It’s a saying that dates back to ancient Greece to a man named Aeschylus who was born in 525 BC;
“In war, truth is the first casualty.”
I wrote this for publication on Independent Australia on ANZAC Day.
A day where we honour the memories of those who fought and died in armed combat to defend both our country and our allies.
It is also a day where we make a solemn oath to not forget their names, their deeds, and their motivations.