Time to Study up…………
Anzac Day is held on:
- 19 April
- 27 April
- 25 April
- 25 March
ANZAC stands for:
- Australian and New Zealand Army Corps
- Australian and New Zealand Artillery Company
- American and New Zealand Army Corps
- Australian and New Zealand Army Club
Anzac relates to New Zealand soldiers participating in a battle at:
- Pearl Harbor
The first Anzac Day commemoration occurred in:
A symbol commonly associated with Anzac Day is:
- A red poppy
- A silver fern
- A kiwi
- A yellow rose
The Allied forces were at Gallipoli as part of a plan to control which strategic waterway?
- Suvla Bay
- The Mediterranean Sea
- The Dardanelles
- The English Channel
Lieutenant-Colonel William George Malone commanded which unit at Gallipoli?
- The Wellington Battalion
- ‘A’ Coy. Auckland Regiment
- 16th (Waikato) Coy
- Canterbury Regiment
Who led the Turkish counter-attack at Chunuk Bair?
- Mustafa Kemal Atatürk
- Sari Bair
- Ari Burnu
- Recep Tayyip Erdogan
Where was the main Allied landing on the Gallipoli peninsula on 25 April?
- Anzac Cove
- Suvla Bay
- Cape Helles
- The Narrows
What battle site at Gallipoli did Brigadier-General Andrew Russell, commander of the New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade, refer to as ‘an abominable little hill’?
- Walker’s Ridge
- Chunuk Bair
- Hill 60
- Achi Baba
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