WWI Aussies: (ANZAC) Australia and New Zealand Army Corp. So many of our young men fought and died as ANZACs, in support of our Allies in every war since the First World War. We celebrate Anzac Day on April 25. We will remember them.

WWI Aussies: (ANZAC) Australia and New Zealand Army Corp. So many of our young men fought and died as ANZACs, in support of our Allies in every war since the First World War. We celebrate Anzac Day on April We will remember them. ** Lest We Forget.

Anzac poppies and soldier - In memory our Anzac Heroes and loved ones who did us proud #AnzacDay #Anzac #heroes

Anzac poppies and UK soldier - In memory of our Anzac Heroes and loved ones who did us proud

Trp SJ Arbuthnot 8ALH. Australian Light Horsemen. WW1 The Charge at Beersheba. Proud of our Sth Aussies. Like this soldier my grandfather was there. He was just behind them coming up the rear. His diary tells us of the devastation and suffering. They were tough.

The Battle at Beersheba — Australian Light Horse Association

This photo was taken by famous Australian War photographer Damien Parer. It is of  James Aloysius Canty on the Kokoda trail.

This photo was taken by famous Australian War photographer Damien Parer. It is of James Aloysius Canty on the Kokoda trail.

Sprigs of rosemary are traditionally worn on ANZAC Day. Rosemary can be found growing wild on the peninsula of Gallipoli, so it holds a special significance for Australians and New Zealanders alike. The aromatic herb is thought to improve memory and perhaps because of this, Rosemary has become an emblem of fidelity and remembrance.

Wear a sprig of Rosemary for Anzac day

ranciavida:  A young man saluting in his own miniature copy of a WWI British army uniform. Adorable.

English boy in miniature WWI army uniform. Could this be Alis and Allan's son?

The lone charger - Sir Harry Chauvel's horse with the ride boots set in reverse, at his funeral in 1945. Australian War Memorial 087280. Click through to piece explaining the significance of the riderless horse.

The lone charger - Sir Harry Chauvel's horse with the ride boots set in reverse, at his funeral in Australian War Memorial Click through to piece explaining the significance of the riderless horse.


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