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    Landing a Big Gun in Gallipoli: A Photograph of a Colossal "Tug of War" up the Beach at Cape Helles

    Illustrated London News | Published: 19 Jun 1915 | Issue #3974

    ...DIVISION HAULING A HEAVY PRCED MNOFTE QEE LIAET”AN HENVA IVSONHULN GUN ASHORE ON THE GALLIPOLI PENINSULA. How heavy a task is the dsembarkation of hie ons may ho oakthn-d . 0. …….. .– – – – – – – How heavy a task is the disembarkation of big...
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    With the French at the Dardanelles: On Gallipoli Battlefields

    Illustrated London News | Published: 7 Aug 1915 | Issue #3981

    ;mj WHAT A GUN HAS LEFT BEHIND IT. EMPTY SHELL- CASES. C:I FRENCH TROOPS IN GALLIPOLI: A REGIMENT REVIEWED. EVIDENCE OF WAR SEDD-UL BAHR CASTLE AND BEACH. WHERE SIGNS OF THE LANDING ARE STILL VISIBLE ONE OF THE FAMOUS BEACHES. I,,...
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    The Dardanelles and Gallipoli Seen from an Allied Aeroplane: Remarkable and Exclusive Photographs

    Illustrated London News | Published: 26 Jun 1915 | Issue #3975

    ...______ IllI WN 0 TH ASIATIC I THE FRENCH AND BRI COMMANDERS IN GALLIPOLI : GENE. UD ON THE LEFT) AND SIR TON. fs dI ii hk ·1 if ‘t ý ” N ý ýlr6 ‘ti ~~~ • t I A LAN AERIAL VIEW...
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    The Gallipoli Landing: The "River Clyde" and "Implacable"

    Illustrated London News | Published: 22 May 1915 | Issue #3970

    ...TO COVER THE TROOPS THE LANCASHIRE FUSILIERS LANDING ON THE GALLIPOLI PENINSULA. In the early hours of Sunday, April 25, British troops were landed at five different beaches round the southern end of the Gallipoli Peninsula. The upper drawing shows what Mr. Ashmead-Bartlett calls ” the most terrible...
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    After the Landing Which the Enemy Thought Impossible: British Troops in Action in the Impregnable" Gallipoli Peninsla

    Illustrated London News | Published: 22 May 1915 | Issue #3970

    The Turks and Germans, it is said, were convinced that the Gallipoli Peninsula was impregnable and that no enemy could possibly land on any of the beaches. The officer from whose sketch this drawing was made writes: “It shows our soldiers in action on the Gallipoli Peninsula yesterday (A:ril...
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    The "Triumph" Torpedoed off Gallipoli: Phases of the Disaster

    Illustrated London News | Published: 12 Jun 1915 | Issue #3973

    ...BY TO RENDER ASSISTANCE. 12 26 P.M. ‘A NEARLY ON HER BEAM-ENDS. HER RED BOTTOM SHOWED UP VERY CONSPICUOUSLY. 12.28 P.M. The Admiralty announced on May 26 : ” While operating yesterday in support of the Australian and New Zealand forces on shore on the Gallipoli...
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    Gaba Tepe Beach: The Australasian Base at Gallipoli

    Illustrated London News | Published: 7 Aug 1915 | Issue #3981

    ...Beach, where the Australasians so heroically made good their footing on the Gallipoli Peninsula, in April, is shown on the official map as the most easterly of the points at which the troops of Sir Ian Hamilton’s Expeditionary Army landed. It has now been made, as our photographs above show...
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    The Heroic Gallipoli Landings: Transports and Captured Guns

    Illustrated London News | Published: 29 May 1915 | Issue #3971

    ” It is only by visiting the ground,” writes an official correspondent of the landing an the Gallipoli Peninsula, ” that you can realise what a wonderful feat of arms was accomplished there on that historic Sunday, April 25. We now come to the most terrible of all the...
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    Armoured Cars to the Front in Gallipoli: The Royal Naval Air Service Land Fleet Coming into Action

    Illustrated London News | Published: 24 Jul 1915 | Issue #3979

    .... . .. The tact that British armoured cars have been used against the Turks in Gallipoli has been mentioned in several accounts of the fighting. It was the very action here illustrated which was described in a Reuter despatch published recently in the daily Press, giving an...
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    The Storming of the Gallipoli Cliffs: A Magnificent Exploit

    Illustrated London News | Published: 3 Jul 1915 | Issue #3976

    -” r I:- *1>4A – b – I P .4xJ * V :l rc -4 rscr -,~:;”~ #4 -tt~P~~ AUSTRALIAN~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ AND· NE ELN ADESCERN H A TG EE H EDCDS HC AEGD H RYSEOIG C· ,.’. .. .. i – ‘ –...
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    The French in Gallipoli: Honouring an Exploit and Brave Dead

    Illustrated London News | Published: 26 Jun 1915 | Issue #3975

    V..r IN HONOUR OF A BRILLIANT ‘Ul 1 ‘-I)1:- 1.! I. BY FRENCH AND SENEGALESE, AND OF A HEROIC FRENCH SERGEANT: A REVIEW OF THE 6TH COLONIAL REGIMENT BY GENERAL GOURAUD. i ONE OF FRANJCE’S 20,000 FIGHTING PRIESTS. MOBILISED AS A STRETCHER-BEARER, CONDUCTING A FUNERAL SERVICE:...
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    From Gallipoli to Cameroon: Two of Our Seven Campaigns

    Illustrated London News | Published: 19 Jun 1915 | Issue #3974

    TTTTK – ir ± ,4Yc I-“‘.^_,t ‘. y p,` “‘ ” ý.._”ýb .” ý” f THE ALLI- I N OF T Y T , B T I N THE ALLIES’ INVASION OF TURKEY: THE SCENE OF THE THREE-DAYS’ BATTLE IN CALLIPOLI. REAR ICRITHIA AND ACHI AR...
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    The Fighting in the Gallipoli Peninsula—Krithia and Gaba Tepe: Land Operations Seen from the Water

    Illustrated London News | Published: 5 Jun 1915 | Issue #3972

    LARDlNG PLACE OF BNIST SOUTPYrNrHSnT L’SHI4I ‘C EN7RANCI OBSERVATION BALLOON TARS HERE SIGNALLING TREES BUSHES GUN POSITIONS AEROPLANE ENEMI IN FORCE ^N TRIS RIDG E TROOPS BY SAR’sPO. OF — ‘O STrfAS AT SrA EFFECT OF SHELLS EHlVN TS EC,*GlS ShLt. EE~:L USHEýL RECONNOITRES BUN1BARDEE I, Sý+SE. EL...
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    At the Dardanelles: Successes and Mishaps

    Illustrated London News | Published: 5 Jun 1915 | Issue #3972

    I ISSISIIIFDi AND SUiNK BY AN LNEMY SUBMARINE OFF GALLIPOLI ON MAY II M S TRIUMPH ” TORPEDOED AND SUNK BY AN ENEMY SUBMARINE OFF GALLIPOLI ON MAY 27: H.M.S. “MAJESTIC.” `-~·– ·——-~~’`~`~ I ~I·'”‘-~~* 4 A GALLIPO I RELIC OF THE TURCO-ITALIAN WAR OF...
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    The Sinking of the "Majestic": A Seven-Minutes' Sea Tragedy

    Illustrated London News | Published: 26 Jun 1915 | Issue #3975

    – _ —- THE LAST OF A BRITISH BATTLE-SHIP : THE “MAJESTIC” SUNK OFF S GALLIPOLI WITH ONLY HER BOWS AND RAM SHOWING ABOVE WATER. “NEARLY ALL THE OFFICERS AND MEN WERE SAVED SURVIVORS OF THE “MAJESTIC,” ON A FRENCH TORPEDO-BOAT AT MUDROS, ANSWERING LHEER’...
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    A Masterpiece of Organisation, Ingenuity, Courage: Australians and New Zealanders at Gaba Tepe

    Illustrated London News | Published: 22 May 1915 | Issue #3970

    low” o, y : lp ý.ýY yr ý p rý V .t ý f”A – y -. will ESTABLISHED ON THE “‘IMPREGNABLE” GALLIPOLI PENINSULA: THE GREAT LANDING OF TROOPS AND SUPPLIES AT GABA TEPE; AND A RED CROSS STATION FOR WOUNDED. In his recent statement in the...
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    Dardanelles Heroes: Australians; and a Transport's Rescuer

    Illustrated London News | Published: 29 May 1915 | Issue #3971

    MEN WHO DISPLAYED MAGNIFICENT HEROISM IN THEIR LANDING ON THE GALLIPOLI PENINSULA : AUSTRALIANS IN CAMP. N’ , I A REMARKABLE PHOTOGRAPH OF A BRITISH WAR-SHIP WHICH TOOK PART IN RESCUING A TRANSPORT FROM TURKISH DESTROYERS : H.M.S. “- ” AT THE DARDANELLES. i t....
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    From the Turkish Side: Exclusive Photographs of the Defence of the Dardanelles and Gallipoll

    Illustrated London News | Published: 10 Jul 1915 | Issue #3977

    ...TUNRIS SOLDIERS AT THE FORT OF ICILID BAHI. HIDDEN AMONG BRUSHWOOD AS A PRECAUTION AGAINST AEROPLANE: A TURKISH CAMP ON THE GALLIPOLI PENINHULA. SHOWING DAMAGE DOnE BnY UOMANREr: A STREET DI CHAEAK ON THE ASICl IDE OP THE NARROWa OPPOSITE ILID BAR. I::. T...
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    With the Army's "Father and Mother": The Dardanelles Leader

    Illustrated London News | Published: 7 Aug 1915 | Issue #3981

    : ;~ ‘-( / i~ ~~44 ý-11 – 5 4-r . – r:~~- -^~” i.’t:~~ zi I 4 *”5″·L~; MAKING~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ A REONISNE GEEA I A AITNAOR ADSRYR General Sir Ian Hamilton, in command of the Dardanelles Expeditionary Force, was a spectator-before the great landing on the Gallipoli...
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    Firing across Gallioli Peninsula: Attacking the Narrows

    Illustrated London News | Published: 13 Mar 1915 | Issue #3960

    GULF OF SAROB AQUEEN ELIZABETH ATTACKED FORTK U g BA ANDV BY INDIRECT FIRE ACROSS THE r ,p. ” _ý GALLIPOLI PENINSULA FIRING AT 1,000 5YD. (I MILES) MARCH 7 FORT sFORT ~- NACARA A AABDO PT. CASA TEBEn t , A F… KALES.,z – – Mar 1 CHAM...