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ALifeboat carrying unidentified men of the 1st Divisional Signal Company, 25 April 1915. A02781

Lifeboat carrying men of the Divisional Signal Company at Gallipoli, 25 April 1915

Lest We Forget

What on earth is Anzac day? Learn thesignificance about Anzac day in the life of Australian and New Zealander. A fantastic untold story of war and dedication of these soldiers is dictated here.

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Anzac Cove and Gallipoli: then and now – interactive

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Supposedly the first Turkish prisoner taken at Anzac resting on the deck of the transportship " Galeka".

THE GALLIPOLI CAMPAIGN, APRIL 1915-JANUARY 1916 - Men of the 1st Australian Division in charge of a working party of Turkish prisoners at the Ancac Cove

Q Men of the Australian Division in charge of a working party of Turkish prisoners at the Ancac Cove

Unknown Australian Official Photographer, 17-30 November 1916. First World War, Flesselles, Western Front (France)... In billets at Flesselles. A member of the Australian 2nd Battalion "carrying on" with his correspondence.

Unknown Australian Official Photographer, November First World War, Flesselles, Western Front (France). In billets at Flesselles. A member of the Australian Battalion "carrying on" with his correspondence.

WA's own slice of ANZAC history - Albany 1914 departure of Diggers

In November a group of men set off from the small port town of Albany to fight a war on a scale not seen in their lifetime.

Canakkale Battle of Gallipoli ile ilgili görsel sonucu

Canakkale Battle of Gallipoli ile ilgili görsel sonucu

anzac day poster - Great for Author's Purpose

June 1915 - Churchill Speech in Dundee: ‘Through the Dardanelles Lies the Shortest Path to Peace’ Pictured - An Australian recruiting poster, The French government had more or less ceded.

This is one of several photos released today (April 25th, 2013) to commemorate the 98th anniversary of Gallipoli.  Allied troops landing at ANZAC Cove in the Gallipoli Peninsula in 1915.

Ghosts of Gallipoli: Evocative images released on Anzac Day show Allied troops contemplating the ridges they would die in droves failing to capture

Landing: Allied troops at Anzac Cove in the Gallipoli Peninsula in From this point many Anzac forces were sent into battle along the ridges of the area

In the 1930s, after the Battle of Gallipoli, President Ataturk received a letter from the mothers of the fallen ANZAC soldiers requesting permission to visit the graves of their sons. In response he sat down and wrote this poignant letter to the women. Ataturk later used these same words in a speech to the first Australians, New Zealanders and British to visit the Gallipoli battlefields.

President Mustafa Kemal Ataturk in response to a letter from the mothers of the fallen ANZAC soldiers requesting permission to visit the graves of their sons.

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