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Wednesday, 2 May 2018

The significance of ANZAC

ANZAC day is a special day where we commemorate those who had sadly died in the war. This ceremony is held on the 25 of April because it was the day that the Austrailian and New Zealand army corps lay foot on Gallipoli. Services are held at dawn because in battles dawn was the perfect time to attack the enemy. Poppies and Biscuits are the main symbols of ANZAC because during the war the only plants that grew were poppies and biscuits were made by the soldier's wives. ANZAC is not only remembering those who fought in the war but most importantly it's a respectful time where we actually thank those man for risking their lives for us.



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