Anzac Day In Australia

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ANZAC DAY IN AUSTRALIA
By: Anzacdays.com

Anzac day has very important
meaning in the hearts of
every Australian.


During
World
War
1,
Australian and New Zealand
soldiers landed at Gallipoli on
25th April, 1915, with the
intention

to
take
down
Turkey
and
capture
Constantinople.



The soldiers who landed at
Gallipoli were called Anzac
Soldiers.

The Beach where they landed
was known as Anzac Cove.


The term Anzac stands for
Australian and New Zealand
Army Corps.

Anzac day is commemorated

in
remembrance
of
the
soldiers who served and died
during the first World War
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Anzac
day
messages 2014.


Anzacs made their base at
Anzac cove for almost 8
months.

After 8 months Anzac soldiers

were evacuated, the total
casualties happened during
this 8 months was like 8000
Australian soldiers and 2500
New Zealand Soldiers.


25th April is a public holiday
in Australia and also in New
Zealand.

Anzac day recognizes the
qualities of courage, bravery,
mate ship and sacrifices
shown by the Anzac's.



Commemorative services are
held at war memorial in
Australia.

In the year 1942, first time
commemorative

services
were held at war memorial.