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мιѕѕ иуєт тяυмρ 📎❄️🇦🇺 12h
I’m here, but not here today. My mind is in bucolic pastures on an innocuous autumn day where the Australian flag flew high, and the stark white graves of young men were tended with care by the French, who say “n’oubliens jamais australie”.
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Aboriginal Soldiers 14h
Today we remember the courage, service and sacrifice of all Australian servicemen and women. 🌺 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples have served side by side with Australians from all cultures, from the Boer War to modern conflict.
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Monash Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences 3h
🇬🇧🇦🇺🇳🇿🇹🇷 Sir John Monash Distinguished Professor, Dean William Charman, lays a wreath at the London Cenotaph in remembrance of the service & sacrifice of past and present College of Pharmacy students, staff & alumni.
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ASA PARENT 9h
Anzac Day is the solemn day of remembrance of those Australian and New Zealand soldiers who fought and died for their country, and is marked annually on the anniversary of the Gallipoli campaign of the First World War.
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Blueridge Bell 13h
Taking this day to not only thank the ANZACS but also our law enforcement because those guys deal with the turmoil on the inside of this country and they also risk their lives every damn day! 💜
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Marcus Foo🇦🇺 Apr 21
Few days till ANZAC Day, a important day to remember the countless lives extraordinarily brave sacrifice for our country. .
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Jason Reeves 8h
Every ANZAC day my little mate & I go to an RSA and buy a drink for someone in uniform. Today we got there in time to see the band fire up & the dance floor fill up. Best of all we chatted with some phenomenal people with incredible stories. ❤️
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NZ High Commission 5h
service at the Cenotaph with HRH Prince Harry in attendance to lay a wreath in remembrance
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Auckland Grammar Apr 23
A beautiful photo taken by the Headmaster of the crosses on the front lawn at dusk
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Stephen Pilton 21h
The 25th of April, ANZAC DAY, is very important for Kiwis & Aussies, both at home & abroad. I was lucky to attend a service in Arbroath on Sunday thanks to the NZ Society of Scotland. No matter where you are in the world, the ANZAC spirit is real.
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Dame Valerie Adams 15h
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Ray Kareko Apr 21
Very proud to visit Henry Nicholas VC at Vertigneul Churchyard, France. A visit as part of the Western Front Commemorations.
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Craig Buchan Apr 24
You can’t get any earlier than 1am for the swan parade. Eeirly silent. This won’t exist in the next 3 hours. I have paid my respects early.
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troy worner 16h
Attended the Dawn Service in Penrith this morning. 2 beers remembering my 2 pops. RIP. To all service men and women in Australia and NZ I say thankyou. To those who paid the ultimate sacrifice I say thankyou formhe life I live today.
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Matt Hay 17h
Proud to lay a wreath this morning honouring those who gave the ultimate sacrifice, especially those men. 🇳🇿🇦🇺
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Samuel Pickwick 14h
My great grandfather (DSM/dispatches), grandfatherOBE/dispatches great uncle(British MP & dispatches, killed @ Ypres), + Great Uncle who died on a minesweeper off Sardinia in WW2
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Keiran Casey Apr 21
Amazing and moving to finally receive my Tommy figure as part of the There But Not There commemorations run by & - commemorating 100 years since the end of WW1 & paying tribute to all those who gave their lives for our freedom!!
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Jove 16h
Thank you to the men & women! Have a beautful Anzac day everyone❤
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Emma Burke 17h
In honor of my Grandad - Patrick Thomas Burke (J Force after the war, medic in ambulance corp and captured at Crete: a prisoner of war in Germany for three years)
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Gillian Bird 1h
It is always deeply moving to be part of such a large, dedicated community gathering for the Dawn Memorial Service in New York, and an honour to give a reading. Trade Minister was with us today and laid our wreath.
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