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
Australia lost more soldiers in WWI in proportion to its population than any other country
Australians remember those who fought and died for their country on on 25th April, Anzac Day
Anzac Day Service, Faith Lutheran College country on on 25
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