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Letter regarding the observation of Anzac Day, first held on 25 April 1916 to mark the first anniversary of the landing of the Australian and New Zealand troops on Gallipoli Peninsula, Turkey.
From 1914 to 1918, over 324,000 Australians served overseas in World War I, with two-thirds becoming casualties. Their experiences had long-lasting effects on them, their families and society.
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