One of the most moving parts of an Anzac day dawn service is 'The Last Post' which is played on a bugle. But why is that song played? And how do you play it on a bugle anyway? We sent Eloise to find out.
This is the Amien's Gun; one of the weapons Australian soldiers captured from the enemy in WWI. It's huge isn't it! But did you know that weapons weren't the biggest killer at Gallipoli. More Aussie troops there died of disease whilst living in the trenches than whilst fighting. Here's Carl to find out a bit more about what life was like in the trenches during World War I.