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They landed at Gallipoli
The ANZAC soldiers landed on the Gallipoli Peninsula on the Turkish Aegean coast.
Anzac Cove is where the Anzacs fought in Gallipoli, they set up their trenches there and basically lived there
The ANZAC troops were evacuated from Gallipoli eight months after the initial landing which occurred on 25 April 1915.
Because it is where ANZAC fought
The ANZAC symbol is a flower because rosemary is found in Gallipoli.
The ANZAC troops landed in Gallipoli.
The ANZAC campaign in Gallipoli lasted for eight months.
ANZAC Day commemorates the landing of the ANZAC troops at Gallipoli on the Turkish Aegean coast.
There was no such thing as the "ANZAC war". It was part of World War One and called the Gallipoli Campaign. Technically the British did when they landed troops at Gallipoli.
They fought in Gallipoli
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The food in Gallipoli (as it was near impossible to carry it from the beach of Anzac Cove up into the trenches) consisted of A tin of jam, biscuits, some dried meat and potatoes.
Some aspects of the ANZAC legend displayed in the film Gallipoli include:mateshiployaltycourage under fire
There was no ANZAC campaign. Presuming that "ANZAC campaign" refers to the Gallipoli campaign, where the ANZAC legend was born, this occurred in 1915. To be precise, the Gallipoli campaign began in the early hours of 25 April 1915, and continued for around eight months.
It is actually a myth that the anzacs got anzac biscuits from their family back home.
The Gallipoli campaign began with the landing of the ANZAC troops on 25 April 1915.