Indian Ocean ANZACs from the Second World War

Presented by Keith Bennett

…. and clariying matters for those unfamiliar with the meaning of ANZAC DAY:  What does Anzac Day observance mean?

Anzac Day is commemorated on April 25th and is arguably Australia’s most important national occasion. It marks the anniversary of the first key military action fought by Australian and New Zealand forces during the First World War


Robyn Mayes: “Origins of the Anzac Dawn Ceremony: Spontaneity and Nationhood,” …………..

Chris Flaherty & Michael Roberts:  “The Reproduction of Anzac Symbolism,” Journal of Australian Studies, 1989, vol 13/24: 52-69.

John Connor et al:

Remembering Anzac Day: how Australia grieved in the early years


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  1. Vernon J. Potger.

    Since ANZACs are mentioned here, I would encourage learned readers to also listen to ABC RN Phillip Adams LNL 25th. April 2022.

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