Thousands turn out to pay respects to Anzacs

Emily AceSouth Western Times
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Record crowds turned out for the Bunbury Anzac Day services yesterday, with thousands watching on solemnly to pay their respect to the Anzacs and all of Australia’s service men and women who gallantly fought for our country, values and freedom.

This year marks the final year of the Anzac centenary, Australia’s most important period of national commemoration.

Brigadier Geoff Hand AM RFD addressed both the Dawn and Morning services, in which he recited the words of Winston Churchill – “those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it”.

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Camera IconCredit: Jon Gellweiler
Camera IconCredit: Jon Gellweiler
Camera IconCredit: Jon Gellweiler
Camera IconCredit: Jon Gellweiler
Camera IconCredit: Jon Gellweiler
Camera IconCredit: Jon Gellweiler
Camera IconCredit: Jon Gellweiler
Camera IconCredit: Jon Gellweiler
Camera IconCredit: Jon Gellweiler

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