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1. Anzac Day, April 25, is a holiday to remember people who fought in war. What does ANZAC stand for?
2. The series of battles which led to the start of Anzac Day took place in Gallipoli. What country, which is in both Europe and Asia, is Gallipoli in?
3. Anzac Day honours those from Australia and New Zealand who took part in the 1915 Gallipoli battles. During what global war did this take place?
4. What is the tasty, sweet treat made using rolled oats and golden syrup that were sent by women's groups to the Australian and New Zealand soldiers during World War I?
5. Which flower is often worn on Anzac Day in New Zealand but is less likely to be seen in Australia on that day?
6. Which gambling game, which uses a stick to toss two pennies, is played on Anzac Day?
7. An important battle in the Gallipoli campaign took place in August 1915 and it includes a solitary, coniferous tree in its name. What is this battle in which Harold Walker led the ANZAC forces?
8. What British politician who led England in World War II made a mistake in the First World War by stating that 50,000 soldiers and some seapower could topple the Ottoman Empire?
9. Anzac Day occurs every April 25 and the holiday's most solemn event is held early in the day. Which event is this?
10. John Simpson Kirkpatrick was a hero at Gallipoli, saving many hurt soldiers from the battle. An animal named Duffy helped Simpson. What sort of animal was Duffy?
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