While Australian soldiers serving in the ANZAC engaged with Turkish troops in World War I, Aboriginal people in Australia were fighting their own battle against the British Colonialism.
The descendants of those who fought and died in the Gallipoli campaign in 1915 come together to commemorate those who gave their lives on both sides.
Every year, Turks commemorate the most significant victory of the Ottoman Empire on March 18, 1915, as well as at least 57,000 lives that were lost fighting off the Allied invasion at Gallipoli. Its echoes continue to resonate today.
Thousands from Australia and New Zealand gather to mark 101st anniversary of Gallipoli landings of troops.
Australian police have arrested and charged a teen with terrorism after he allegedly plotted an attack during Anzac Day celebrations.
Anzac Day commemoration will begin on Sunday marking 101st anniversary of conflict in Dardanelles Strait
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