Having had our ANZAC Day celebrations and memorials this past Monday, I felt inspired to pay my own tribute to our brave ANZAC's, including both of my Great Grandfather's. Sadly, neither of them made it home. To those who served then and to those who serve now, I thank you. Here is my rendition of The Last Post.

Lest we forget...
RB x

Anzacs bound for Gallipoli 1915

 

Here is a very interesting site about the Anzacs who were being looked after in Weymouth in WWI

                   http://weymouthanzacs.moonfruit.com/

from Steve Bloxham

Its Anzac Day on, 25th April. Take a look at the Australian War Memorial site for photos of the Australian commemorations.

 

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10151675242467525.1073741849.7244252524&type=1

 

RIP to all those buried around the world, especially in Netley.

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Here is a link to the very informative Australian War Memorial site:

 

                            http://www.awm.gov.au/

 

 

And a beautiful song "The Somme" which is from a new musical set in 1916 and was played during this year's South Australian ANZAC dawn service

 

Werribee Shire Banner 6th January 1916
Ernest Bolan The Independant 5th February 1916
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