Very moving stained glass window in St Michael's Church. Oxford .England. Commemorating all those who died during 2WW

Stained Glass Window, St Michael's Church, Oxford, England *Commemorating all those who died during WWII.

Unidentified Australian soldier of the First AIF

Unknown Aussie soldier, WWI, from the Australian War Memorial collection. ANZAC (Australia New Zealand Army Corps)

Alec Campbell, aged 16, before heading to Gallipoli. Article: Gallipoli 100 years, the last Anzac.

Alec "The Kid" Campbell lied about his age and served at Gallipoli aged just He was the final surviving Australian participant of the campaign. "I joined for adventure," he said. "I am not a philosopher. Gallipoli was Gallipoli.

BATTLE SOMME 1 JULY - 18 NOVEMBER 1916 (CO 913)   Wounded Canadian soldiers at a Casualty Clearing Station (CCS) present a nurse with a dog found in the German lines during an attack.

Wounded Canadian soldiers at a Casualty Clearing Station (CCS) present a nurse with a dog found in the German lines during an attack.

Each year, as the dawn breaks on the 25th April - millions of people across New Zealand and Australia (and wherever they are) commemorate our fallen soldiers, the ANZACs (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) who fought in Gallipoli. We commemorate our soldiers who fought in all the wars since then on this day also, one of the few times when Kiwis and Australians are as one and not competing against each other. Lest we forget... In Flanders Fields by John McCrae (May 1915)

In Flanders Fields - Remembrance Day, walking in the parade with Guides, Darcy and Gerri with the Cadets, hot chocolate in the Legion afterward

95 years ago, in a French village a short march from the allied frontlines, a husband and wife team began a unique historical record of the First World War.These photos were discovered in Feb. More than three thousand fragile photographic glass plate negatives were found in the attic of a dilapidated farmhouse. - Lost Australian soldiers found

95 years ago, in a French village a short march from the allied frontlines, a…

Australian soldiers from the 7th Field Company of Australian Engineers posing at…

Australian soldiers from the Field Company of Australian Engineers posing at the entrance of a bunker system under Hill 63 known as the Catacombs in the Messines sector, Belgium, January

Cape Helles, Gallipoli, 6 May 1915. Image by Wikimedia Commons

A Gallipoli pilgrimage: one family's experience of the Great War

Gallipoli - World War I is one of the most painful periods in Australian history. The campaign was the first major battle undertaken by the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC), and is often considered to mark the birth of national consciousness.

Australian soldiers blinded in a German gas attack at an aid station near Bois de l'abbe, they had been gassed in the operations in front of Villers-Bretonneux, France, May 27, 1918. - Argunners Argunners

Australian soldiers blinded in a German gas attack at an aid station near Bois de l’abbe, they had been gassed in the operations in front of Villers-Bretonneux, France, May [Colorized by Royston Leonard]

Lest We Forget

Metro Apartments on Darling Harbour: Lest We Forget Dawn Service Anzac Day 2013

A woman's hands preparing rosemary sprigs for Anzac Day.

Community volunteers in Canberra have been busy making around sprigs of rosemary to be handed out to veterans and the public at the Anzac Day march at the Australian War Memorial.

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