HARVEY BROADBENT AM, Associate Professor (retired), Honorary Fellow, Macquarie University

Prof. Dame Marie Bashir launches Gallipoli the Turkish Defence

 

Harvey Broadbent AM is a writer/lecturer, broadcaster, TV and Radio documentary maker, cruise lecturer.

Gallipoli Campaign historian, specialist in Turkish, Anatolian, and Eastern Mediterranean History and Culture and Australian cultural history.

Author of four books on the Gallipoli Campaign:

GALLIPOLI, THE TURKISH DEFENCE (Miegunyah Press, imprint of Melbourne University Publishing, 2015)  Latest Publication

DEFENDING GALLIPOLI (Melbourne University Publishing, 2015)  Latest Publication

Gallipoli, The Fatal Shore (Penguin-Viking, 2005)

Other Book: VOICES OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR (Reader's Digest Australia, 2014)

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The Boys Who Came Home, Recollections of Gallipoli (ABC Books, 1990, 2nd edition 2000)

Gallipoli, The Fatal Shore Harvey at Lancashire Landing Cemetery, Cape Helles
  Harvey at Lancashire Landing Cemetery, Cape Helles

Awarded Member of the Order of Australia (AM) in the Australia Day Honours 26 January 2016 for 'significant service to the literary arts as an author and publisher, to the television industry as a producer, and to tertiary education.'

Retired 2015 as Associate Professor, Senior Research Fellow, Dept. of Modern History, Macquarie University, Sydney and Director of the Gallipoli Centenary Turkish Archives Research Project (several years of research in Turkish archives on Turkish operations at Gallipoli 1915)

Completed Project: Converting Gallipoli Centenary Turkish Archives Research Project data for upload onto new research-based website at Macquarie University:

http://www.mq.edu.au/about_us/faculties_and_departments/faculty_of_arts/...

Embarking 2016 on new publishing and broadcasting cultural and social history projects, MEMOIRS OF A SYDNEY PUBLICAN, TURKEY UNDER THE SKIN

Email Contact: harveybroadbent1915@gmail.com.

Post: P.O.Box, 460, Balgowlah, NSW, 2093, Australia