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New Zealand comes together for our national day of commemoration
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Anzac Day message 2014
RSA National President, Don McIver
In late 1914, Sgt Little, a clerk at the HQ of the newly formed Australia and New Zealand Army Corps in Egypt had a rubber stamp made which was used to register inwards and outwards mail and it became known as the “Anzac” stamp. From these humble beginnings grew the term which is so widely recognized, used and commemorated today.