Thursday, 23 April 2015

Anzac day history

Happy Anzac Day everyone Anzac Day is where we remember the ones that fought for Australia and New Zealand in World War One and 2 Anzac biscuits are a food that maids wife's mothers and children would send over to Gallipoli for the soldiers to eat because it was a food that had no wet ingredients like eggs or milk so they would not go stale or soggy.you are probably wondering why the poppy is  known for the war  because it was the first flower to grow when war was on in Flanders field.fid you know some people lied. About there age because they got convinced that it was going to be a relaxing place for all they knew was from there local news papers this is one of the posters if you did not know what the war was like and happened would you feel convinced.

1 comment:

  1. Kyah, this is a great post, I am from the University of South Alabama in Mobile, Alabama, USA. I study history education, and this is something I never knew about. I knew each country did their own part to support their troops. I find it truly interesting that how the citizens there would send food to the troops. Keep up the good work on the blog.

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