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Australia New Zealand Army Corps Anzac
How often do we celebrate Anzac day? yearly
Where did he soldiers land? Gallipoli
What flower is associated with ANZAC day? poppy
Where is Gallipoli? turkey
What food is associated with Anzac Day? biscuits
Month when the soldiers were evacuated december
Which world war does Anzac day celebrate? two
Returned Serviceman Association RSA
A country which celebrates Anzac Day Australia
Alcohol used as a pre battle ration rum
Who were the original ANzac day services for? serviceman
Soldiers were trapped in these for days trenches
Month of the Gallipoli landings april

Anzac Day Crossword

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Crossword
Description

What is the acronym for the Australia New Zealand Army Corps ANZAC
How often do we celebrate Anzac day yearly
Where did he soldiers land? Gallipoli
What flower is associated with ANZAC day Poppy
Where is Gallipoli Turkey
Which world war does Anzac day celebrate Two
When do most Anzac services start dawn
What food is associated with Anzac Day biscuits
What is the acronym for the Returned Serviceman Association RSA
What is one country which celebrates ANZAC day (one word) Australia
Who were the original ANzac day services for Serviceman
What month did were the soldiers evacuated December
What do Anzac services start with drumroll
What is played by a bugle at an Anzac service Lastpost
Which alcohol was used as a pre battle ration rum
The name of the poppy Flanders
Where did the poppies grow graves
What would the soldiers make with the anzac biscuits porridge

Gallipoli Crossword

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Description

COMMANDER OF THE GALLIPOLI LANDINGS HAMILTON
NUMBER OF SOLDIERS KILLED IN THE GALLIPOLI RETREAT NONE
COUNTRY IN WHICH GALLIPOLI IS LOCATED TURKEY
SOLDIERS WERE TRAPPED IN THESE FOR DAYS ON END TRENCHES
HILL WHICH ALLIES CAPTURED FOR A SHORT PERIOD CHUNUK BAIR
LAST NAME OF TURKISH MILITARY COMMANDER KEMAL
SOLDIERS WERE INFESTED WITH THESE LICE
NAME FOR PSYCHOLOGICAL TRAUMA IN THE TRENCHES SHELLSHOCK
THE UNITED MILITARY OF AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND ANZAC
LAST NAME OF FIRST LORD OF THE ADMIRALTY CHURCHILL
CAPITAL OF TURKEY CONSTANTINOPLE
COMMEMORATE THE ANZACS POPPIES
MONTH OF THE GALLIPOLI LANDINGS APRIL
AN INTERVAL IN THE FIGHTING CEASEFIRE

AUSTRALIA'S INVOLVEMENT IN THE WAR WW1 Crossword

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What was the battle that the Anzacs fought in? Gallipoli
Anzac day is commemorated on the 25th of which month? April
The final evacuation of Gallipoli happened on the night of 19/20, of which month? December
On the 21st of March 1942 Douglas arrived in which capital city of Australia? Melbourne
How many times was Douglas MacAthur wounded? Twice
In 1935 Douglas became Military adviser to the New Commonwealth of which country? Philippines
How old was the youngest person who fought in ww1? twelve
Soldiers were given 20 ounces of bread and if they didn't get bread they were given 16 ounces of what? flour
Trenches were infested with big, fat rats which spread what? diseases
Soldiers got blindness and burns from what type of gas? mustard
In summer, lots of soldiers became_______________ dehydrated
Soldiers were given 8 ounces of fresh ______________ vegetables
In the trenches, the earth was transformed into mud and ___________ slush
Injuries became more infected as they didn't have a dry _____________ to heal in environment
Douglas MacArthur won the Silver Star, how many times? seven
The air was filled with the smell of human waste and dead_________ bodies
The air was always _________ damp

Gallipoli Crossword

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Description

A strait in Turkey also known as the Hellespont Dardanelles
The month of the ANZAC landing April
The army corps comprised of Australian and New Zealand soldiers Anzac
The capital of the Ottoman Empire Constantinople
Where the Anzac's trained Egypt
The flower associated with Anzac Day Poppy
A piece of land completely surrounded by water Peninsula
A group of nations ruled by an emperor or government Empire
The victors of the Gallipoli campaign Ottomans
The main disease that killed soldiers Dysentery
Observing a region to locate enemies Reconnaissance
A ship or plane equipped for detecting and destroying mines Minesweeper

Remembrance Day Crossword

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Crossword
Description

The month of Remembrance Day. November
What WWI was originally known as. TheGreatWar
Bravery. Courage
A statue or building to remember veterans. monument
Gas used in war. Poison
A place where people are buried. cemetery
Injured. Wounded
War Poem: In ________________ Fields. Flanders
Gun used in war. Machine
Someone who has fought in a war. Veteran
Lest we ___________. Forget
Wire used in war. Barbed
Wounded and dead. Casualties
A group of people who fight on land. Army
A group of people who fight on the sea. Navy
A red flower that is a symbol of remembrance of the dead. Poppy
The area between the trenches. NoMansLand
A group of people who fight in the air. Airforce
A long hole dug into the ground where soldiers hid. Trench

ANZAC Day Word Search

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courage
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Australia
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march
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spirit
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medals
war
mateship
ceremony
remember
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poppy
wreath
soldier

Trench Warfare Crossword

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Crossword
Description

Weapons which made attacking across no man's land almost impossible (2 words) machine guns
Soldiers in the trenches enjoyed receiving these from loved ones at home letters
What would likely happen to you if you put your head above the trench. shot
The material used to slow down the enemy's attack towards your trenches. wire
Almost as many died from this in the trenches as did from wounds. disease
Men suffered from this after being shelled for hour after hour, day after day. shellshock
This was everywhere. mud
Men bathed in water-filled shell... holes
The abbreviation for prisoner of war POW
This was your constant companion and often your closest "friend". rifle
These creatures filled the trenches and were better fed than the soldiers. Rats
This word describes what the soldiers' meals seemed always to taste like. Dirt
The territory between the opposing side's trenches was called "no man's ..." land
Soldiers were never free from these pests in the trenches. lice
Where all soldiers wanted to be after being in the trenches for some time. home
What everyone in the trenches wanted to happen soon in the war. End
You began your attack on the enemy's trenches by going "over the ..." top
When the trench soldiers thought the war would end. never
One of the new and most frightening weapons of the war. gas
What you had better have when attacked by 19 down mask
What never seemed to fill the sky when you were in the trenches. sun
The kind of #4 across that ripped men's clothing and bodies. Barbed

anzac word serch Word Search

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ANZAC
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lest we forget
anzac biscuits
poppy
remember
april 25
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ANZAC Day Word Search

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Word Search
Description

New Zealand
Australia
ANZAC
Anzac Biscuit
Army Corps
Biscuits
Cadets
Corps
Courage
Gallipoli
Poppies
Soldiers
Turkish Soldiers

Australia's Involvement in WW1 Crossword

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Crossword
Description

The final evacuation of Gallipoli happened in which month? December
The air was filled with the smell of human waste and dead_________. Bodies
Anzac Day is commemorated on the 25th day of which month? April
How many men did Albert Jacka kill when he was awarded a VC? Seven
What does the 'I' stand for in AIF? Imperial
The western front was mainly based in what country? France
Where was the Archduke that was assassinated from? Austria-Hungary
How many times did Billy Hughes run the vote for conscription? Twice
Did Australia for or against conscription? Against
Who was the Prime Minister that called for conscription? (Last Name) Hughes
What was the organisation that women joined to aid the war effort? Red Cross
Soldiers got blindness and burns from what type of gas? Mustard
What was the disease soldiers often found on their feet? Trench Foot
How old did you have to be to enlist? Twenty One
True or False? Planes were a major part of World War 1. False
The highest medal for bravery was known as the ____________? Victoria Cross
Name of the biscuit that was invented for The Australian soldiers? ANZAC
What was the flower that grew on Flanders fields? Poppy
What animal was used commonly for quick movement of troops? Horse
What was the common weapon of a WW1 troop? Rifle