A Public Holiday in NZ commemorating those fallen at Gallipoli.
Anzac Day is celebrated in New Zealand and Australia. Many attend the Dawn Ceremonies around the country This is a very important day in our history. So on this day, I can do nothing better than copy from my other blog the post from three years ago April 25, 2019.
They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning,
LAWRENCE BINYON 1869-1943,
English poet, dramatist and art scholar.
Last post being sounded at North Beach, Gallipoli.
Photo Mike Bowers, Sydney Morning Herald
April 25 in New Zealand and Australia is celebrated in remembrance of all those who have fought, suffered and died in wars. In both countries, it is a Public Holiday. Services ofRemembranceare held throughout both lands. And on this day, in…
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