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  • The Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) was a First World War army corps of the Mediterranean Expeditionary Force. It was formed in Egypt in
    14 KB (1,432 words) - 04:23, 2 November 2017
  • 27778°E / 40.24611; 26.27778 The landing at Anzac Cove on Sunday, 25 April 1915, also known as the landing at Gaba Tepe, and to the Turks as the Arıburnu
    70 KB (9,604 words) - 21:03, 26 August 2017
  • The Anzac class (also identified as the ANZAC class and the MEKO 200 ANZ type) is a ship class of ten frigates; eight operated by the Royal Australian
    61 KB (7,162 words) - 07:59, 30 October 2017
  • HMAS Anzac (D59) was a Battle class destroyer of the Royal Australian Navy (RAN). Named after the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps, the destroyer
    16 KB (1,674 words) - 02:50, 17 November 2017
  • became known as "Godley's abattoir". For the three months since the 25 April landings, the Anzac beachhead had been a stalemate. In August an offensive
    14 KB (1,782 words) - 08:24, 13 November 2017
  • at Anzac in mid-May, the Ottoman forces ceased frontal assaults. Late in the month, the Ottomans began tunnelling around "Quinn's Post" in the Anzac sector
    140 KB (17,302 words) - 06:19, 18 November 2017
  • World War I in the former Anzac sector of the Gallipoli Peninsula, Turkey and the location of the Lone Pine Memorial, one of five memorials on the peninsula
    6 KB (616 words) - 19:32, 26 July 2017
  • support a breakout from the Anzac sector, five miles (8 km) to the south. Despite facing only light opposition, the landing at Suvla was mismanaged from
    24 KB (3,327 words) - 19:38, 26 October 2017
  • Anzac Avenue is a heritage-listed major arterial road lined with trees in the Moreton Bay Region, Queensland, Australia. It runs 17.8 km from Petrie to
    38 KB (4,856 words) - 07:08, 1 September 2017
  • New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) landed on the western side of the Gallipoli Peninsula, at what thereafter became known as Anzac Cove. The first Turkish
    32 KB (4,190 words) - 10:17, 23 September 2017
  • Anzac Avenue Memorial Trees is a heritage-listed memorial at Anzac Avenue, Beerburrum, Sunshine Coast Region, Queensland, Australia. It was built in 1920
    17 KB (2,280 words) - 03:59, 31 March 2017
  • their horses, as infantry reinforcements. The regiment landed at what became known as ANZAC Cove between the 22 and 24 May 1915. Initially, the regiment
    16 KB (1,611 words) - 13:47, 21 July 2017
  • Campaign had raged on two fronts, Anzac and Helles, for three months since the invasion of 25 April 1915. With the Anzac landing a tense stalemate, the Allies
    21 KB (2,608 words) - 23:46, 18 November 2017
  • day of the landings and occupied the ridge line above the ANZAC landing site, just as the ANZAC troops were moving up the slope themselves. Kemal recognized
    11 KB (1,227 words) - 17:17, 31 October 2017
  • cottage at 16 Quarry Road, Alderley, City of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. It was built between 1920 and 1950. It is also known as Anzac Cottage (no
    14 KB (1,771 words) - 01:52, 3 November 2017
  • area of 3.5 hectares, in the middle of the racecourse on the corner of Anzac Highway and Morphett Road. Costing $2.4 million to construct, it includes
    8 KB (827 words) - 02:01, 30 October 2017
  • in December. Meanwhile, reinforcements were sent at a rate of 3,200 men per month. The landing at Anzac Cove subsequently resulted in a significant increase
    105 KB (13,173 words) - 10:53, 17 November 2017
  • Queensland lottery, numbers three, four and five. This was an initiative of Harry Coyne, chairman of the Anzac Cottage Committee, subcommittee to the Queensland
    10 KB (1,320 words) - 01:52, 3 November 2017
  • preparation for the Anzac centenary commemorations in 2015. The National Anzac Centre was constructed at a cost of A$10.65 million and was opened at the site on
    9 KB (883 words) - 10:08, 12 November 2017
  • for his role as commander of the New Zealand Expeditionary Force and II Anzac Corps during the First World War. Born in Chatham, Godley joined the British
    36 KB (4,393 words) - 02:10, 7 November 2017

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