The First World War is infamous for its slaughter on the battlefields of Gallipoli, France and Belgium. We’ve all heard the terrible stories of soldiers caught in the war. Despite the horrors, Australian and New Zealand soldiers forged a legend built on their resourcefulness, bravery, and undying mateship, which helped bring the survivors through the conflict. While the Anzac legend focuses on the heroic ordinary soldier and sometimes the outstanding leadership of particular officers, one group of Anzacs is rarely included in the Anzac story. The Chaplains.