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Anzac Day 2012 – New Zealand remembers

Australasian bonds are never more evident than when the two countries stand together to remember the fallen heroes of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) on Anzac Day.

The landing of the ANZAC forces on the Gallipoli peninsula during WW1 on 25 April 1915, which resulted in massive loss of life, is remembered by New Zealanders and Australians throughout the world in public ceremonies and RSA functions and by wearing a red Flanders poppy. for more click here

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