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25 th April 1915 the Australia and New Zealand Army Corps land at Gallipoli PowerPoint PPT Presentation


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25 th April 1915 the Australia and New Zealand Army Corps land at Gallipoli . The campaign lasted 8 months . 8,700 Australians and 2,700 New Zealanders died in the fighting. Australia lost more soldiers in WWI in proportion to its population than any other country.

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25th April 1915 the Australia and New Zealand Army Corps land at Gallipoli


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The campaign lasted 8 months


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8,700 Australians and 2,700 New Zealanders died in the fighting


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Australia lost more soldiers in WWI in proportion to its population than any other country


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Australians remember those who fought and died for their country on on 25th April, Anzac Day


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Anzac Day Service, Faith Lutheran College


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Faith Lutheran College remembers


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A Veteran of The Vietnam War speaks to the school


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A minute’s silence is observed


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Wreaths are laid


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We remember


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A pine tree from the Lone Pine of Gallipoli grows in our Anzac Garden


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