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Anzac Day - 25 April 1915

Died 25 Dec 1915

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On April 25th we remember the soldiers who fought and those who died on the shores of the Gallipoli Peninsula in 1915. Anzac Day marks the anniversary of the first major military action fought by Australian and New Zealand forces (ANZAC's) during the First World War, where 2721 New Zealanders lost their lives. Although this day does not mark a military triumph it does remind us of a very important episode in New Zealand's history and defines us as a nation built on tenacity, bravery and above all loyalty.

  • We will remember them.

    They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
    Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
    At the going down of the sun and in the morning,
    We will remember them.

    Francis Alexander Lawrie
    1/1/1890 - 11/7/1915
    WW1 Private, Otago Infantary Battalion

    Monique. Wellington, New Zealand.

    Wednesday, Oct 26, 2016

  • In Memory of the Members of the Robb Family

    To those of you who gave your lives, served during war and lived to return to teach us the value of life we thank you, we love you and we promise to pass your lessons on.
    Jock Robb
    Lelia Robb
    William Robb
    John Robb
    Gwendoline Robb
    Roy White
    Rest in peace knowing we think of you often and will love you forever.
    From all your loving family, spouses, children, grandchildren and great grand children.

    Anonymous. Auckland, New Zealand.

    Wednesday, Apr 25, 2012

  • loving memory

    of Tom Gollan who lost his life in France WW1, one day hopefully we can visit with you Tom

    and my Father , Tom Gollan, lovingly remembered daily in my thoughts
    served in Egypt WW2, wounded in action in service to NZ. Died 1989 after a full life lived.

    Anne Gollan. New Zealand.

    Sunday, Feb 06, 2011

  • In Memory of my grandfather who served in World war 1. R.I.P

    Anonymous. Dannevirke, New Zealand.

    Sunday, Apr 25, 2010

  • Thank you for all you gave

    I am sorry that you died

    Anonymous. New Zealand.

    Friday, Apr 24, 2009

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