups in the City of Brisbane.
- The text of the public lecture, “Brisbane Anglican Chaplains and the Prussian Menace, 1914-1918”, delivered by historian, the Reverend Canon Dr John A. Moses, at Brisbane’s St John’s Cathedral on Wednesday afternoon, 5 October 2016.
- Nat Wallace’s report about “The Architect of ANZAC Day” from 9News Brisbane on 22 April 2016.
- Matthew Condon’s illuminating feature about Queensland’s experience of the very first ANZAC Day on 25 April 1916, from “The Courier-Mail” of 23 April 2016
- ABC-TV’s Lexie Hamilton-Smith’s report about the “Architect of ANZAC Day” from 22 April 2016
- 7News reports on “Canon Garland the ‘architect of Anzac Day’ remembered” and other ANZAC Day stories on 22 April 2016
- An article by Kate McKenna from “The Sunday Mail” of 24 April 2016, headed “Paying respects down to chaplain”.
- The Australian Dictionary of Biography entry for David John Garland, by Wendy M. Mansfield
- “The Spirit of Things”, ABC Radio National – interview the Reverend Dr John Moses about Canon Garland and the origins of ANZAC Day, on Sunday, 27 April 2014, at 6:05PM. Interviewed by Rachael Kohn
- The Reverend Dr John A. Moses’s biography of David John Garland, “ANZAC Day Origins”
- Flyer for the Garland lecture presented by the Reverend Dr John A. Moses on ANZAC Day 2014 [PDF, 436KB]
- Video presentation “Journey Through the Life of Canon David Garland: The Architect of ANZAC Day” and the Smilebox video prepared for the centenary of The Requiem For The Fallen service at St John’s Cathedral on 9 June 2015
- The Reverend Canon Dr John A. Moses’s paper, “ANZAC Day as Australia’s All Souls’ Day: Canon David John Garland’s Vision for Commemoration of The Fallen”
- The Centenary of The Requiem of The Fallen event mentioned on the website of the Hon. Teresa Gambaro MP, Federal Member for Brisbane
- The State Library of Queensland’s digital scan of the Programme of Brisbane’s first ANZAC Day commemoration service, held at The Exhibition Hall, Bowen Hills, on Tuesday evening, 25 April 1916
- The Graves of Gallipoli, from Great Poems of the World War
- The Canon Garland Memorial Society’s Facebook page and Twitter feed
- The Home Page of the Anglican Parish of Woolloongabba
- The Home Page of The Cathedral Church of St John the Evangelist, Anglican Diocese of Brisbane
- A History of St Barnabas’ Church, Anglican Parish of Ithaca-Red Hill, by Neville Buch
- The Home Page of celebrated artist, Dr Rhyl Hinwood, AM
- Review page (historical) for 9 June 2015 Centenary Commemoration Concert at St John’s Cathedral
- Honest History: Supporting Balanced and Honest History, some resources
- Ditto, but links to Anzac histories, listed by author
- State Library of Queensland digital retelling of the stories of Padres Green, Woods and Garland
- Link to the origins of poppies on ANZAC Day, on the “5,000 Poppies” blog
- Canon Garland quoted in the State Governor’s ANZAC Day Dawn Service address in 2009
- Blogger Derek Barry’s thoughtful piece, The Metamorphosis of ANZAC Day, from 30 April 2009
- The Queensland ANZAC Day Commemoration Committee explanation of memorials in the State
- The home page of the Service Personnel Anglican Help Society Incorporated
- The St George’s Defence Holiday Suites home page
- The Brisbane ANZAC Day Combined Parade Committee has its own website
- The Gap Anglican Parish had an early association with Canon Garland
- The Kangaroo Point Anglican Parish also had an early association with Canon Garland
ABOVE: John Austin’s article that appeared in the Anglican Diocese of Brisbane’s newspaper, “Focus” in April-May 2012 (page 5), talking about Canon Garland’s legacy at St Barnabas’ Church, Ithaca-Red Hill Parish, on Waterworks Road, Red Hill, Brisbane.
ABOVE: Canon Garland was instrumental in the formation of The Soldiers’ Church of England Help Society. This article appeared in the Anglican Diocese of Brisbane’s monthly newspaper, “Focus”, for June-July 2012 (page 5).