What Is Anzac Day? In Australia, 25th April is a special occasion as celebrated as Anzac Day. Anzac Day marks the anniversary of sacrifices of Australian and New Zealand armed forces.
Do you know, What Does ANZAC Stand For?
In 1915, during the First World War, Australian and New Zealand troops lost their lives at Gallipoli, Turkey. It was the first expedition for forces of both countries. The battle was continued for eight months. At last, thousands of Anzacs lost their precious lives. That’s why the natives of Australia commemorate great services of those soldiers.