People in Australia and New Zealand have turned out to commemorate the 92nd Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (Anzac) Day.
Anzac Day marks the start of the bloody campaign for the Gallipoli peninsula in Turkey on 25 April 1915 in which thousands of troops from Australia and New Zealand died.
In Auckland, New Zealand, people gathered for a dawn ceremony at the Cenotaph to remember the country's war dead.
In Australia, veterans joined a traditional parade in Sydney. Major services and ceremonies were also held in Brisbane, Canberra and Melbourne.
The day commemorates Anzac troops from all wars. This man is a "Fuzzy Wuzzy Angel" - a Papua New Guinean soldier who aided Australian troops against the Japanese in World War II.
Naval officers from Australia and New Zealand held a ceremony at the Kranji War Memorial Cemetery in Singapore.
There, officers from New Zealand's HMNZS Te Mana paid tribute to the war dead with a performance of the traditional Maori Haka.