Anzac Day Dawn Service in Adelaide

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TENS of thousands of southern Australians gathered this morning at daycare services to Anzac Day over the state on the 103th anniversary of the landing of Australian and New Zealand troops in Gallipoli.

On a brilliant April morning at the National War Memorial in Adelaide, Governor, Hieu Van Le, made the first wreath to tribute to those who have fallen in service of serving the nation.

The ceremony chief and chairman of the SA Anzac Day Committee, Ian Smith, recalled about a crowd of around 5000, the war is an "expensive and terrible business" and that more than 102,000 Australians have lost their lives for service to the nation.

"Anzac Day never deals with military victories – in fact, the Anzac tradition's creatures with an expensive disaster," he said.

& # 39; For our veterans we show respect, we honor and we thank.

"At one last resort, it's the people we have relied on to protect us and our democratic freedoms." 19659007] Dawn Service At the North Tce National War Memorial: Fred Fairhead, formerly of the Royal Australian Regiment (RAR) Infantry Battalion. Image: Tricia Watkinson 1 of 21

  Nitrogen Service at the North Tce: Peace Fairhead, former of the Royal Australian Regiment (RAR), infantry battalion.

Dawn at the SA National War Memorial at North Tce: Eileen Dunlop 64, Anthea Boyce 65, Lee Skinner 64, Helga Jongewaard, 66, and Otto Jongewaard, 70, Kay Powlesland, 70, and Virginia Thompson, 71, who all served Royal Australian Navy. Image: Tricia Watkinson 2 of 21

  Grain service at the North Tce SA National War Memorial: Eileen Dunlop 64, Anthea Boyce 65, Lee Skinner 64, Helga Jongewaard, 66 and Otto Jongewaard, 70, Kay Powle sland, 70, and Virginia Thompson, 71, who all served the Royal Australian Navy. Picture: Tricia Watkinson

Dawn service at the SA National War Memorial, North Tce. Picture: Tricia Watkinson 3 of 21

  Dawn Service at the SA National War Memorial, North Tce. Picture: Tricia Watkinson

Anzac dawn service at Hallett Cove, SA: Regiment Sergeant Major Peter Morritt. Image: Dylan Coker 4 of 21

  Anzac dawn service at Hallett Cove, SA: Regiment Sergeant Major Peter Morritt. Picture: Dylan Coker

Daggry at the SA National War Memorial, North Tce: Premier Steven Marshall. Image: Tricia Watkinson 5 of 21

  Grain service at the SA National War Memorial, North Tce: Premier Steven Marshall. Picture: Tricia Watkinson

Dawn at the SA National War Memorial, North Terrace. Picture: Tricia Watkinson 6 of 21

  Dawn at the SA National War Memorial, North Terrace. Picture: Tricia Watkinson

Dawn at the SA National War Memorial, North Terrace. Picture: Tricia Watkinson 7 of 21

  Dawn at the SA National War Memorial, North Terrace. Picture: Tricia Watkinson

Daggry at Hallett Cove: Phil Ferguson and his wife Felicity. Phil's grandmother and grandfather served both in the Middle East during World War II. Picture: Dylan Coker 8 of 21

  Daggry at Hallett Cove: Phil Ferguson and his wife Felicity. Phil's grandmother and grandfather served both in the Middle East during World War II. Image: Dylan Coker

Anzac dawn service at Hallett Cove, SA. Image: Dylan Coker 9 of 21

  Anzac dawn service at Hallett Cove, SA. Image: Dylan Coker

Anzac dawn service at Hallett Cove. Hugh Graham puts a twig of rosemary. Image: Dylan Coker 10 of 21

  Anzac dawn service at Hallett Cove. Hugh Graham puts a twig of rosemary. Image: Dylan Coker

Anzac dawn service at Hallett Cove: Lt Col Adam Hay. Image: Dylan Coker 11 of 21

  Anzac Dawn Service at Hallett Cove: Lt Col Adam Hay. Image: Dylan Coker

Anzac dawn service at Hallett Cove. Image: Dylan Coker 12 of 21

  Anzac dawn service at Hallett Cove. Image: Dylan Coker

Dawn at the SA National War Memorial, North Terrace. Picture: Tricia Watkinson. 13 of 21

  Dawn at the SA National War Memorial, North Terrace. Picture: Tricia Watkinson.

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  Day service at Hallett Cove: Image: Dylan Coker

Day service at Hallett Cove: Image: Dylan Coker ] 15 of 21

  Dawn at Hallett Cove: Picture: Dylan Coker

Dawn at the SA National War Memorial, North Terrace. Picture: Tricia Watkinson. 16 of 21

  Dawn at the SA National War Memorial, North Terrace. Picture: Tricia Watkinson.

Anzac dawn service at Hallett Cove: L-R is Lt Col Adam Hay and Regiment Sergeant Major Peter Morritt. Image: Dylan Coker 17 of 21

  Anzac Dawn Service at Hallett Cove: L-R is Lt Col Adam Hay and Regiment Sergeant Major Peter Morritt. Image: Dylan Coker

Dawn at the SA National War Memorial, North Terrace. Image: Craig Cook 18 of 21

  Dawn at the SA National War Memorial, North Terrace. Picture: Craig Cook

Dawn on the trunks in the trunks. Picture: Celeste Villani / Twitter. 19 of 21

  Servicing of gums in Tranmere. Picture: Celeste Villani / Twitter.

Anzac Day dawn service. Picture: Dani Abbracciavento / Twitter. 20 of 21

  Anzac Day dawn service. Picture: Dani Abbracciavento / Twitter.

Dawn service at Gummibeservatet, Tranmere. Image: Celeste Villani 21 of 21

  Dawn Service at Gums Reserve, Tranmere. Picture: Celeste Villani

Grain service at the North Tce SA National War Memorial: Fred Fairhead, former of the Royal Australian Regiment (RAR), Infantry Battalion. Picture: Tricia Watkinson

North Tce Dawn Warning Service: Eileen Dunlop 64, Anthea Boyce 65, Lee Skinner 64, Helga Jongewaard, 66 and Otto Jongewaard, 70, Kay Powlesland, 70, and Virginia Thompson, 71, as all served the Royal Australian Navy. Picture: Tricia Watkinson

Dawn at the SA National War Memorial, North Tce. Image: Tricia Watkinson

Anzac dawn service at Hallett Cove, SA: Regiment Sergeant Major Peter Morritt. Picture: Dylan Coker

Dawn at the SA National War Memorial, North Tce: Premier Steven Marshall. Picture: Tricia Watkinson

Dawn at the SA National War Memorial, North Terrace. Picture: Tricia Watkinson

Dawn at the SA National War Memorial, North Terrace. Picture: Tricia Watkinson

Daggry at Hallett Cove: Phil Ferguson and his wife Felicity. Phil's grandmother and grandfather served both in the Middle East during World War II. Image: Dylan Coker

Anzac dawn service at Hallett Cove, SA. Image: Dylan Coker

Anzac dawn service at Hallett Cove. Hugh Graham puts a twig of rosemary. Picture: Dylan Coker

Anzac dawn service at Hallett Cove: Lt Col Adam Hay. Image: Dylan Coker

Anzac dawn service at Hallett Cove. Image: Dylan Coker

Dawn at the SA National War Memorial, North Terrace. Picture: Tricia Watkinson.

Day service at Hallett Cove: Image: Dylan Coker

Day service at Hallett Cove: Image: Dylan Coker

Day service at the SA National War Memorial, North Terrace. Picture: Tricia Watkinson.

Anzac dawn service at Hallett Cove: L-R is Lt Col Adam Hay and Regiment Sergeant Major Peter Morritt. Image: Dylan Coker

Dawn service at the SA National War Memorial, North Terrace. Image: Craig Cook

Dawn on the Gummien in Tranmere. Picture: Celeste Villani / Twitter.

Anzac Day dawn service. Picture: Dani Abbracciavento / Twitter.

Dawn Service at The Gums Reserve, Tranmere. Image: Celeste Villani

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"And we recognize the lessons they have taught us by example: How to unfold, resist courage, courage and resilience to believe in ourselves and to keep together when confronted with adversity. "

Smith said that Anzac Day should be protected from the ignorant and unhappy who seek to make nationalism and that day is as much about those who earn now as it is about those who fought and lost their lives on the western front of the second kind of Villers Bretonneux 100 years ago today.

RSL has put a special focus on women's contribution to the armed services this year. A special service group's group (group 12) marched in parade.

"Women represent more than 16 percent of the full-time defense, and their commitment to the defense of the nation has seen dramatic changes since World War II," he added.

"And more work must be done that acknowledges their contribution."

Kristen Tommasini participated in her first Dawn Service, which was there to pay respect for those who fought and remembered their grandparents who fought in World War II.

Getting up early to get here and showing respect is the least I can do, "said Noarlunga Down's resident.

" We should never forget because we would not enjoy the freedoms we have without their service . "

" My feelings have a deep sense of feeling and connection with everyone here.

"Hopefully this tradition never dies, so it's good to see so many young people here to keep it going."

The service took part in a new South Australian Premier, Steven M arshall, Simon Birmingham, representing the Federal Government and Penny Wong for the Opposition, emphasizing the responsibility of politicians to commit Australian troops abroad to war zones.

During the service a veteran collapsed in the official ceremony, but was quickly attracted to St John's Ambulance Staff.

After 10 minutes of treatment he came up.

In Canberra more than 30,000 braved cold weather to participate in the dawn service at the Australian War Memorial.

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