What is ANZAC?
ANZAC meaning in Military terminology / glossary / dictionary is:
Australian and New Zealand Army Corps, it was also the name given to the beach on the Gallipoli Peninsula where the troops of the Australian and NZ Army Corps landed. Later in the war it was used as a generic term for any Australian or New Zealand soldier belonging to one of the two ANZAC Corps. After The Great War, the term came to signify anyone who served at Gallipoli from Australia or New Zealand and this meaning is still in use today. Click Here for a more in depth explanation of how the term came about.