Category: Anzac Day

The Trans-Tasman Anzac Day Blog Challenge is on Again!

Anzac Day, April 25th, is the day that is a national day of remembrance for Australians and New Zealanders who served and died in all wars. This is the fifth year that Auckland Libraries and the Kintalk blog have issued this Auckland Libraries’ Trans-Tasman Anzac Day Blog Challenge. So do you have a story to share about an Anzac?

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We Will Remember Them …

English poet Laurence Binyon, overwhelmed by the carnage and loss of life by British and Allied forces in World War 1, penned one of the most moving tributes the world has known to our war dead. Titled ‘For the Fallen’, the poem first appeared in The Times of London on 21 September 1914, and has since become known as ‘Ode of Remembrance’.

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ANZAC Day Blog Challenge is Back for 2014!

This is the fourth year that Auckland Libraries and the Kintalk blog have issued the Trans-Tasman ANZAC Day Blog Challenge. So do you have a story to share about an ANZAC? Stories they’d like to hear about could be about their sacrifice, or the way it shaped or impacted on their family history. Or maybe you want to blog from the perspective of those that were left behind?

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ANZAC Day Blog Challenge 2012

The ANZAC Day Blog Challenge is on again. This is a great way to remember and honour our Australians and New Zealander military ancestory. You’re invited to write about your Anzac reli, in celebration of their life and in commemoration of their service.

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