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Australia and New Zealand Remember Sacrifice at Gallipoli

Anzac Day commemorations have been held across Australia and New Zealand. In Canberra, 120,000 people attended a dawn service to remember the ill-fated allied landing at Gallipoli in 1915.   To many Australians and New Zealanders the slaughter at Gallipoli in northwestern Turkey saw their fledgling nations come of age.     Both were former British colonies and had gone to war as independent countries for the first time.   The sacrifice and heroism of the Anzacs -...

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