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How were the ANZACs significant for Australia?

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Answered 2005-10-05 06:22:27

ANZAC stand for Australia and New Zealand Army Corp. These were the troops that were sent to Europe for World War 1. Their main contribution was during the Gallipoli Campaign in Turkey.

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