Gallipoli battlefield cemetery  statue of an Ottoman soldier carrying a wounded ANZAC soldier      "As the cries of the wounded continued and the hot sun rose, the Anzacs were moved to pity. They had never seen such bravery before. A truce was arranged and Anzacs and Turks together helped to bury the dead."    --A.K. Macdougall, Australia in History: Gallipoli and the Middle East, 1915-18, 2004

Gallipoli battlefield cemetery statue of an Ottoman soldier carrying a wounded ANZAC soldier

Visit Gallipoli, Brighton Beach and Anzac Cove for the Anzac Day Dawn Service

Anzac cove is very important to Australians and New Zealanders is a small cove on the Gallipoli peninsula in Turkey. It became famous as the site of World War I landing of the ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) on 25 April

"My grandfather was drafted in Vietnam and had this painting hung in his bedroom for years. I always wondered what it meant as a kid."

The Vietnam Memorial for those fallen soldiers . The Vietnam Memorial for those fallen soldiers . The Vietnam Memorial for those fallen soldiers .

Some of the felt poppies made for the 5000 Poppies a Project to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli landing. Puckapunyal is aiming for 500 by Remembrance Day 2014

Some of the felt poppies made for the 5000 Poppies a Project to commemorate the anniversary of the Gallipoli landing. Puckapunyal is aiming for 500 by Remembrance Day 2014

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