What does ANZAC day mean to you?

Anzac Day is special to me because it makes me remember who fought and died for their country to save it. The 25th of April is not a normal day it is a day to remember our amazing soldiers that had bravery and persistence. This Saturday it is important to remember those who went to the blood stained land to fight for us. It is breath taking, heart bursting and tear dropping to see a friend die in front of you but imagine those who saw 10s of thousands die in front of them. It is good that we remember what happened a hundred years ago but it is not just a hundred years ago it is a hundred years since loved ones, friends and others died to save their country. Lest We Forget!


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  1. Dear Anneliese,
    That’s well said Anneliese. You have many ancestors that fought and your great great grandfather was the first bugler to play at the shrine of rememberance in melb. He played the last post there for 45 concencutive years and was playing the service the queen officially opened the shrine after it was built. He was invited to Buckingham palace to have lunch and met Winston Churchill as well.
    From Mum

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