Honest History asks why do the people who control our war memorials look so unlike the rest of us and why does this matter? And, a century on, how much will we hear about the big domestic stories of the Great War? The ‘Gentle Reader’ reviews Anthony Hill’s book about a Canberra region family in war and peace. Ann Moyal contemplates what was on Winston Churchill’s mind as the Dardanelles campaign wound up. Humphrey McQueen makes some notes on Australian banking history. And film-makers bid to produce a Monash film for the Villers-Bretonneux ‘interpretive centre’.