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In World War 1

Who were the ANZACs?

The Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (popularly abbreviated asANZAC) were Australian and New Zealand troops who fought in theGallipoli Campaign in 1915.
In World War 1

What did the ANZACS do?

they faught for there country against the Turks in WW1 the ANZAC'S help the New Zealand's and the Amercia fight the war in 1914-1920
In World War 1

What is Anzac Day?

ANZAC Day is named after the A ustralian and N ew Z ealand A rmy C orps, who landed at Gallipoli on 25 April 1915, in World War I. Marked with a public holiday in Aust (MORE)
In World War 1

Is Anzac a war?

Anzac was not a war. The word Anzac stands for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. An Anzac originally meant either an Australian or a New Zealander who was in the First Wo (MORE)
In World War 1

What is an Anzac?

Anzac is an acronym for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. Itwas coined during the Gallipoli campaign in 1915 when Australianand New Zealand army divisions formed into a f (MORE)
In World War 1

Who were the ANZACs and what is the importance of ANZAC day?

ANZAC is an acronym which stands for "Australian and New Zealand Army Corps". When Britain declared war on Germany in 1914, Australia and New Zealand, as part of the British E (MORE)
In World War 1

Why do the ANZACs celebrate ANZAC day?

They don't. They commemorate it, in order to honour those in the defence forces who have lost their lives fighting for, or on behalf of, our country. ANZAC Day is a day of s (MORE)
In World War 1

Where did the ANZACs go after ANZAC Cove?

I have no idea what the Australians did, but I know that the New Zealanders split into two forces. The cavalry and mounted divisions fought out the remainder of the war in the (MORE)
In History of Australia

What do Anzac biscuits have to do with ANZAC Day?

ANZAC biscuits are part of the ANZAC tradition, although they are by no means limited to just ANZAC Day. They are quite a favourite biscuit in Australia. The ANZAC biscuits (MORE)