On This Day… £100 a word

Today I thought it was interesting to find in Darling Downs Gazette, Saturday 21 October 1916, page 4 the “new” legislation being passed about the use of the word ANZAC. And here’s a bit of trivia for you. The only place the word ANZAC is used without the need for consent is for ANZAC biscuits. It was decided that the ANZAC biscuit itself has become a part of Australian tradition and therefore is exempt.

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