World War 1
History of Australia
How were the ANZACs significant for Australia?
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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Where were the ANZACS in the Darwin bombings?
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Which countries fought on the same side as the ANZACS?
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What country did New Zealand soldiers fought along side with?
Why are anzacs heroes?
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.