Australian soldiers in Gallipoli 1915. Sitting proudly in the middle is an Indigenous Australian. www.nerangrsl.com

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Anzac Day - 20 page workbook of activities.

A day to reflect on the sacrifices made by those who have served, and those who have fallen.

Anzac Biscuits

Anzac Biscuits, these were sent to the men at war, ANZAC stands for Australia New Zealand Army Core.

Arrival of the first sisters on Lemnos Island. The nurses' experience of Gallipoli from their letters. For Australians, the image usually associated with 25 April, 1915 is that of Australian soldiers charging bravely up the steep and barren slopes of Gallipoli. Less appreciated is the picture of an Australian nurse on that same day attending to hundreds of battered and bleeding men on the decks and in the confined wards of a hospital ship…

This is a picture of some of the nurses who cared for hundreds of battered and bleeding men on the decks and in the confined wards of a hospital ship on the first ANZAC day. We know about their experiences from their letters.

War Horses, World War I, Ww1 Art, Military Uniforms, Tasmania, Military History, Palestine, Wwi, Equestrian

Anzac Day - poppies

A field of poppies . and I love poppies. Great in mass, but sad when they go dormant in early summer. I always have poppies but in small clumps so I can hide the bare spot when dormant.

WWI memorial in Fromelles, France dedicated to the Australian soldiers who died there.

Some of the Many World War I Memorials in France

This tour takes you from the new military cemetery at Fromelles to a rediscovered tank from the Battle of Cambrai and Wilfred Owen's grave.

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