Anzac Day Of Gallipoli

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The Australian and New Zealand troops landed on Gallipoli on the 25th of April 1915 now known as Anzac Day. The troops were giving the task to invade the central section of Gallipoli peninsula. This landing was to be effected at dawn on 25 April 1915, while two hours later the main British force was to go ashore at the tip of the peninsula. The French would stage a landing on Asias shore of the Dardanelles, but come off within days to support what was a successful British capturing of the main features of the Gallipoli peninsula. Most of the troops from the Australian and New Zealand army corps landed at Gallipoli on the west side of peninsula. The boats were put off by a mile where they wanted to land. They were surrounded by darkness
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