Friday, 1 May 2015


In the pitch black 1000’s of people including old soldiers went to a Dawn Service at the Auckland Museum. They went in respect and remembrance of all old soldiers that have fought  for our country to make us safe.

Mayor Len Brown recited a poem. Then next he laid a wreath on the monument.  

While a man played the last post on the Bugle the crowds gathered together and they stood silently. While he played the sun started to rise and dawn started to break.


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