Anzac Day

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Anzac Day

n
(Military) 25 April, a public holiday in Australia and New Zealand commemorating the Anzac landing at Gallipoli in 1915
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Easter and Holy Week services will be as follows: Maundy Thursday Tenebrae service on April 18 at 7pm at Shotts; Good Friday service on April 19 at 7pm at Allanton; Easter Sunday dawn service on April 21 at 6.30am at Dura Kirk, Allanton; and public worship on Easter Day, April 21 at Shotts and Allanton at the usual times - 11am and 12.30pm respectively.
And Meghan had earlier joined Harry for the Anzac dawn service at Wellington Arch at Hyde Park Corner.
Harry and Ms Markle joined the congregation for a service of commemoration and thanksgiving, a few hours after they had attended a dawn service in central London where Meghan looked emotional as a hymn was sung by thousands gathered at the New Zealand war memorial.
Photos and videos of Prince William and Markle greeting each other at the dawn service made headlines after it proved just how close they really are.
In France, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull took part in a dawn service to mark the Battle of Villers-Bretonneux in World War One.
Remember war by peace gesture RE: Daily Post report on 'Passchendaele Centenary Ceremony' Tuesday August 1 - 'The sound of gunfire echoed across the field of Flanders, yesterday morning, during an emotional dawn service to mark the centenary of one of the bloodiest battles of the First World War;' and 'at 5:50am five rounds were fired - one for every 100,000 casualties of the battle.' Yes, it was a very moving and emotional service to commemorate such a tragic loss of 500,000 young lives.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- A dawn service was held at Anzac Cove of Gallipoli Peninsula.
The dawn service has grown to remember all soldiers in all wars and conflicts.
One of the nurses who suggested the nurses attend the dawn service as a group, Wellington Hospital nurse Rebecca Huthwaite, said it was important to remember that almost one quarter of New Zealand's nursing workforce --550 nurses--served during the "Great War".