3. Pan of crowd as the Australian national anthem finishes
4. Pan of foreign dignitaries
5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Senator Honourable Michael Ronaldson, Australia's Minister for Veterans Affairs:
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"Together with the loss of those who died and the devastation of the living, the war left our young nation in mourning. It devastated rural and regional Australia for a generation. Entire families lost the next generation of sons, either in the war itself or in the years that followed as the war took its toll."
6. Various of attendees
7. Foreign dignitaries laying wreaths, AUDIO: Bagpipe music; UPSOUND (English): "This gesture symbolises a unified desire for peace and the respect shared by all nations for the memory of those who were lost during the war"
8. Foreign dignitaries stepping back from wreaths, AUDIO: Bagpipe music
9. School children laying wreaths, AUDIO: Bagpipe music
10. Wide of wreaths, AUDIO: Bagpipe music
11. Various as the Ode of Remembrance is recited, UPSOUND (English): "Age shall not weary them nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember them."
12. The Last Post is played UPSOUND: Music
13. People viewing the Roll of Honour
14. Eternal Flame in the Pool of Reflection
15. Various of names of the fallen being projected on to building
Commemorations marking the centenary of World War One took place in Australia on Monday.
Australian Parliamentarians, Representatives from the Australian Defence Force, dignitaries from various countries, locals and children, attended a ceremony at the War Memorial in the capital Canberra.
Wreaths were laid by representatives from various countries and school children from states and territories across Australia.
The Ode of Remembrance was recited and the Last Post was played, and many attendees paid their respects at the Roll of Honour wall.
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott officially launched the commemorations at the War Memorial, where he announced two projects to mark the event.
Every evening for the next four years, a recording of children reciting the names of the 62,000 Australians listed on the Roll of Honour will be played, and the names will be projected onto the roof of the Memorial's Hall of Memory.