ANZAC stands for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. It marks the day were soldiers served in World War One in 1915. That is one hundred years ago, this year. Some soldiers die and others came back home. They went to Gallipoli to fight against soldiers from Turkey .
Now in New Zealand and all over the World, people have dawn poppies. It is where people can go and remember what happened. This takes place on 25th of April. Poppies were sold in 1922 to raise money for soldiers and their fathers. These are sold before ANZAC Day and the money goes to RSA’s. RSA stands for the Royal New Zealand Returned and Services Association.