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Anzac Day by Sophie
Anzac Day by Sophie
Anzac Day by Sophie
Anzac Day by Sophie
Anzac Day by Sophie
Anzac Day by Sophie
Anzac Day by Sophie
Anzac Day by Sophie
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  • 1. Anzac Day By Sophie
  • 2.
    • Anzac Day is probably one of the most important days of the year in Australia and New Zealand.
  • 3.
    • It is a national public holiday and we spend
    • 1 minute in silence to remember the 8,000 Australians and 2,700 New Zealand troops
    • That went in the war and died for our country.
  • 4.
    • The date, 25 April, was officially named Anzac day in 1916. It was marked by a wide variety of ceremonies and services
    • In Australia, a march through London, and a sports day in the Australian camp in Egypt.
    • In London over 2,000 Australia/New Zealand
    • Troops marched the streets. Now Australians recognize the 25 April as an occasion of national commemoration. Commemorative services are held at dawn, the time of the original landing, across the nation.
  • 5.
    • Anzac day is probably Australia’s and New Zealand most important national occasion. It marks the anniversary of the first major military action fought by Australian and New Zealand forces during the first world war.
  • 6.
    • The word Anzac stands for, Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. The soldiers in those forces quickly became known as ANZACS, and the pride they soon took in that name endures to this day.
  • 7.
    • Today we still remember the 8,000 Australian ANZACS who went to war and died for us. We also remember the 2,700
    • New Zealand ANZACS who also went to war and died for us.
  • 8. Thank you!!
    • Thank you for watching my power point!
    • I hope you enjoyed it!!

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