Anzac Day Tour Turkey

yeniiAnzac Day Tour Turkey story of these two men – Annear and Reid – was to be repeated over and over again on 25 April 1915 as the Anzacs battled with determined Turkish resistance and attempts to drive them back into the sea. All told more than 620 Australians died that day, 57 of them from the 11th Battalion. They came from all over the vast state of Western Australia – from rural districts, country towns and city suburbs. Anzac Day Tours


Much can be learnt about the Anzacs from the detailed individual records kept in national archival collections such as those of the Australian War Memorial and the National Archives Australia. Anzac Day Tours Gallipoli Using these, Professor Peter Dennis of ADFA (Australian Defence Force Academy) has put together a database – First to Fall – containing the names of all the Anzacs killed on the first day at Gallipoli. The information in the database sheds some light on the personal stories of the Australians commemorated at Gallipoli and on local war memorials all over Australia. Anzac Day Tour Turkey