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ANZAC DAY 2007 Perth, Western Australia
For the Fallen
At the reaping and the shearing, At the sawmill and the mine, In the stockyard and the clearing, At the pressing of the vi...
On the morning of 25 April 1915, Australian and New Zealand troops landed under fire on Gallipoli. It was then and in the ...
We remember with pride their courage … On this day, above all days, we remember all those who served our nation in times o...
…  and their comradeship.
We remember what they accomplished for Australia, and indeed for the freedom of mankind
We honour those who died or were disabled in the  tragedy of  war. They adorn our nation’s history.
We remember those who fell amidst the valleys and ridges of Gallipoli …
…  on the terraced hills of Palestine … …  in France and Belgium …
…  on the sands of the North African desert … Rats of Tobruk
…  amidst the mountains and olive groves of Greece, Crete and Syria … Suda Bay
…  in the skies over Europe …
…  in Singapore, in the jungles of Malaysia, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and the Pacific Islands … Kokoda Trail
…  in Korea and Vietnam … Phuoc Hai
…  in later conflicts and in peacekeeping, in the skies and seas in many parts of the world, and on our own soil and in ou...
We remember those who suffered as prisoners of war, and those who died in captivity. We remember staunch friends and allie...
Our Servicemen and women have left us  a splendid heritage.  May we and our successors prove worthy of their sacrifice.
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 ...
 
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  1. 1. ANZAC DAY 2007 Perth, Western Australia
  2. 2. For the Fallen
  3. 3. At the reaping and the shearing, At the sawmill and the mine, In the stockyard and the clearing, At the pressing of the vine. By the camp fire of the drover, By the fence with slip-rail drawn, Men will tell the story over Of the landing in the dawn. John Sandes
  4. 4. On the morning of 25 April 1915, Australian and New Zealand troops landed under fire on Gallipoli. It was then and in the battles which followed that the ANZAC tradition was formed
  5. 5. We remember with pride their courage … On this day, above all days, we remember all those who served our nation in times of war. … their compassion
  6. 6. … and their comradeship.
  7. 7. We remember what they accomplished for Australia, and indeed for the freedom of mankind
  8. 8. We honour those who died or were disabled in the tragedy of war. They adorn our nation’s history.
  9. 9. We remember those who fell amidst the valleys and ridges of Gallipoli …
  10. 10. … on the terraced hills of Palestine … … in France and Belgium …
  11. 11. … on the sands of the North African desert … Rats of Tobruk
  12. 12. … amidst the mountains and olive groves of Greece, Crete and Syria … Suda Bay
  13. 13. … in the skies over Europe …
  14. 14. … in Singapore, in the jungles of Malaysia, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and the Pacific Islands … Kokoda Trail
  15. 15. … in Korea and Vietnam … Phuoc Hai
  16. 16. … in later conflicts and in peacekeeping, in the skies and seas in many parts of the world, and on our own soil and in our sea lanes …
  17. 17. We remember those who suffered as prisoners of war, and those who died in captivity. We remember staunch friends and allies, especially those who fought alongside us on that first day on Gallipoli in 1915.
  18. 18. Our Servicemen and women have left us a splendid heritage. May we and our successors prove worthy of their sacrifice.
  19. 19. 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.

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