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On 25 April 2015, the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZACs) landed at Gallipoli, our first major military action of World War One. That day has since become an important commemorative event in Australia, and has contributed to a sense of national identity. Use the resources in this package to learn more about the experiences of Australians during wars, conflicts and peacekeeping operations over time. Find out how you can join commemorative services on ANZAC Day.
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The period from 2014-2018 marks the centenary of the entire First World War. This package can be used to study and commemorate that and other conflicts Australia has participated in.
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Peacekeeping, Australian history, The Past in the Present, Wars, ANZAC, Military History, The Making of the Modern World, Community and Remembrance, War History, Centenary, Conflicts, Australia as a nation