Australian War Heroes Song. Over , Australians have lost their lives in the service and defence of our country. Along with their mates, they're marching once again, in the towns and cities, across our great land. The song is timeless and honours the memory of those who have died in the service and defence of Australia in war. The song does not glorify war or endorse conflict of any kind. The song simply highlights the sacrifice of many Australians who died in the service and defence of our country in war. Many schools throughout Australia use this song for commemorative purposes. The song is also requested to be played at funerals for veterans.
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Anzac Day actually has nothing to do with D-Day. Many fought for God, King and Country. Some wanted adventure, others to be heroes. As an Aussie I'm am proud to answer is question. Anzac day is the day we celebrate our first engagement in battle as an independent country instead of a British imperial country. From then on we celebrate the fallen heroes that have died for our country. They way they helped each other during the struggle was known as mateship, and yet endurance and courage were shown throughout the battle which makes them all heroes.
It is a live interactive incursion and school performance designed specifically to offer students the opportunity to learn through an interactive experience of THE ANZACs. Students hear the anecdotes of the soldiers at war in the trenches at Gallipoli and learn through a heart-warming performance about why Australia as a new nation participated in this overseas conflict. Can you hear Australia's heroes marching? Every school across Australia's commerates Anzac Day somehow and offers the community and their students the opportunity to remember those who lost their lives for those who are still living now. Our brave soliders faced sheers cliffs and a barrage of defence fire from the Turkish Forces which became a military disaster. Australia as a country was fourteen years old and was made up of colonies.