Anzac day is celebrated in Australia and New Zealand friday before Anzac .When people sell red poppy badges.Gallipoli is remembered because it is seen as the time when New Zealand first really established its own identity as a country.Anzac stands for Australia New Zealand army corps.This was the name given to the New Zealand and Australian troops.Who thought in the Gallipoli campaign in the first world war 1.
April 25th,1915 was the day the Anzacs landed on gallipoli peninsula now known as Anzac cove to battle the turkish Army during WWI.
More than 11,000 Anzacs died on the gallipoli peninsula despite only being there for 8 months.
The original Anzac biscuit was known as an Anzac soldiers during world war 1. They were included instead of bread because they had a much longer shelf life.
The red or flanders poppy has been linked with battlefield death. since the time of the great war (19,14,18). The plant was one of the first to grow and bloom in the mud and soil. Flanders The connection was made,most famous, by lieutenant, Colonel, John,. In this poem in flanders field.
LEST WE FORGET HOPE YOU CAME BACK SAFELY FROM THE ARMY!!!