Anzac Day by Jade

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Anzac Day by Jade

  1. 1. ANZAC Day By Jade
  2. 2. ANZAC Day <ul><li>ANZAC Day stands for Australian New Zealand Army Corp. It is a day when we remember what happened in Gallipoli and world war. </li></ul>
  3. 3. ANZAC Day <ul><li>On ANZAC Day we remember the people who fought in the world wars. People often think about their relatives who fought in the war on ANZAC Day. The government wanted to establish his reputation to the world. The battle in Gallipoli made Australians feel very powerful and proud. </li></ul>
  4. 4. ANZAC Day <ul><li>ANZAC Day first became a national day of commemoration on the 25 th of April 1916. Some people wear red poppies because they were the first flower to grow back after the war. It was officially named ANZAC Day in 1915. The order of ANZAC Day that takes place in the day services is stand, two minutes silence, a lone bugler plays the last post, then concluded the service with a reveille. </li></ul>
  5. 5. ANZAC Day <ul><li>The Australian soldiers fought underneath the Australian flag. The gun salute is the 21 guns in one line, at the ceremony they pull the trigger and the 21 guns go off to remember the people who went to war. The unknown soldier is bones that have been buried and got the name above them, The Unknown Soldier. </li></ul>
  6. 6. ANZAC Day <ul><li>ANZAC Day is a very important day for many people. </li></ul>
  7. 7. Thanks <ul><li>Thanks for watching my PowerPoint I hope you liked it!!!! </li></ul>

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