Anzac Day By Zara Nelson

What is ANZAC day?

Anzac Day is a day where we celebrate the soldiers that fought in Gallipoli. They were called ANZACs. That stands for Australia and New Zealand Army Corps.

Who was involved in the Gallipoli conflict?

The ANZACs fought against the Turks. Many soldiers were killed, but we still did not win.

When did the war take place?

The battle of Gallipoli took place between the dates of 19 February 1915 and 9 January 1916. The ANZACs left on the 20th of december.

Why is ANZAC day important to us?

ANZAC day is important to us because we might have reletives who fought in the war. We are also happy that the ANZACs fought for us and sad that some of them died.

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