Just a quick note pointing out a couple fo facts that can easily be over looked if one doesn`t think too deeply on this subject. Nobody hates war more than soldiers. It has always been expected that young men defend their country with their lives, there really is no noble option. There were some young men in the town that I grew up in, who hadn`t gone to WW2, for the rest of their lives, they were looked down on by most people as gutless filth, particularly by the women. Anzac day is a memorial to those who sacrificed so much, so we could live in peace. It was often said by returned soldiers, that those who had died were the lucky ones. We really do live in the lucky country, but it didn`t get to be that way all by itself, and it won`t stay that way without some effort and common sense to conserve it.