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Remembering the Anzacs: A glimpse into the valor of Australian Light Horse at Anzac Cove, Gallipoli during WWI

Background imageAnzac Collection: Anzac Cove, Gallipoli, Dardanelles - WW2 - Landing supplies

Anzac Cove, Gallipoli, Dardanelles - WW2 - Landing supplies
Anzac Cove, Gallipoli Peninsula, Turkey, Dardanelles - WW2 - Landing supplies - view looking towards ArAnburnu, 1915 Date: 1915

Background imageAnzac Collection: German Railway gun captured at the Battle of Amiens - WW1

German Railway gun captured at the Battle of Amiens - WW1
A huge German Railway gun captured at the Battle of Amiens on 8th August 1918 became a source of some Allied controversy. The Australian 31st Battalion effected its capture, but

Background imageAnzac Collection: Australian soldiers at Gallipoli WWI

Australian soldiers at Gallipoli WWI
Australian soldiers at Anzac, Gallipoli during World War I

Background imageAnzac Collection: Caricature of a cheeky Australian solder - WW1

Caricature of a cheeky Australian solder - WW1
circa 1916

Background imageAnzac Collection: Casualties from the front pass destroyed tanks, Villers-Bretonneux, France, World War I, 1918

Casualties from the front pass destroyed tanks, Villers-Bretonneux, France, World War I, 1918. Villers-Bretonneux was the scene of the first tank battle in history, on 24th April 1918

Background imageAnzac Collection: Storming of Le Quesnoy by New Zealand troops, 1918, Matania

Storming of Le Quesnoy by New Zealand troops, 1918, Matania
The storming of Le Quesnoy by New Zealand troops on 4 November 1918. The soldiers, led by two second lieutenants, the men climbed up a ladder against the ramparts

Background imageAnzac Collection: Bas relief from the Anzac Memorial - Sydney, Australia

Bas relief from the Anzac Memorial - Sydney, Australia
Bronze Bas relief from the Anzac War Memorial by Rayner Hoff - Hyde Park, Sydney, Australia - showing the landing of troops at Gallipoli, Dardanelles Front, WW1. Date: circa 1934

Background imageAnzac Collection: La baie de Suvla et les Falaises d'Anzac; Les falaises d'Anzac, 1915 (1916)

La baie de Suvla et les Falaises d'Anzac; Les falaises d'Anzac, 1915 (1916). Creator: Norman Wilkinson
La baie de Suvla et les Falaises d'Anzac; Les falaises d'Anzac, point e debarquement des Australiens et des Neo-Zelandais, le 25 avril 1915

Background imageAnzac Collection: La baie de Suvla et les Falaises d'Anzac; La plage de Suvla: a gauche, Lala Baba, 1915 (1916)

La baie de Suvla et les Falaises d'Anzac; La plage de Suvla: a gauche, Lala Baba, 1915 (1916). Creator: Unknown
La baie de Suvla et les Falaises d'Anzac; La plage de Suvla: a gauche, Lala Baba; a droite, la hauteur que les Anglais avaient appelee Mont Chocolat, 1915. From "Collection de la Guerre IV

Background imageAnzac Collection: La baie de Suvla et les Falaises d'Anzac; Eclatements d'obus turcs de gros calibre, 1915 (1916)

La baie de Suvla et les Falaises d'Anzac; Eclatements d'obus turcs de gros calibre, 1915 (1916)
La baie de Suvla et les Falaises d'Anzac; Eclatements d'obus turcs de gros calibre sur les pentes d'Anafarta, dominant la baie de Suvla, 1915. From "Collection de la Guerre IV

Background imageAnzac Collection: L'histoire d'une splendide deconvenue; Anzac et Suvla; Les operations britanniques de 1915

L'histoire d'une splendide deconvenue; Anzac et Suvla; Les operations britanniques de 1915 sur la cote Ouest de la presqu'ile de Gallipoli, 1915. From "Collection de la Guerre IV

Background imageAnzac Collection: Lest We Forget

Lest We Forget
In honour of all servicemen and woman who served in wartime, some of whom made the ultimate sacrifice

Background imageAnzac Collection: ANZAC soldiers marching to the front, France, First World War, c1916, (c1920). Creator: Unknown

ANZAC soldiers marching to the front, France, First World War, c1916, (c1920). Creator: Unknown
ANZAC soldiers marching to the front, France, First World War, c1916, (c1920). From Gallipoli to the French Front: " Anzacs" [Australian

Background imageAnzac Collection: Australian troops in Turkey, First World War, 1915, (c1920). Creator: Unknown

Australian troops in Turkey, First World War, 1915, (c1920). Creator: Unknown
Australian troops in Turkey, First World War, 1915, (c1920). Behind the Firing Line at Anzac Cove: " Splinter Villa", one of the Australian dug-outs

Background imageAnzac Collection: New Zealand soldiers with captured German flag, First World War, 1914, (c1920). Creator: Unknown

New Zealand soldiers with captured German flag, First World War, 1914, (c1920). Creator: Unknown
New Zealand soldiers with captured German flag, First World War, 1914, (c1920). New Zealands War Trophy: Members of the Expeditionary Force with the German flag which they hauled down in Samoa

Background imageAnzac Collection: WW1 - Jordan - Australian Mounted Troops at Es Salt

WW1 - Jordan - Australian Mounted Troops at Es Salt
WW1 - Middle East - Australian Mounted Troops on the Main Street at Es Salt (now Al-Salt), Jordan. Es Salt, was 15 miles north east from the Ghoraniyeh crossing of the Jordan River and 4

Background imageAnzac Collection: Recutting Australia 33745_019

Recutting Australia 33745_019
Outline chalk map of Australia probably cut by members of the Australian Imperial Force between 1916 and 1917 being recut as part of First World War Centenary commemorations, Wiltshire, 2018

Background imageAnzac Collection: HMS Usk - a Yarrow-type River-Class destroyer

HMS Usk - a Yarrow-type River-Class destroyer
Royal Navy - HMS Usk, a Yarrow-type River-Class destroyer ordered under the 1901 - 1902 Naval Estimates and named after the River Usk in Wales flowing through Newport

Background imageAnzac Collection: Australian Lance-Corporal Albert Jacka, VC, from The War Illustrated Album deLuxe

Australian Lance-Corporal Albert Jacka, VC, from The War Illustrated Album deLuxe, published in London, 1916 (litho)
KW294138 Australian Lance-Corporal Albert Jacka, VC, from The War Illustrated Album deLuxe, published in London, 1916 (litho) by English School, (20th century); Private Collection

Background imageAnzac Collection: DDE-90026810

DDE-90026810
Dunedin, New Zealand. Dunedin's historic train station. Date: 26/08/2005

Background imageAnzac Collection: At the landing, and here ever since - Gallipoli Campaign of 1915, cartoon from The Anzac Book

At the landing, and here ever since - Gallipoli Campaign of 1915, cartoon from The Anzac Book, 1916 (colour litho)
701936 At the landing, and here ever since - Gallipoli Campaign of 1915, cartoon from The Anzac Book, 1916 (colour litho) by Barker, David C

Background imageAnzac Collection: The Hopeless Dawn - cartoon from the Gallipoli campaign of 1915 published in The Anzac Book

The Hopeless Dawn - cartoon from the Gallipoli campaign of 1915 published in The Anzac Book, 1916 (litho)
701940 The Hopeless Dawn - cartoon from the Gallipoli campaign of 1915 published in The Anzac Book, 1916 (litho) by Barker, David C

Background imageAnzac Collection: Apricot Again! - Gallipoli Campaign of 1915, cartoon published in The Anzac Book

Apricot Again! - Gallipoli Campaign of 1915, cartoon published in The Anzac Book, 1916 (colour litho)
701934 Apricot Again! - Gallipoli Campaign of 1915, cartoon published in The Anzac Book, 1916 (colour litho) by Barker, David C

Background imageAnzac Collection: Chanakkale (Chanak, formerly Dardanellia ) on the Turkish Dardanelles coast (Gallipoli Peninsula)

Chanakkale (Chanak, formerly Dardanellia ) on the Turkish Dardanelles coast (Gallipoli Peninsula) - building the New Anzac Cemetery Date: circa 1920s

Background imageAnzac Collection: Commemoration of the end of the war, the Anzacs witness the review of the Empire

Commemoration of the end of the war, the Anzacs witness the review of the Empire
STC466112 Commemoration of the end of the war, the Anzacs witness the review of the Empires forces in London (b/w photo) by English Photographer

Background imageAnzac Collection: Evacuations of Gallipoli (b / w photo)

Evacuations of Gallipoli (b / w photo)
STC466132 Evacuations of Gallipoli (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Gallipoli Campaign)

Background imageAnzac Collection: ANZAC Divisional Headquarters at Rashid Beck, October 1917 (b / w photo)

ANZAC Divisional Headquarters at Rashid Beck, October 1917 (b / w photo)
PEF446340 ANZAC Divisional Headquarters at Rashid Beck, October 1917 (b/w photo) by Rhodes, Capt. Arthur (1892-1922); Palestine Exploration Fund, London

Background imageAnzac Collection: An Incident in the Attack on Gallipoli, from The Year 1915

An Incident in the Attack on Gallipoli, from The Year 1915
STC306853 An Incident in the Attack on Gallipoli, from The Year 1915: a Record of Notable Achievements and Events, 1915 (litho) by Soper

Background imageAnzac Collection: The Landing of troops from the River Clyde at V Beach, Gallipoli Peninsula

The Landing of troops from the River Clyde at V Beach, Gallipoli Peninsula
IL352830 The Landing of troops from the River Clyde at V Beach, Gallipoli Peninsula, illustration from Deeds that Thrill the Empire, published by Hutchinson & Co

Background imageAnzac Collection: Anzac Day march past the Mansion House, London

Anzac Day march past the Mansion House, London
Anzac Day march past the Mansion House, City of London, 25 April 1919. 1919



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Remembering the Anzacs: A glimpse into the valor of Australian Light Horse at Anzac Cove, Gallipoli during WWI. Witness their bravery as they landed supplies amidst the treacherous Dardanelles. Commemorating their sacrifice, 5000 Poppies bloom in tribute to these heroes. From Perth to Sydney, from Gold Coast to Canberra, Australia unites on Anzac Day to honor those who fought for our freedom. Marvel at the captured German Railway gun from the Battle of Amiens in WWI and pay homage to Prince Harry's visit, acknowledging the enduring spirit of our soldiers. Let us never forget the resilience and courage displayed by Australian troops at Gallipoli during WWI as depicted in a bas relief at Sydney's iconic Anzac Memorial. Join us as we remember and celebrate this significant day across Australia.