Anzac


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Anzac

1. (in World War I) a soldier serving with the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps
2. (now) any Australian or New Zealand soldier
3. the Anzac landing at Gallipoli in 1915
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The New Zealand actor, Antonia Prebble, who played Hilda Steele in the television series ANZAC Girb, was on the voyage.
More than 8,700 ANZACs lost their lives during the Gallipoli campaign, with more than 2,000 casualties on the first day alone.
Having a celebration like Anzac Day does reinforce the aACAyAustralianness' that we share," he added.
After the speech Anzac prayed and recited some anthems.
GALLIPOLI SNIPER, THE REMARKABLE STORY OF BILLY SING: by John Hamilton An Anzac Light Horseman from Queensland, Australia, Billy Sing, may hold the "world record" as the most lethal military sharpshooter, from WW1 with 200 credited "kills", but a possible 300.
But we face some big challenges in the next 12 months - the Anzac Test against Australia and a tour of England - so we need to have to focus on maintaining and improving our levels of performance.
If the referendum will push through, the association wants it to be held after the commemoration and centenary celebration of ANZAC in 2015.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attend the Anzac Day dawn service <Bat the Australian War Memorial in Canberra yesterday
The Anzac Day commemoration goes beyond the anniversary of the landing on Gallipoli in 1915.
Each year on April 25, Australians commemorate the occasion by marking the ANZAC Day.
Perhaps one of the most remarkable aspects of the Anzac story is the admiration Australians direct to the Turks who fought at least as desperately and valiantly as the Australians.
John Connor, Anzac and Empire: George Foster Pearce and the Foundations of Australian Defence (Melbourne: Cambridge University Press, 2011).