anzac day - an import day to the australian people and to commemorate those who have fallen during wartime. The date was choosen, because on april Australian and New Zealander soldier entered Galipoli.
Anzac day is a national day of remembrance in Australia which is celebrated on the of April. It was originally meant to honour the people of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) that fought in
Bless all of your families today - a day to be grateful for our friends, our families, our way of life and our freedom. A freedom earned, not given freely.a day to say thank you, we remember you.Lest We Forget.
The best of Australia and New Zealand’s young men went to war on the other side of the globe in 1914–18. Nicknamed “Diggers” after the gold prospectors of a previous generation, many – almost 60,000 Aussies and 18,000 Kiwis never returned. Every Anzac Day (25th April -the anniversary of their first day in battle at Gallipoli) we remember and mourn them.
Slouch hats worn by members of the Armoured Corps are adorned with Emu plumes, a tradition that originated with the Queensland Mounted Infantry during the great shearers’ strike in Queensland in 1891. During this time, the Queensland Mounted Infantry were called out, as soldiers to aid the Civil Power.