William McKenzie joined the World War I effort as a Salvation Army chaplain, but by the end of the war he had become one of the most famous Anzac heroes, affectionately nicknamed “Fighting Mac”. This is an excerpt of his story—from The Man the Anzacs Revered by Daniel Reynaud.
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