Lest We Forget: The Meaning of Anzac Day
Today, April 25, is Anzac Day, a day celebrating the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps and the true Anzac spirit. 104 years ago, the Anzacs landed at Gallipoli with an intent to capture Constantinople (now Istanbul). After 8 long months, the battle ended with heavy casualties for bpth sides. Regardless, the campaign reinvigorated Australians at home and resulted in April 25 becoming a day to remember those who died in war.