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Two WWII soldiers take part in the Brisbane ANZAC Day march in Adelaide St. ANZAC Day commemorates the history of Australia and New Zealand Army Corps landing at Gallipoli, Turkey on April 25, 1915. 92 years later millions of Australians line the streets of all settlements to witness the annual march and remembrance. These two mates are driving along in an old left hand drive war jeep, a rare sight indeed. ANZAC Day is a time to respect all men and women lost in previous battles, some of which directly defended Australia from soil invasion (Darwin was bombed, as was Townsville). Respect is also given to those currently serving our nation(s) overseas in Timor, Iraq and the Solomon Islands.

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