ANZAC Research by siena

What is ANZAC day?

ANZAC day is the memorial day for the people from Australia and New Zealand who died in world war 1 in the battle against Gallipoli.

Who was Involved?

The countries that were involved were Australia and New Zealand against Germany and Turkey. The British and french were also involved. Britain, France, New Zealand and Australia were on the Allies' side and Turkey and Germany were on the other.

When did the War take place?

The war started on 28 July 1914 and ended on 11 November 1918.

Why it is important to us?

ANZAC day is important to us because thats the day the ANZACS arrived and where the war started and we must respect how many people died.

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