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Portrait of Ellis Ashmead Bartlett (ICS84/D1/16)

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Wounded on a stretcher (ICS84/D/5/442)

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Nurses preparing food (ICS84/D/5/450)

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Advanced trench ANZAC, Turkish positions above (ICS84/D/5/443)

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War correspondents standing with Indian soldiers (ICS84D/5/452)

The South Asian contingent comprised mostly Sikh and Gurkha who fought in three streams: the 29th Indian Brigade, the Indian Mountain Artillery Brigade and the Indian Mule Corps. The role of these soldiers has largely been overlooked in Australian and New Zealand accounts of Gallipoli. In a soon to be published book. Professor Stanley, a military historian at the University of New South Wales argues that three times as many South Asians fought in the campaign than official estimates suggest. Hi… More

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Australian Bridging Train, Suvla Bay (ICS84/D/5/463)

At 5am on 6 August 1915, the Royal Australian Naval Bridging Train, landed at Suvla Bay. The Train's role was to land a great part of the stores of the British Army. Work including the construction of piers for landing troops and supplies, and evacuating wounded soldiers; landing and disembarking of troops and munitions and stores; the supply of water (brought in by sea); erection of high explosive magazines, dug-outs, cookhouses and galleys; assembly of hospital huttings; and acting as wireless… More

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Sniper and spotter (ICS84/D/5/471)

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Firing a Trench Mortar at Quinns Post, Gallipoli (ICS84/D/5/474)

Quinn’s Post, named after Major Hugh Quinn, 15th Battalion (Queensland) AIF, was one of the most dangerous places at Anzac. Quinn’s was positioned on the northern edge of the front line along Second Ridge, and beyond was Deadman’s Ridge, from which the enemy could fire into the side of the post. Other Turkish trenches lay opposite, and the Turks had only to advance a few metres, capture Quinn’s, and the whole Anzac area could be lost. Until the end of June 1915, the struggles at Quinn’s between … More

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ANZAC Beach (ICS84/D/5/482)

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ANZAC Cove (ICS84/D/5/483)

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Soldiers sitting with Cordite cases (ICS84/D/5/484)

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Pinnacle landing at ANZAC (ICS84/D/5/485)

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Survivors of the sinking of HMS Triumph? (ICS84/D/5/490)

This photo is thought to be of survivors of the sinking of the HMS Triumph on 25 May 1915. HMS Triumph, originally known as Libertad, participated early in the war in the hunt for von Spee's German East Asia Squadron and in the campaign against the German colony at Tsingtao, China. The ship was transferred to the Mediterranean in early 1915 to participate in the Dardanelles Campaign. HMS Triumph took part in the opening attack on the entrance forts on 18 February and 19 February, and joined the… More

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"ANZAC types" (ICS84/D/5/492)

Illustrating different soldiers present at Gallipoli More

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Soldiers on the beach at ANZAC Cove (ICS84/D/5/518)

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Soldiers on beach at ANZAC Cove (ICS84/D/5/536)

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The crowded beach at ANZAC (ICS84/D/5/539)

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Barge W with soldiers (ICS84/D/5/569)

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Australians embarking at Mudros, 24 April 1915 (ICS84/D/6/613)

Shows Australians on board with packs and guns. Mudros is a small Greek port on the Mediterranean island of Lemnos, some 50 km from the Dardanelle Straits. The harbour was broad enough to sustain British and French warships, although it was recognised at an early stage that there was a potentially troublesome absence of suitable military facilities. The port was placed under British control as a base for the campaign. More

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Turkish prisoners (ICS84/D/6/616)

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Australian artillery position at ANZAC Cove (ICS84/D/6/623)

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Australians on warship, probably 24 April 1915 (ICS84/D/6/624)

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Soldiers in trench (ANZAC Cove) (ICS84/D/6/629)

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Soliders in trenches (ANZAC Cove) (ICS84/D/6/630)

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Soldiers outside a hospital (ICS84/D/6/662)

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