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Stores arriving at Gallipoli

A war stores depot for an Australasian division, on the beach at Galllipoli. The Dardanelles campaign, the aim of which was to overpower Turkey, who had entered the war on Germanys side, was a spectacular failure with the loss of 46, 000 British and Anzac troops

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Anzac Arriving Australasian Campaign Dardanelles Depot Division Entered Failure Gallipoli Germanys Loss Spectacular Stores

15"x10" (37.5x25cm) Poster

Experience history come to life with our exclusive Media Storehouse range of Photographic Prints featuring "Stores Arriving at Gallipoli" by Rights Managed from Mary Evans Prints Online. This powerful image captures the moment of arrival for war stores at the Gallipoli peninsula, a pivotal point in the Dardanelles Campaign during World War I. Witness the determination and resilience of the Australasian division as they unload essential supplies on the beach, marking their commitment to the mission to overpower Turkey, who had joined forces with Germany. Bring this significant piece of history into your home or office and make it a conversation starter. Order your Photographic Print today and relive the past with stunning detail and authenticity.

High-quality poster prints are available in a range of sizes and are printed on 270 gsm semi-glossy silk finish poster paper. An affordable option for decorating any space, they are perfect for fixing straight onto walls. To ensure your poster arrives in good condition, we roll and send them in strong mailing tubes.

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Estimated Image Size (if not cropped) is 37.5cm x 18.8cm (14.8" x 7.4")

Estimated Product Size is 37.5cm x 25cm (14.8" x 9.8")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate

Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with landscape (horizontal) orientation to match the source image.

August 7, 1915: Arrival of Stores at Gallipoli - A Historical Moment of the Dardanelles Campaign This evocative photograph captures the moment when war stores, essential for the sustenance and survival of the Australasian division, were being unloaded from a ship onto the shores of Gallipoli. The Dardanelles Campaign, a crucial part of World War I, aimed to overpower Turkey, who had entered the war on Germany's side in October 1914. The failure of this campaign, which began in April 1915, was nothing short of spectacular. The Allied forces, comprising British, French, and Anzac troops, suffered a devastating loss, with over 46,000 casualties, including 7,000 Australasian and New Zealand soldiers. The image of the stores arriving at Gallipoli serves as a poignant reminder of the logistical challenges faced by the Allied forces during this ill-fated campaign. The 7th War Stores Depot, as seen in the photograph, played a critical role in supplying the troops with the necessary provisions and equipment. The stores, which included ammunition, food, and medical supplies, were transported from the ship to the beach via a makeshift conveyor belt. The soldiers, who are visible in the background, are seen working tirelessly to unload and transport the stores to the depot. This photograph, taken on August 7, 1915, is an important historical document that offers a glimpse into the harsh realities of war. The failure of the Dardanelles Campaign marked a turning point in the war, leading to the eventual withdrawal of the Allied forces from Gallipoli in December 1915. This image serves as a poignant reminder of the sacrifices made by the soldiers and the crucial role played by logistical support in the conduct of military operations.

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