The campaign was launched on 25 April 1915 when two landings were made. One was the a 35,000-strong British main force led by Lieutenant General Hunter Weston and the other a 17,000-strong support force comprising men from the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) under General William Birdwood.
On Anzac day we remember all those soldiers who fought for our country.
Anzac stands for Australian N ew Zealand army corps.
On Anzac day we go to services in our local town.
A Gallipoli grave site
The War Memorial The war memorial is a place where people can go to look at tanks guns and a hole lot of other things about war. People can also research their family members that served In the war . The Australian war memorial War veteran Solute to the Anzacs.
My Reflection I respect the Anzacs how they served in the war. I think that the war in Gallipoli was really bad how they got ambushed but I would like to go to Gallipoli . Diggers resting in the mud The traditional poppy laying
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