Princess Anne marks Anzac Day

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Members of the 1st battalion of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment pose for a photo with Princess Anne, the Princess Royal, at Bowring Park Sunday, April 25, 2010. Princess Anne is the regiment's c

Published on April 24, 2010

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Princess Anne, the Princess Royal, lays a memorial wreath today during Anzac Day ceremonies at Camp Pleasantville in St. John's. The ceremony commemorates the 1915 First World War battle at Gallipoli on Turkey's Dardanelle Peninsula. The Royal Newfoundland Regiment was the only North American unit to take part in the battle, which ended in a stalemate. Anzac is an acronym for the Australia New Zealand Army Corps.

Organizations: North American, Australia New Zealand Army Corps

Geographic location: St. John's, Turkey

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  • Jeff
    July 02, 2010 - 13:09

    I'm a Newfoundlander living in Australia and attended a dawn service in southern New South Whales this past ANZAC day. Even though The Royal Newfoundland Regiment played a minor role in Gallipoli in comparison to the ANZAC troops they still mention our regiment in each of their ceremonies. It's great to see that we do the same!

  • Jeff
    July 01, 2010 - 19:45

    I'm a Newfoundlander living in Australia and attended a dawn service in southern New South Whales this past ANZAC day. Even though The Royal Newfoundland Regiment played a minor role in Gallipoli in comparison to the ANZAC troops they still mention our regiment in each of their ceremonies. It's great to see that we do the same!