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Gallipoli Collection

"Gallipoli: A Tale of Bravery and Sacrifice" In the heart of Basingstoke, amidst the chaos of World War I

Background imageGallipoli Collection: Anzac Cove, Gallipoli, Dardanelles - WW2 - Landing supplies

Anzac Cove, Gallipoli, Dardanelles - WW2 - Landing supplies
Anzac Cove, Gallipoli Peninsula, Turkey, Dardanelles - WW2 - Landing supplies - view looking towards ArAnburnu, 1915 Date: 1915

Background imageGallipoli Collection: 5th Battalion Connaught Rangers, Basingstoke, WW1

5th Battalion Connaught Rangers, Basingstoke, WW1
Men of the 5th Battalion Connaught Rangers, 10th Division, arriving at Basingstoke from Ireland before going to Gallipoli during the First World War. Date: May 1915

Background imageGallipoli Collection: Rejected by the inventions board

Rejected by the inventions board
" Rejected by the inventions board. VII -The Gallipoli Shell-Diverter for returning the Enemys Fire" There were other theatres of war besides he Western Front

Background imageGallipoli Collection: Kemal Ataturk in World War One

Kemal Ataturk in World War One
Mustafa Kemal Ataturk (centre, above row sitting) at Gallipoli during World War One. Date: C.1915

Background imageGallipoli Collection: Lord Kitchener in a trench, Dardanelles, WW1

Lord Kitchener in a trench, Dardanelles, WW1
Lord Herbert Kitchener (1850-1916) in a trench with others in the Dardanelles during the Gallipoli Campaign, First World War. Date: circa November 1915

Background imageGallipoli Collection: British Troops Gallipoli

British Troops Gallipoli
British troops advance on mass up the cliffs at Gallipoli off the Dardanelles straits. " Short of ammunition but still they press on, the true bulldog rush of our troops"

Background imageGallipoli Collection: V Beach at Gallipoli WWI

V Beach at Gallipoli WWI
A View of V Beach taken from the SS River Clyde at Gallipoli during World War I

Background imageGallipoli Collection: Landing at Suvla Bay, Gallipoli, 1915

Landing at Suvla Bay, Gallipoli, 1915
British troops landing at Suvla Bay, Gallipoli in August 1915 during the First World War Date: 1915

Background imageGallipoli Collection: Australian soldiers at Gallipoli WWI

Australian soldiers at Gallipoli WWI
Australian soldiers at Anzac, Gallipoli during World War I

Background imageGallipoli Collection: Turkish poster celebrating defence of Gallipoli, WW1

Turkish poster celebrating defence of Gallipoli, WW1
Turkish poster celebrating the defence of Gallipoli against the Allies during the First World War. Date: 1915

Background imageGallipoli Collection: Asiatic Annie at Gallipoli WWI

Asiatic Annie at Gallipoli WWI
One of the three guns of Fort Top Chamlar Tepe, which were together known as Asiatic Annie. The coast of the Peninsula can be seen across the Dardanelles

Background imageGallipoli Collection: Suvla Bay, Gallipoli, WW1

Suvla Bay, Gallipoli, WW1
Suvla Bay, Gallipoli: close quarters at the seas edge. Showing landing conditions on the Gallipoli Peninsula. Date: 1915

Background imageGallipoli Collection: Reading The Tatler in Gallipoli, WW1

Reading The Tatler in Gallipoli, WW1
A Topping Tonic after taking Turkish Trenches - some officers of the gallant Lancashire Fusiliers enjoying a short respite with an old and valued friend

Background imageGallipoli Collection: Bas relief from the Anzac Memorial - Sydney, Australia

Bas relief from the Anzac Memorial - Sydney, Australia
Bronze Bas relief from the Anzac War Memorial by Rayner Hoff - Hyde Park, Sydney, Australia - showing the landing of troops at Gallipoli, Dardanelles Front, WW1. Date: circa 1934

Background imageGallipoli Collection: Turkish Troops - Gallipoli

Turkish Troops - Gallipoli
Turkish troops - Gallipoli - firing down on allied positions from high in the mountains

Background imageGallipoli Collection: Gallipoli trench WWI

Gallipoli trench WWI
Royal Navy Division Sector Lieutenant C.H. Parkes RNVR with Periscope rifle (sniperscope) at Gallipoli during World War I

Background imageGallipoli Collection: British troops at Gallipoli WWI

British troops at Gallipoli WWI
British troops attacking at Gallipoli during World War I

Background imageGallipoli Collection: Gallipoli evacuation WWI

Gallipoli evacuation WWI
Captain Davidson of the HMS Cornwallis (last ship to leave Suvla Bay) meets General Byng on the gangway after the evacuation

Background imageGallipoli Collection: Lewis Gunner WWI

Lewis Gunner WWI
A soldier with a Lewis gun at Gallipoli during World War I

Background imageGallipoli Collection: German Navy in Turkey WWI

German Navy in Turkey WWI
The Goeben and the Breslau anchored some 8 miles from Istanbul, in Stania Bay in the Bosporus where they would be much safer during World War I

Background imageGallipoli Collection: War graves near Anzac Cove, Gallipoli, Turkey, Europe

War graves near Anzac Cove, Gallipoli, Turkey, Europe

Background imageGallipoli Collection: Italy, Apulia (Puglia), Lecce Province, Gallipoli old walled town

Italy, Apulia (Puglia), Lecce Province, Gallipoli old walled town

Background imageGallipoli Collection: Italy. Apulia (Puglia). Salento, Gallipoli, Old walled town

Italy. Apulia (Puglia). Salento, Gallipoli, Old walled town

Background imageGallipoli Collection: Typical apulian bread rings (friselle) with fresh chopped tomatoes, Gallipoli, Salento

Typical apulian bread rings (friselle) with fresh chopped tomatoes, Gallipoli, Salento, Apulia, Italy

Background imageGallipoli Collection: Landing horses and troops at Gallipoli during World War One, from The Pageant of the Century

Landing horses and troops at Gallipoli during World War One, from The Pageant of the Century, pub.1934
3502746 Landing horses and troops at Gallipoli during World War One, from The Pageant of the Century, pub.1934; (add.info.: Landing horses and troops at Gallipoli during World War One)

Background imageGallipoli Collection: Muhammad al-Idrisi. Paris transcript of V-4. The map displays: the northern shoreline of Marmara Sea

Muhammad al-Idrisi. Paris transcript of V-4. The map displays: the northern shoreline of Marmara Sea
529625 Muhammad al-Idrisi. Paris transcript of V-4. The map displays: the northern shoreline of Marmara Sea, Gallipoli Peninsula

Background imageGallipoli Collection: Venetians conquer Gallipoli (War of Ferrara or Salt War against the Duke...), ca 1580-1582

Venetians conquer Gallipoli (War of Ferrara or Salt War against the Duke...), ca 1580-1582
Venetians conquer Gallipoli (War of Ferrara or Salt War against the Duke of Ferrara 1478?1484), ca 1580-1582. Found in the Collection of the Palazzo Ducale, Venice

Background imageGallipoli Collection: Letter from on board RMS Olympic, White Star Line, WW1

Letter from on board RMS Olympic, White Star Line, WW1
First page of a letter dated 28 November 1915 from Albert Auerbach of the Royal Fusiliers to his sister Lucy from on board RMS Olympic, White Star Line

Background imageGallipoli Collection: Mosaic of Eve and the serpent in Sacro Cuore di Gesu church, Gallipoli, Lecce, Apulia

Mosaic of Eve and the serpent in Sacro Cuore di Gesu church, Gallipoli, Lecce, Apulia, Italy, Europe

Background imageGallipoli Collection: Admiral Of The Fleet Sir John Michael De Robeck British Sailor 1862 To 1928 Right From The War

Admiral Of The Fleet Sir John Michael De Robeck British Sailor 1862 To 1928 Right From The War Illustrated Album Deluxe Published London 1916

Background imageGallipoli Collection: Gallipoli, Salentine peninsula, Lecce district, Apulia, Italy

Gallipoli, Salentine peninsula, Lecce district, Apulia, Italy

Background imageGallipoli Collection: Beach umbrellas on white sand beach by turquoise sea from above, Punta della Suina

Beach umbrellas on white sand beach by turquoise sea from above, Punta della Suina, Gallipoli, Lecce, Salento, Apulia, Italy

Background imageGallipoli Collection: Beach umbrellas on sand beach and cliffs by turquoise sea from above, Punta della Suina

Beach umbrellas on sand beach and cliffs by turquoise sea from above, Punta della Suina, Gallipoli, Salento, Apulia, Italy

Background imageGallipoli Collection: Gallipoli in summer time, located along the Ionic coast, municipality of Gallipoli

Gallipoli in summer time, located along the Ionic coast, municipality of Gallipoli, Lecce province, Apulia, Italy

Background imageGallipoli Collection: Purita beach, Gallipoli, Salento, Apulia, Italy

Purita beach, Gallipoli, Salento, Apulia, Italy
PuritA beach, Gallipoli, Salento, Apulia, Italy

Background imageGallipoli Collection: Gallipoli, Salento, Apulia, Italy

Gallipoli, Salento, Apulia, Italy

Background imageGallipoli Collection: Gallipoli - soldiers fighting in Gallipolim 1915 (print)

Gallipoli - soldiers fighting in Gallipolim 1915 (print)
3793838 Gallipoli - soldiers fighting in Gallipolim 1915 (print); (add.info.: Gallipoli - soldiers fighting in the Turkish city of Gallipoli during World War I, 1915.); Lebrecht History

Background imageGallipoli Collection: WW1 Gallipoli British sailors deploying submarine nets

WW1 Gallipoli British sailors deploying submarine nets

Background imageGallipoli Collection: Preparing to evacuate Gallipoli during WW1

Preparing to evacuate Gallipoli during WW1

Background imageGallipoli Collection: WW1 Gallipoli British soldiers preparing to evacuate

WW1 Gallipoli British soldiers preparing to evacuate

Background imageGallipoli Collection: W Beach Gallipoli during the First World War

W Beach Gallipoli during the First World War

Background imageGallipoli Collection: Boats from RMS Mauretania landing troops in

Boats from RMS Mauretania landing troops in the Dardanelles during WW1

Background imageGallipoli Collection: RMS Mauretania boats landing at Gallipoli, Dardanelles

RMS Mauretania boats landing at Gallipoli, Dardanelles, during WW1

Background imageGallipoli Collection: West Beach, Gallipoli during WW1

West Beach, Gallipoli during WW1

Background imageGallipoli Collection: HMS Pegasus (ex HMS Ark Royal)

HMS Pegasus (ex HMS Ark Royal)
Royal Navy - HMS Pegasus (ex HMS Ark Royal) at A Spithead re in 1938. HMS Pegasus was re-named from the 1914 HMS Ark Royal seaplane carrier

Background imageGallipoli Collection: Ottoman Empire. Turkey. View of Gallipoli

Ottoman Empire. Turkey. View of Gallipoli
Ottoman Empire. Turkey. Asia Minor. View of Gallipoli. Engraving by Lemaitre, Danvin and Cholet. Historia de Turquia, by Joseph Marie Jouannin (1783-1844) and Jules Van Gaver, 1840

Background imageGallipoli Collection: Sir Alymer Hunter-Weston

Sir Alymer Hunter-Weston
A portrait oil painting of Lieutenant General Sir Alymer Gould Hunter-Weston, M.P. K.C.B. D.S.O. 1864-1940, who was a British Army officer serving in the Miranzai Expeditions of 1891

Background imageGallipoli Collection: WW1 - Dardanelles Campaign - Australians cornering the enemy

WW1 - Dardanelles Campaign - Australians cornering the enemy
WW1 - Dardanelles Campaign - Progress in Gallipoli as the Australian troops advance up hill, yet corner and attack a Turkish detachmment



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"Gallipoli: A Tale of Bravery and Sacrifice" In the heart of Basingstoke, amidst the chaos of World War I, the 5th Battalion Connaught Rangers prepared to embark on a journey that would forever etch their names in history. Little did they know that their path would intersect with an iconic event known as Gallipoli. As the ANZAC Preview Australian Light Horse joined forces, a bond was formed between nations across oceans. Their shared determination and resilience echoed through the trenches, forging an unbreakable camaraderie. Amongst those who left their mark on this historic battleground was Kemal Ataturk - a name synonymous with leadership during World War One. His strategic brilliance played a pivotal role in shaping the outcome of Gallipoli. Anzac Cove became both witness and participant in another chapter of history during World War II when it served as a crucial landing point for supplies. The Dardanelles witnessed countless brave souls risking everything to ensure provisions reached those fighting for freedom. Amidst this backdrop emerged an awe-inspiring sight - 5000 Poppies blooming against all odds. These vibrant symbols paid tribute to fallen heroes, reminding us all of their sacrifice and unwavering spirit. Yet even these poignant tributes faced adversity at first, rejected by the inventions board but ultimately finding solace within hearts around the world. They stand tall today as reminders that perseverance can overcome any obstacle. Lord Kitchener himself stood shoulder-to-shoulder with British troops at Gallipoli, witnessing firsthand both triumphs and tragedies unfold before his eyes. His presence symbolized unwavering support from higher ranks for those on the front lines. ANZAC Day brought Perth together in solemn remembrance each year – honoring not only those lost at Gallipoli but also paying homage to every soldier who fought valiantly throughout history's darkest hours. And so, the legacy lives on.