The war had been going for two years when the ANZACs arrived at the Western Front. They were confronted with completely alien conditions from what they had experienced at Gallipoli. By the time the New Zealanders arrived, the Western Front had turned into a swamp, which was a direct contrast to the hilly terrain of Gallipoli where war was fought on cliff tops and in steep gullies. Soldiers were appalled at the state of the trenches and the shelters on the front lines.
Yr 7 - 10 Activity
1. Click on the picture opposite to play a short game and test your knowledge of key places and locations the ANZACs would have travelled to in WW1.