The ANZACs refers to the cultural practices of people of New Zealand and Australia.
The ANZACs called their friends "mates". This term is still commonly used today in Australia.
Australia and Egypt.
Anzac day remember us at war of of Australia.
The two events are entirely unrelated. The ANZACs were the Australia and New Zealand Army Corps who fought in World War I. The Darwin bombings were in World War II. Whilst some of the ANZACs had survived to fight again in WWII, they were not called the ANZACs then.
The term ANZACs refers to the Australia and New Zealand Army Corps. Therefore, the two countries are Austrralia and New Zealand.
The Australia and New Zealand Army Corps were deployed to Gallipolli when the war began in the Middle East. There is no special region the ANZACs fought that battle.
to save Australia and new Zealand from getting destroyed/killed.
The ANZACs landed at Anzac Cove on 25 April 1915. This is the date now commemorated as Anzac Day in Australia and New Zealand.
The ANZACs were troops from Australia and New Zealand. ANZAC stands for Australia and New Zealand Army Corps.
New Zealand. ANZAC stands for Austrlia and New Zealand Army Corp.
ANZAC - Australia and New Zeland Army Corps. I wonder if you mean Aztec?
Kylie Minogue is significant to Australia because she is Australian.
To help support the British, in fighting the Turk's. They believed they were fighting for her majosty, Australia and god.
They arrived home in 1919 and 1920 as shipping became available in Europe and the Middle East.
The ANZACS fought with the UK during both wars, so any ally of Britain was an ally of Australia and New Zealand. (i.e United States, France, Canada etc)
The Anzacs in 1915 were in terrible conditions
The ANZACS trained in Egypt.
Yes and over 50,000 ANZACS lost their lifes its the most harmful war for the ANZACS
New Zealand and Australia fought together. They were called ANZACs.
the anzacs wouldn't sleep somet
There were no significant female explorers of Australia.
The ANZACs were on the winning side, so they did not lose the war. The attack on Gallipoli failed, but it was absolutely no fault of the ANZACs.
ANZACs are considered heroes because they fought valiantly against impossible odds. They accepted their orders without question, stood by their mates with unswerving loyalty, and showed their mettle in the face of the most horrific conditions. The ANZACs gave the new young country of Australia a focus. We now had our own heroes and did not have to look to Britain to lead.
the anzacs fought the Turkish army