Salute Their Service Gallipoli Lapel Pin
April 25, 1915 is the day the Australian Imperial Force landed at Gallipoli with troops from New Zealand, marking the first major joint military action fought by Australian and New Zealand forces during the First World War. More than 8,000 Australian soldiers gave their lives for their country during the eight month campaign. Upon their return from WW1, the Returned & Services League of Australia was formed to uphold the values of mateship formed amidst the carnage and horror of battle, to honour the memory of the fallen and to help others. The underlying philosophy of the League is mateship and this is as true now as when the League was formed in 1916.
The purchase of this badge shows your support for those who have courageously fought for our freedom.
Profits from the sale of this badge assist Veteran Care.
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