ANZAC War Memorial was created in 1934.
There was no Anzac war. It's WW1 a.k.a world war 1.
There was no such war as the Anzac War, nor was there an Anzac campaign or even an Anzac battle. ANZAC refers to the Australia and New Zealand Army Corps, perhaps best known for the campaign to try and capture Gallipoli on the Turkish Peninsula for the Allies. This was part of World War I.
There was no such thing as the ANZAC war. ANZAC is an acronym for Australia and New Zealand Army Corps, and the ANZAC troops fought in many places during World War I. There was no one war or battle that revolved around the ANZACs.
War veterans march on ANZAC day.
ANZAC biscuits were invented during World War I.
There was no "Anzac War" - the Anzacs were Australian and New Zealand soldiers who helped the British in World War 1 and 2 .
Anzac was not a war. The word Anzac stands for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. An Anzac originally meant either an Australian or a New Zealander who was in the First World War, though now it is applied generally to the Defence forces of either or both countries.
There was no such thing as an "ANZAC Day war". ANZAC was the name given to the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps, specifically those who landed at Gallipoli, during World War One. ANZAC Day commemorates the sacrifice of these men in a hopeless and unwinnable campaign.
The original ANZAC landing occurred in 1915, during World War I.
There was no Anzac war - the Australia and New Zealand are friendly allies, except in Rugby competitions.
The Anzac troupes that fought in the war for New Zealand and Australia.
No. ANZAC stands for Australia and New Zealand Army Corps. The ANZAC forces were not formed until the beginning of World War I - almost 130 years after the American War of Independence.
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.
World War I
ANZAC Day commemorates the day, on 25 April 1915, when the ANZAC troops landed at Gallipoli.
There was no "ANZAC war". ANZAC refers to the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps who were killed during the campaign at Gallipoli. There were over 8500 Australian troops who died in this campaign.
The Country Turkey
Nothey were not, ANZAC refers to the Australian and New Zealand soldiers who fought together in the 1st world war.
There was no war on ANZAC Day. ANZAC Day commemorates Australian soldiers in all conflicts, but usually World War I. The main battleground commemorated is Gallipoli, where ANZAC (Australian New Zealand Army Corps) troops were defeated by the Turks but fought bravely despite bad organisation from the higher-ups.
There was no such thing as an "ANZAC war". Anzac was the acronym given to the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps during World War One. They fought at Gallipoli in the Ottoman Empire (now called Turkey) from April of 1915 to December of 1915 and January of 1916.
Because through WW1, WW2, the Korean war, the Vietnam war, and the Afghanistan war many ANZACS have paid with their lives and we honor them with ANZAC so that we will remember them.