ANZAC 100 Years Commemoration

This year marks the commemoration of 100 years of the ANZAC, being the commencement of the First World War (WWI) in 1914. The most recognised of the battles Australian Diggers were involved with was the Battle of Gallipoli.

Trevor the Truckie (Trevor Vale) gives his reasons why all Australians should attend a Service commemorating the men and women who have served Australia, our country. It is a stirring speech from a guy who is driving a truck at the same time as he delivers it. So much so, his video has gone viral on Facebook.

Below are some photo’s I have taken of War Memorial statues remember those who fought for Australia. To honour those who have fallen, I will be changing my Facebook photo to one of the images below. If you would like to do the same, then by all means use one of the images below. These are images of statues from ANZAC Square, Brisbane.

WW2 Kokoda
World War 2- Kokoda Trail
WW2 Kokoda Soldier
World War 2- Kokoda Trail soldier
Shrine of Remembrance Flame
Shrine of Remembrance Flame
Boer War Africa
Boer War Africa
Vietnam War
Vietnam War
ANZAC Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander Rising Sun
ANZAC Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander Rising Sun
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