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TURKEY-GALLIPOLI/ANNIVERSARY-AUSTRALIA
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April 25, 2015
The national flags (L-R) of New Zealand, Australia and Turkey fly at half mast, as Australian soldiers,...
Sydney, Australia
The national flags of New Zealand, Australia and Turkey fly at half mast on Collaroy Beach
The national flags (L-R) of New Zealand, Australia and Turkey fly at half mast, as Australian soldiers, dressed in period uniforms, and their horse take part in an ANZAC Day ceremony commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli landings, on Collaroy Beach in Sydney, Australia April 25, 2015. The riderless horse, with boots reversed and in the stirrups represents the death of the ANZAC soldier. Over 50 surfboats gathered to commemorate the sacrifices of all combatants on the shores of Gallipoli 100 years ago. Thousands turned out across Australia and New Zealand on Saturday morning for dawn services commemorating the 100th anniversary of the doomed World War One campaign at Gallipoli, an event viewed by many as the nations' foundational myth. The battle on Turkey's Gallipoli peninsula was one of the bloodiest of the Great War, as thousands of soldiers from the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) were cut down by machinegun and artillery fire as they struggled ashore on a narrow beach. REUTERS/Will Burgess
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