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Remembrance Day. Poem: "In Flander's Fields" written during the First World War by Canadian physician Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae.

▪️Remembrance Day poem: "In Flander's Fields" written during the First World War by Canadian physician Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae▪️

Remembrance Day word search pdf link

Print this word search for Remembrance Day and see if the children can find all the related words in the grid.

Anzacs at Gallipoli

Anzacs at Gallipoli, Turkey -

Dead war horses are buried in a mass grave. The Western Front (1916) .

Dead war horses are buried in a mass grave ~ The Western Front .

Anzac Day Resources

Anzac Day Resources

ANZAC day (Australian New Zealand Army Corps) is a day to celebrate the ANZAC's who caught on the shores of Gallipoli, this is the ode that is said every of April

anzac day poster

June 1915 - Churchill Speech in Dundee: ‘Through the Dardanelles Lies the Shortest Path to Peace’ Pictured - An Australian recruiting poster, The French government had more or less ceded.

Inspiring for the honor they showed he cal very war horses. ~Wsr veterans tribute to war horses.

In Camp Cody, New Mexico, in 650 officers and enlisted men of the Auxiliary Remount Depot No a Cavalry unit, created this human horse head in tribute to the horses lost in WWI.

Remembrance Day

Between and today we will not be answering any phone calls or emails as we will be observing the 2 minute silence for Rememberance Day

ANZAC Horses - Lest We Forget all the fallen diggers and horses that fought for Australia. Where would be without them…

ANZAC Horses - Lest We Forget all the fallen diggers and horses that fought for Australia and New Zealand.

War propaganda posters - examples and supporting activities. These posters are an excellent prompt for opinion writing.

WW1- The Red Cross serves humanity by x-ray delta one, via Flickr

This Red Cross recruitment poster from WWI shows a Red Cross nurse seated at a desk, with her left arm raised: 'The Red Cross serves humanity. Join now.' Illustrated by C. Anderson between 1914 and

Australian Soldiers during World War I, Remembering all that have fought for their Country.

Troopers of the Australian Battalion in their trenches during the Battle of Fromelles, 19 July, Formed in the middle of February 1916 and assigned to the Brigade, Division and moved to France in June of that year.

Company about to land at Anzac Cove.

Lifeboat carrying men of the Divisional Signal Company at Gallipoli, 25 April 1915