Anzac Day marked with dawn tribute on the shores of Gallipoli

Anzac Day marked with dawn tribute on the shores of Gallipoli

The 102nd Anzac Day has been marked by a dawn service on the shores of the Gallipoli, as military personal from around the world gathered to honour the thousands killed during the ill-fated First World War campaign there. The Gallipoli campaign marked the first time Australian and New Zealander troops fought under their own flags, and was their entry into the war in 1915. An estimated 130,000 people were killed at Anzac Cove during the war. 28 days ago