ANZAC: Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. On the 25th April, Australia and New Zealand celebrate the first major battle fought by Australian and New Zealand soldiers at Gallipoli in Turkey during World War 1. It is a day to remember the courage of the soldiers in this battle and the courage and sacrifice of all men and women who have served their country in times of war. April 25, 1915
Anzac Bridge, spanning Johnstons Bay at Glebe, is one of Sydney's most recognisable landmarks, together with its commemorative Digger statue. It was opened in December 1995, replacing the adjacent old Glebe Island Bridge, and named Anzac Bridge on Armistice Day (November 11), 1998, as a memorial to the Anzacs, soldiers of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps in World War I.
The North Sydney War Memorial, located at the south eastern end of St. Leonard's Park in North Sydney, Australia. This memorial was originally dedicated to those who fell in the Great War and was officially unveiled in 1926. The dedication was later extended to also include those who fell during the Second World War.
Diamond Jubilee: Royal couple remember the fallen during Australia tour
The Fighter Pilot Who Refused To Die, The Authorized Biography of The Lt. Col. (Ret) Richard Suehr. This is the story of a fighter pilot who crashed his plane twice during combat missions in World War ll. In his first crash at Brisbane, Australia he was lost in the jungle for ten days. Alone in the jungle, he survived an alligator attack, avoided death by wild buffaloes, and slept in tree tops. He stayed alive by eating wild fruits and vegetation before crews from a passing train rescued…