At 21 degrees of connection from Slim Dusty, Johnny Cash, Patsy Cline and Laura DeSpain, Phillip Schuler belongs in his famous company. A war correspondent at Gallipoli, Phillip was horrified by what he saw, travelled home and enlisted in the Australian Imperial Force. Later commissioned and promoted to Lieutenant, he was killed by shellfire in Belgium in 1917, aged 27 years. His biographer recorded, "His bravery was legendary. His dispatches were evocative and compassionate. He captured the heroism and horror for Australian newspaper readers ..." Phillip's two books, "The Battlefields of Anzac: On Which the Australasians Won Deathless Fame" and "Australia in Arms", and thousands of battlefield photographs, have provided a lasting legacy of the horrors endured by young people at war.