Indigenous ANZACs - Behind The News

ANZAC Day & Indigenous Soldiers - meet some young people making sure it's not forgotten.

Top 5 resources for Remembrance Day including pdf version of M is for Mates; Why Remember Understanding Remembrance Day and Organising a Remembrance Day Ceremony

Top 5 resources to commemorate Remembrance Day - Annabel Astbury - ABC Splash

Mustafa Kemal Ataturk

Quote by the founder of Turkey- Mustafa Kemal Ataturk/sure do wish administrators and government people who are elected would realize this truth!

An overview of the role of indigenous Australians in conflicts - Australian Defence Force

Australian Aboriginal soldiers of the Torres Strait Light Infantry Battalion parade on Thursday Island,

Honouring Anzacs aim is to keep alive the memory of those who served as Anzacs in the First World War, for future generations. We hope to have every Anzac individually commemorated by those alive today.

I have created and dedicated an Honouring Anzacs Tribute Certificate. You can also easily create and dedicate a certificate to an Anzac. The Anzac may be an ancestor or from your community.

What is ANZAC Day about? - Behind the News

ANZAC Day by BTN: What happens on ANZAC day and what is it really all about? It is more than a biscuit!

The Landing - April, 25 1915 - ABC

- Gallipoli The First Day. A exploration of Anzac Cove, its surrounds and its stories on April

ANZAC Centenary - Facts and lesson plans

Information about the ANZAC Centenary: its history, commemorations and ongoing meaning to Australians.

Lest We Forget - English-based units of work for K-7 based on a number of books such as One Minute's Silence; The Beach They called Gallipoli; My Grandad Marches on Anzac Day; Anzac Biscuits; Memorial; A Day to remember; The Lighthorse Boy; Lone Pine, Meet the ANZACs , Archie's War and Zero Hour.

Lest We Forget - English-based units of work for K-7 based on a number of books such as One Minute's Silence; The Beach They called Gallipoli; My Grandad Marches on Anzac Day; Anzac Biscuits; Memorial; A Day to remember; The Lighthorse Boy; Lone Pine, Meet the ANZACs , Archie's War and Zero Hour.

Remembering the ANZACs

The landing of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps on Turkey's Gallipoli Peninsula on 25 April 1915 has been seen.

ANZAC Day - traditions, facts and folklore

education -Traditions, Facts, and Folklore - Outline Commemoration Service for ANZAC Day

Maps, photos, articles and so forth - from the National Library of Australia

Trove: Find and get Australian resources. Books, images, historic newspapers, maps, archives and more.

World War I in Australian literary culture: From the first shot to the centenary - AustLit

World War I in Australian literary culture: From the first shot to the centenary - AustLit

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