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  • True Anzac Legend
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    Gallipoli- The Anzac legend Dion Frei lich 10 h The Anzac Legend is the source of the Aussie Fight and bravery that will live on for future generations to understand and to acknowledge their courage and bravery. Some would say The Anzac Legend all began when Britain declared they were in need of help and it was Australia's duty to go to their aid. Australia tossed aside experience and opted for youth. There were big incentives to go. To travel and visit foreign places, economic reasons, to be wi...
  • First Commemoration At The Australian War Memorial
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    The experience of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) is an historical event yet it had, and continues to have, such a profound influence on Australia that we still commemorate it. We do this through memorials, services, ceremonies and in a number of informal ways, including by just pausing, wherever we are and whatever we are doing, and recognising the sacrifices that were made for us. We commemorate it not because it was a great victory. It wasn't. But it embodies what we value -...
  • Anzac Tradition And The Battle At Gallipoli
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    I believe that the Anzac tradition is worthy of a celebration and should be celebrated but we should not celebrate it in a happy party kind of way because that would be disrespectful to those that died and their families. So it should be a day of mourning so we can honour those that died in the battle at gallipoli. It was during world war one, which was the first time that Australia went to war as a nation and it was Australia's most famous battle. The reason why Australia wanted to take part in...
  • Great Significance For Many Millions Of Australians
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    In Anzac Tradition Anzac Tradition. In 1914 world war 1 broke out and ended in 1918. During this time the government formed the Australian Imperial Force (AIF) at no stage was Oz directly threatened by war the troops of the AIF were sent to fight overseas and were joined by New Zealand troops. The combined troops became known as the ANZACs which stood for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. Many women joined the Australian Army Nursing Service. Many women and girls contributed to the war effo...
  • Australian Contribution To The War Effort
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    Australia's economic and military contribution to the World War 1 allied victory. England entered the First World War on August the 4th 1914, after Germany refused their demands to respect Belgium's neutrality in the war. Australia also entered the war in 1914 for the simple reason it was a British colony, not a sovereign state and it had no choice but to be 1 involved in the war. According to Beaumont (1995), Australian's felt a deep attachment to England and the outbreak of the war was greeted...

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