Anzac Day Honours Heroes Of WWI’s Western Front

Some 3,000 Australians marked Anzac Day on Monday with a sombre dawn service in northern France to honour their forebears who fought in the Battle of the Somme a century ago. “Today we come together… to commemorate all who served on the Western Front and to remember those who never made it home,” Australian Air Force chief Leo Davies said. The faces of the fallen were projected onto the imposing tower of the Australian National Memorial, which honours nearly 11,000 soldiers with no known graves. A sole bagpipe wailed as dignitaries including French Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian and the

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