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a soldier in the Australian and New Zealand army corps during World War I

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A redeveloped ANZAC House would also provide the RSL with the opportunity to assist smaller ex-service organisations to co-locate their operations.
ANZAC leverages the expertise and record of success established through Canada's Halifax Class Modernization Project -- and now other customers can take full advantage of the modern combat system integration methodology and lessons learned from both of these sophisticated programs.
Our guide presented the campaign from both the Anzac and Turkish points of view.
Further information about ANZAC Day and the ANZAC Centenary can be found on the Anzac Centenary website at www.
April 25, since 1916, has been known as Anzac Day in both Australia and New Zealand, and is used to remember the sacrifices by the country's military servicemen and women.
Other Anzac who was not let in to the Anzac cow has organized alternative Dawn Services Hamza Cove of Gallipoli.
Based on true events and the book "The Other ANZACS" by Peter Rees, Anzac Girls is a six-part drama miniseries about five brave Australian and New Zealand nurses who served during World War I.
However, for the first time since the rankings were introduced in 2007, the Kangaroos' position is under threat and they will concede top spot to the Kiwis if Stephen Kearney's men win next year's Anzac Test and beat England on their three-match tour next autumn.
The war veterans of New Zealand have requested Prime Minister John Key to delay the vote to change the country's flag until after the ANZAC Day in 2015.
The royal couple began in the New Zealand capital of Wellington and ended the longest royal tour in a generation in Canberra, standing shoulder to shoulder with veterans, serving military personnel and the public as they marked Anzac Day - a national day of remembrance for Australia's fallen.
On 25 April each year, over 150 people attend the ANZAC Day Dawn Service in Delhi, including official representatives from a range of nations and from the three Indian Military Services.
Amman, April 24 (Petra) -- The Australian Embassy in Amman, in the presence of His Royal Highness Prince Mired Bin Rd, held a commemorative service to mark the ANZAC Day.
Voyage to Gallipoli is an accessible Australian military history, that narrates the chain of events from the beginning of World War I to the arrival of the ANZAC (Australia and New Zealand Army Corps) forces on the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey, April 1915.
In a series of dramatic panels that show the desperation of the soldiers and the extremes of their conditions, we follow these two through the campaign on the peninsula above Anzac Cove.