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Source: The Anzac Memorial (Image courtesy of the Fryer Library)
The Toast! For Anzac Day single work   poetry   war literature   "The toast is ANZAC, gentlemen! To Anzac, by the sea,"
Issue Details: First known date: 1916... 1916 The Toast! For Anzac Day
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Adaptations

y separately published work icon The Toast is Anzac, Gentlemen! C. W. MacCarthy (composer), C. H. Souter , Sydney : Returned Soldiers Association of New South Wales , 1916 9865110 1916 single work lyric/song

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    y separately published work icon Anzac Memorial Anzac Memorial : 25th April 1915 Alfred George Stephens (editor), Sydney : Returned Soliders Association , 1916 Z1658250 1916 anthology prose poetry war literature Sydney : Returned Soliders Association , 1916 pg. 304
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    y separately published work icon The Register 6 May 1916 6084987 1916 newspaper issue 1916 pg. 4
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    y separately published work icon Anzac Memorial Anzac Memorial : 25th April 1915 Alfred George Stephens (editor), Sydney : Returned Soliders Association , 1916 Z1658250 1916 anthology prose poetry war literature Sydney : Returned Soliders Association , 1917 pg. [512]
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    y separately published work icon The School Paper for Grades VII and VIII no. 233 April 1919 Z1652590 1919 periodical issue children's 1919 pg. 24
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    y separately published work icon The Story of Anzac Day : Told for Boys and Girls Alfred Gwin Waterworth , Melbourne : Gordon and Gotch Returned Sailors' and Soldiers' Imperial League, Launceston Sub-Branch. , 1920 Z1462114 1920 single work non-fiction children's war literature Melbourne : Gordon and Gotch Returned Sailors' and Soldiers' Imperial League, Launceston Sub-Branch. , 1920 pg. 60
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    y separately published work icon The School Paper for Grades VII and VIII no. 256 April 1921 Z1663693 1921 periodical issue children's 1921 pg. 40
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