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Old 04-25-2014, 01:55 AM
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Anzac Day 25/4/2014 a day we celebrate in Australia and New Zealand for our fallen soldiers , commenced back in 1915 to commemorate the Diggers who fought so valiantly at Gallipoli and now for all our men and women who have or do serve in the Armed Forces.
Anzac means Australian and New Zealand Army Corps some of the best and bravest soldiers in the world
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Old 04-25-2014, 03:50 AM
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Thats pretty cool thanks for the bit of information. I did not know that
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Well tomorrow is the 100 year anniversary of the landing at Gallipolli in Turkey , where the Anzac forces went up against the firmly entrenched Turkish forces
This is a most celebrated day in Australia and in Turkey.
Also at many places on the Western Front in Europe
As an aside at many battles on the Western Front the American forces were under Australian control , this fact I only recently heard
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I am familiar with Anzac Day. I have a long time friend from the Brisbane area that informed me of the day and it's significance. Our thoughts are with you and your fellow Aussie's and Kiwi's.
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Does it have have any special meal involved?
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Old 04-24-2015, 08:38 PM
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Does it have have any special meal involved?
No it is not a celebration/commemoration associated with food , however when speaking to any men or women who were associated with the Anzacs , Bully Beef and Anzac Biscuits always make it into the conversation
Aside from all the commemoration the only other pursuit that is synonymous with Anzac Day is it is the one day of the year in Australia and it territories where a particular form of gambling is legal , Two Up
This is a game where 2 pennies are thrown into the air by the spinner and you bet on the outcome , Heads , Tails etc
The games can draw massive crowds , it is part of remembering the Anzacs
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