Anzac day facts
1. How did the war begin? On June 28 a Serbian nationalist called Gavrilo Princip killed Archduke Franz Ferdinand.
2. Where was the war?The war was in Gallipoli.
3. Why was the poppy the main flower on Anzac day? The poppy has being linked with battlefield death since World War 1.It is a symbol of war remembrance.
4. When did the war start and when did it end? The war started in 1914 and ended in 1918.
5. Were woman in the war? Woman were in the war. They were nurses and spies.
6. How many people died? Over 16 million died.
7. Were animals in the war? There were animals in the war.The animals were dogs and almost a million horses.
8. Were there kids in the war? There were kids in the war. They were boy scouts and girl guides.
9. What did they eat in the war? They ate cake,chocolate, tobacco and tinned food.
10. What does Anzac stand for? Anzac stands for Australia and New Zealand army corps.
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