Anzac day is celebrated to honor the Hero’s of Australia and New Zealand who had participated in the First World War in the year 1914. The Domestic Events that come across the celebrations and honor to the Hero’s of the World War I. This year it would be the celebrations for the 100th year of Anzac Day.
This will impact the traveling exhibition with the presentation of First World War pleasure, artifacts and for the original source of experience through a digital engagement. The outcomes from the public towards the visualization of the art that are put in front of what had happened during the time and what was the condition and impact on Australia. Depending on the availability of funds, the late 2015 to late 2017 the traveling exhibition will be spread out to different states of Australia to share the experience with the old stories with the involvement in the First World War. The ceremonies are held across cities and towns of the nation to remember the sacrifice and effort that was put by Australians who performed duties in World War and died.
The Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) in Turkey and France run Anzac Day events & Ceremonies annually. The Anzac Day events are conducted in different parts of the world by High Commissions and Australian Embassies. Australia will recall and show respect to the 100th anniversary by engaging with other relevant countries around the world, of the First World War and other similar Military Anniversaries.
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