"They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old;
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We Will Remember Them."
The Anzac Spirit or Legend if you like, is a way for us all to remember the shared characteristics and qualities of the Australian and New Zealand soldiers who fought in the First World War. The endurance, courage, mateship and good humour that they displayed on the battlefield.
This Great Day of Rememberance is celebrated every year on the 25th of April and was devised as a way to remember those Australian and New Zealand troops that died on this fateful day in Gallipoli fighting the Ottoman Empire during WWI. It has now become a day to remember all those soldiers, (both Australian and New Zealand) who have served and died in Wars, Peacekeeping Operations and Conflicts all around the globe.
In Military tradition, the bugle sounding the last post signifies the end of the day's activities. This is depicted in lovely colour and detail on this Anzac Rememberance Panel. One soldier sounding the bugle while the other stands at attention with a fiery sunset in the background. On Anzac Day, the bugle is blown at dawn to signify comradeship that those Anzacs felt in those quiet peaceful moments before dawn. It also signifies the dawn landing on that day in Gallipoli.
If you know someone who is serving or has served in the armed forces you will more than understand the importance of this great National Day.
This great Panel embodies all that is The Anzac Spirit and would make a great quilt or wall hanging to honour this great day.
Images are digitally printed on 100% Cotton Quality Fabric and the Anzac Ode is also featured on this beautiful panel and all these are set on a background of Red Poppies, the symbol of Rememberance.
Measures 36" x 44"
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Anzac PanelBy: Cheryl Murphy on 1 June 2018The fabric is good quality and looks great!!
Truly AwesomeBy: Elizabeth Ridley on 10 April 2018Beautiful bright colours, the ANZAC panel, was so much more then I expected, did the Aussie Diggers proud. Thankyou