Thousands of men died in trenches Thousands of men died in trenches
There were 8,556 New Zealanders who landed at Gallipoli landed. This took place during World War I. The first 3,100 Australian troops landed in Gallipoli on April 25, 1915.
Many of the New Zealand and Australian soldiers of World War I were station in the Middle East and Turkey. A great number of ANZAC troops were killed at the battles around Gallipoli in Turkey.
ANZAC Day commemorates the landing of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps troops at Gallipoli in World War I.
Gallipoli, a military action of the First World War, saw for the first time the unification of Australian and New Zealand troops into a force that would come to be called the ANZAC (the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) brigades.
The Battle of Gallipoli took place on the Turkish peninsula of Gallipoli, during World War 1. British and French troops mounted an attack against the Turks in order to capture Constantinople.
The Australian troops helped the US troops stop Adolf Hitler from ruling the world.
To fight the Turks.world war one happened
The name of the Movie is "Gallipoli"
Anzac was a term that was coined to describe the New Zealand and Australian troops at Gallipoli in 1915 (the First World War). After the Gallipoli Campaign ended the Corps disbanded and became the New Zealand Expeditionary Force (NZEF) and the Australian Infantry Force (AIF). They were no longer Anzacs. So really only one.
25 April every year is ANZAC Day, which commemorates the landing of Australian and New Zealand troops at Gallipoli in 1915, during World War I.
No. Gallipoli was the most pointless campaign, and added no military or strategic value to World War I, except from the point of view of the Turkish troops.
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.
There was no "Gallipoli War". People did not enlist in a "Gallipoli war": they enlisted in the Australian Army,which sent troops to Gallipoli, one of many campaigns undertaken during World War 1. The enlistment age for the Australian Army was 21 years. With the permission of a parent or guardian, it was age 18. Many younger boys lied about their age in order to join up. There were many 16 year olds who joined the army under false pretences, and there were even known to be some 14 year olds.
Most definitely. This was when the ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) troops landed at Gallipoli on the Turkish Aegean coast. Australians also fought at Egypt, and in the Battle of Passchendaele. For details of where the various Australian units fought in World War 1, see the related link.
Both days recognise significance events of World War I. ANZAC Day commemorates the landing of Australian and New Zealand troops at Gallipoli in 1915, and Remembrance Day commemorates the official end of World War I.
New Zealand troops combined with Australian troops to form the ANZACs ( Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. ) in both world wars.
Australia fought in Gallipoli where the Australian troops courageously tried to capture the beach from the Turks. In addition to Gallipoli, Australians fought on the Western Front in France; the Light Horse Brigade went to Egypt and the Middle East; the Australian Flying Corps served in German New Guinea, Mesopotamia and India; the Australian Navy saw action in the Indian Ocean (they sank a German light cruiser off the Cocos Islands) and German New Guinea.
because your ghey i have no idea. HELP!
you suck my toe;)
From 1914 to 1919.
25 April 1915 - world war Ithe Australian and New Zealand Army corps (the anzacs) trained together in Egypt and quickly gained a reputation as a wild and tough bunch of men__traits that did not endear them to their British commanding officers. Australians were not keen on military discipline.
This was in world war one. At 2.30 am on 25 April 1915, as the men of the Anzac Corps approached the west coast of Gallipoli in the ships of the invasion fleet, the Australian submarine AE2 entered the Dardanelles to disrupt Turkish sea communication.
25 April 1915 was the day that the ANZACs landed at Gallipoli during World War I, beginning a campaign that cost thousands of Australian and New Zealand lives. Every year Australians and New Zealanders celebrate ANZAC Day on April 25 to commemorate the troops landing at Gallipoli on the Turkish Aegean coast.