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In Memory Of Tom Dean, Ww1 Boy. In Memory Of Tom Dean, Ww1 Boy. Presentation Transcript

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  • THE GREAT WAR
    • Name: Thomas Dean
    • Age of enlistment: Unknown
    • Date of enlistment: 5 October 1915
    • Where he enlisted : A.I.F
    • Came to Australia at 14 ½ years old.
    • Rank: Private [PTE]
    • Battle Fought: Unknown
    • Killed or Wounded: Killed – 27.8.1917
    • Died of wound at 18 years old.
    • His calling was to learn how to fruit farm.
    • School: Gorden Municipal
    • Awards or Honors: None
    • Return to Australia: Died 1917
    • How and Where Commemorated: Tom Dean was commemorated with the 102,000 soldiers that died at war.
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  • ANZAC DAY AND REMEMBRAN CE DAY
    • Anzac day is the 25 th of April. It was to honour the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) who fought at Gallipoli in Turkey during World War 1.
    • The Anzac spirit is a concept which suggests that Australian and New Zealand soldiers shared characteristics and the qualities these soldiers had was shown on the battlefield in World War I
  • Remembrance day
    • Remembrance Day, is a day we commemorate the soldiers in time of war, especially those in WW1. It is commemorated on the 11th November to recall the end of the war in 1918. The 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month.
    • The association of the red poppy with battlefield deaths was a natural symbol to show resurrection and remembrance dates back to the Napoleonic Wars when poppies were the first plant to grow in the churned up soil of soldiers' graves in the area of Flanders.
    • Canadian Medical Officer, began the process by which the Flanders Poppy became immortalised worldwide as the symbol of remembrance
    • They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn At the going down of the sun and in the morning We will remember them.