The Duke Of Cambridge Lays Reef For ANZAC Troops On ANZAC Day

ANZAC stands for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps, the branch of the British Army that served in the Gallipoli Campaign during WW1 and in North Africa during WW2.

Every 25th of April is ANZAC Day, where Australians and New Zealanders remember the fallen dead of the ANZAC troops.

The Duke of Cambridge laid a reef at London's Cenotaph in honor of the fallen dead before a service at Westminster Abby.

UK born Australians, New Zealanders, and some surviving ANZAC servicemen were also in attendance at the Cenotaph.

Only the WW2 ANZACs who served in North Africa remain, as the last confirmed WW1 ANZAC died in 2002.

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