What Is Anzac Day?

Anzac Day is a day when we celebrate the people who fought for our freedom. Anzac day is on the 25th of April and early in the morning around the country lots of parades happen.

Who was involved in World War One?

The Allies included Britain, France, Russia, Italy, United States and the Anzacs. The Central Powers included Germany, Austria-Hungary and Bulgaria.

When did WWI take place?

World War One took place from the year 1914 to 1918. World War One was declared on July 28, 1914 when Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia. World War One started 103 years ago and ended 99 years ago.

Why Anzac Day is important to us?

It is important to us because it is the day the Anzacs landed in Gallipoli. If we never participated in that war we might not have the freedom we have today.



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