98th Anniversary of ANZAC DAY

Published on April 25, 2013, By admin

Thousands turn out at the dawn service to commemorating the 98th anniversary of ANZAC day at Galliopli.

Also many cities across Australia have former military serviceman (also known as diggers) begin the dawn service and march across the cities.


8709 men were killed in the Gallipoli campaign of world war I.


ANZAC day is a day to remember all those whose life was lost during World War I and also for servicemen who lost their lives at other conflicts. 


So Lest we forget!


Anzac Day Trivia:

1) Question 1 - Which of these is the name for 'ANZAC'?

a) Australian and New Zealand Army Corps

b) Australian and Turkey Army Cooperation

c) Australia and New Zealand Aerospace Company

2) Question 2 - In which year did the ANZAC landed on Gallipoli in Turkey on the 25th April during WWI?

a) 1815

b) 1915

c) 1945

3) Question 3 - What do we remember from ANZAC Day?  

a) Remember the sacrifice of all Australians who served and died in wars, conflicts and peacekeeping operations.

b) The anniversary of the arrival of the 'First Fleet' from Great Britain in 1788

c) The anniversary of the federation of the Commonwealth of Australia