In times of war, military units become a family – a family that is never forgotten by the men and women who served within them.

Royal Gaurd of Honour marches into ANZAC Square during the National Commemorative Service in Wellington.
Royal Guard of Honour marches into ANZAC Square during the National Commemorative Service in Wellington.
Image: New Zealand Defence Force

In times of war, military units become a family – a family that is never forgotten by the men and women who served within them.  During WW1, the New Zealand Expeditionary Force helped form the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps at Gallipoli. 

Like countless other military units during WW1, the ANZACs and the Royal Navy’s Harwich Force fought with valour steadfastly in the face of great deprivation and danger – and, in doing so, marched and sailed into immortality.