The Man the Anzacs Revered
William McKenzie was once one of the most famous of the Anzacs, a legend for his work on Gallipoli and in France. McKenzie was a Salvation Army Chaplain, a species of non-combatant officer usually held in low esteem. He railed against booze, brothels, betting and bad language. Yet he was revered by the soldiers and by many on the home front as well.