Anzac Day is coming up on April 25th, and Findmypast.com.au are are asking those with Australian or New Zealand military ancestors to join them in honouring your Anzacs and the sacrifices they made for their country.
Can you even imagine what it was like for Anzacs during war? Findmypast.com.au is creating an Anzac Memory Bank to honour and remember the brave men and women who represented their country during war. The Anzac Memory Bank will commemorate not only the lost lives but also the brave men and women who made it home safely again.
They will share real-life stories from soldiers, odes to those dearly departed, war stories, photos, as well as detailed information on the Boer War, WWI, WWII and Vietnam War, and you will also have the ability to ask their experts your military questions.
Share your appreciation for these brave men and women and send your thanks …
To ensure you’re notified when the findmypast Anzac Memory Bank goes live, you can register today – it’s FREE! Click here.
If you wish to be involved, there are a number of ways you can do so …
Share your stories
Do you have a story passed on from your great grandfather, grandfather, uncle, aunt, mother or father… an ancestor who lived through the war who was either directly involved or who lived through any of the wars? We’re looking for all types of war stories to share and honour them. To share your story please send an email to: email@example.com
Share your photos
Do you have a photo of your ancestors in their military uniform? Honour them by adding the photo to the photo memory bank and show how proud you are of their service – allow others to honour them as they deserve. To share your photos you can send them to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Share your thoughts
Honour these brave men and women and help keep their spirit alive and ensure future generations remember what they so bravely sacrificed for us. Share your words of thanks or poems. To share your thoughts you can send an email to: email@example.com
Spread the word
Want to spread the word? Print out a flyer to hand out to family and friends or display in your office or local genealogy society to get family and friends involved. Click here to Print the Flyer