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Anzac Cove

The word "Anzac" was formed from the first letters of the words "Australian and New Zealand Army Corps" who were responsible for most of the fighting that took place at Gallipoli.

Anzac Cove was the name of the beach which runs in a semi-circular wave, and which lays about half a mile walk from Gape Tepe.

It was here that the landing on 25th April was effected by the 3rd brigade who acted as the covering force while the 1st, 2nd & 4th brigades in that order reinforced during the morning and afternoon and

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