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The reason why Australia and New Zealand
went to war for Britain is because they felt
alone plus they wanted to be recognised.
The Australian and New Zealand Army
Corps also known as ANZACs’ became a
The Anzacs fought with great courage and bravery
plus a lot of sacrifices and fought along Britain
because they wanted to show their loyalty to them.
The characteristics of a soldier is not all about killing
and fighting, sure you heard about a soldier like that
but a true soldiers are still people like us that just wants
peace even though we need to go through violence.
Soldiers are human as well; our characteristics and theirs are all
the same. Events like landing at Anzac cove and the battle at the
Nek is places where they show a good clear image of their
characteristics, a word for this was created just for it and was
known as ‘digger’.
Digger has said to be a stereotype of an Australian family man that
has temporarily become a soldier and has spent his civilian life in a
rural area. But mostly it suggests that a soldier with specific moral
qualities, like a good sense of humour a belief in mateship and
There were five particularly 'digger-like' qualities
which emerged from the ANZACs when faced
with hardship during the Gallipoli Campaign. They
The ability to remain cheerful with a good
sense of humour, even in the most difficult
The ability to be resourceful when they
had no supplies, for example by making
hand grenades from empty tin cans
The spirit of mateship in which a
soldier would risk his own life for his
Australian courage, which was shown on the very first
landing at Anzac Cove where the soldiers continued to
charge up on to the beach straight into the line of Turkish
The notion that people all deserve the
same amount of respect, no matter what
their background is.
The Gallipoli Campaign was a particularly significant event in
history because it happened when Australia had only just become
a federal commonwealth, and Australia was trying to fit in with
the other nations which had a lot of history compared to
All Australia was seeking for was to earn the respect
and recognition from the other nations and to show
everyone how strong she was, Gallipoli was the first
opportunity and she didn’t want to miss it.
The Anzac legend is very important because it helps our fellow
Australians to remember the soldiers that died and gave their lives
just to put Australia in a level where every nation could see her, and
so we continue to commemorate the landing of the soldiers on the
shores of Gallipoli on 25th April each year.