ANZAC ww1 gallipoli

On 25th April 1915 the ANZACs landed in Gallipoli cove, to prepare for their horrific battle.The ANZACs were under consistant fire from the well hidden Turks. More than 11,000 ANZACs died at Gallipoli and 23,500 were wounded.
What is ANZAC day ? ANZAC day is Australia and New Zealand's national rememberance day, honoring all those brave ANZACs that vollenteared to fight for their country. On the 25th of April every year NZ and Australia celebrate the day when their soldiers went to battle.
People place poppies on these walls to look back at all the brave ANZAC soldiers that lost their lives in battle. People come with poppies to these walls to remember their lost and loved ones and keep the ANZAC spirit alive.
ANZAC battle scene painting
ANZAC Biscuits Recipe: 1 cup of flour, 1 cup of caster sugar, 1 cup of desiccated coconut, 2 cups rolled oats, 125 Grams butter, 2 tea- spoon golden syrup, 1 teaspoon baking soda, 3 teaspoon boiling water.

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Created with images by diego_torres - "sunset field poppy sun" • Archives New Zealand - "Landing on the Gallipoli Peninsula, 25 April 1915" • edwin.11 - "ANZAC Day Parade" • gerard4170 - "remembrance anzac lest" • Archives New Zealand - "Landing at Gallipoli" • Jaro Larnos - "Anzac"

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