to other ANZAC Sites:
Canakkale Tourism Portal
Tourism Portal of the Gallipoli region by journalist Ayhan Oncu with lots
of info and photographs.
An excellent turkish ANZAC web site: Gallipoli War Museum, Chronology of
the war and more online. Site's other sections except Museum, are under
Day 25. April
Rochedale State School's ANZAC Day. Since 1915, one day in the year has
involved the whole of Australia in solemn ceremonies of remembrance,
gratitude and national pride. That day is ANZAC Day - 25 April.
Access to Australia's Culture and Recreation: On 25 April every year
Australians commemorate ANZAC Day. It is Australia's sacred day. The day
has the same significance in New Zealand, Australia's counterpart in the
Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (the ANZACs) at Gallipoli. What is
it Australians commemorate on ANZAC Day?
killed the Red Baron ?
The ANZAC Tribute site, Stories of the Gallipoli Campaign, The controversy
of who killed the Red Baron examined by experts, Audio poems from famous
soldier/poets or WW1, audio from an eye witness to the shooting, Flash
animations of some famous poems and much much more.
The Management and Team of Birds Down Under are proud to be associated
with the spirit of ANZAC, and make this solemn pledge to serve our country
and all other countries and uphold the determination and aims of all those
brave men who laid down their lives so that we might live in peace.
The ANZAC Landing at Gallipoli - Reports by War Correspondents.
A history of the Gallipoli Campaign based on an essay from the Oxford
Companion to NZ Military History. Has been broken down from the original
with extra headings and photographs.
ANZAC Day (25 April) is the most important national day of commemoration
for Australians. In these pages you can discover how we observe ANZAC Day,
and learn something of its history, tradition and its importance in the
life of the nation.
An History of the Great War of 1914 to 1918 presented in internet format.
Contains various articles and features from authors around the world.
Gallipoli - how to get there, what to expect and how to survive from the
political background to the aftermath of the campaign - a concise
Gallipolian - English dictionary an English and Turkish list of locations,
some unusual pictures.
What is ANZAC Day? ANZAC Day - 25 April - is probably Australia's most
important national occasion. It marks the anniversary of the first major
military action fought by Australian and New Zealand forces during the
First World War. The ANZAC Day Tradition by Australian War Memorial.
s died at Gallipoli
Approximately 500 officers of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps
(ANZAC) died on the Gallipoli Peninsula, Turkey, 1915. Here are their
The Gallipoli of 1915 had long receded when a visitor observed it had
become "a country of the mind". This book is a guide to that
country pervading the now silent and frequently beautiful beaches, hills
and gullies on the Gallipoli peninsula in modern Turkey where the main
battles were fought almost seventy-five years ago.
Gallipoli Graves Project
ANZAC graves at Gallipoli. Is your family name here? Eventually there will
be photos of every grave at Gallipoli on these pages. Help support this
project. Every Grave in 26 cemeteries. All from official records of the
Commonwealth Graves Commission. Master index providing the name and
battlefields of World War 1 - France
The Australian contribution to World War One goes much further than
Gallipoli. This site details the contribution made buy Australian soliders
to the effort in northern France after the withdrawal from Gallipoli.
and New Zealand genealogical links
Links to genealogy sites: Australian and New Zealand Genealogical links
galore - Military.
brief warning from the Australian Embassy website:
"Each year large numbers of Australians and New Zealanders attend the
commemorative services held at Gallipoli in Turkey. Accommodation in the
Gallipoli area, particularly for the night of 24th April, is very heavily
booked in advance of ANZAC Day. Intending travellers will need to make
bookings as early as possible to secure accommodation."
NOTICE: Before you book with any agency, it is most important you check
all the details of the services offered. Low budget offers usually don't
cover many services, such as; Quality, entrance fees, standard of the
coaches, accommodation in Gallipoli, professional lecture about Gallipoli,
private security, professional guide (Not only an useless escort),
references of the agency, background of the company, reliability and
professionalism. Remember, it is a very important and special trip.
Don't turn your ANZAC
Day Tour into a nightmare, just to save a few pounds.