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Australian troops climb from a transport ship by rope ladders for the landing at Anzac Cove, 6am April 25, 1915. Picture: Harold Barker




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Part of the 4th Battalion and the mules for the 26th (Jacob's) Indian Mountain Battery landing at 8am, April 25, 1915. Picture: A. Joyner




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Australian artillerymen dragging guns into position after the landing at Anzac. Picture: Charles Bean, April 25 1915





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Australian troops going into action across Plugge's Plateau under fire from the other side of Shrapnel Valley. Picture: Charles Bean, April 1915
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Steele's Post at Anzac, showing dugouts on the seaward slopes held by a detachment of the 1st Australian Battalion. Picture: Charles Bean, May 3, 1915




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Private John Simpson, of the 3rd Australian Field Ambulance, and his donkey (possibly named Murphy) assisting a wounded soldier, May 1915. Simpson was killed near Bloody Angle on 19 May 1915 by machinegun fire. Picture: J. O'Brien




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The Chief of Staff to the commander of the Australian Imperial Force, at the entrance of his dugout at Gallipoli, May 1915. Picture: Australian War Memorial




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A 9th Battery 18-pound field gun in action during a Turkish attack on McCay's Hill, May 19, 1915. Picture: Alexander Arthur (Snow) Evans. Lent by Colonel Riggall, DSO




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Troops bathing at ANZAC beach, Gallipoli. Picture: Phillip Schuler, 1915




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Aerial view of Gallipoli Peninsula. Picture: Australian War Memorial, 1915
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Burying Australian and Turkish dead during the temporary nine-hour armistice at Gallipoli , May 24, 1915. Picture: Charles Ryan, donated by J. L. Tedder




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Burying Australian and Turkish dead at Gallipoli after a million rounds were fired during one day of fighting, leaving thousands rotting on the battlefield and prompting a temporary armistice on May 24, 1915. Picture: Australian War Memorial




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Support troops belonging to the 4th Australian Infantry Brigade, waiting behind Quinn's Post after it was retaken. Picture: Charles Bean, May 29, 1915




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Court martial of a New Zealand Private at Gallipolli on July 18 1915 after the man - who had been sick in hospital with dysentery - fell asleep while on sentry duty. Picture: Charles Shore, 18 July 1915





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Hand-tinted colour print of Anzac Cove looking north towards New Zealand Point. Picture: Walter Dexter, 1915, donated by R. French
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Looking up Rest Gully, the troops of the 6th Brigade relax the morning after their arrival. They would shortly be preparing for the Battle of Lone Pine. Picture: Australian War Memorial, August 1915




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Men of the 3rd Battalion waiting to go into the trenches for the ANZAC assault on Lone Pine. Picture: Charles Bean, August 6, 1915




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Men of the 1st Australian Light Horse Regiment taking over new dugouts near No. 1 Outpost, on the left of Walker's Ridge, 1915. Picture: Unknown, lent by Reverend E. N. Merrington




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Soldiers sit beside a pile of empty tins cutting up barbed wire to make jam tin bombs. Picture: Ernest Brooks, 1915




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7th Battalion men standing at a bomb stop at the old Turkish firing line in Lone Pine, August 9, 1915. Picture: Unknown, lent by Major H. Jacobs
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A group of infantrymen and light horsemen in a trench on the Gallipoli Peninsula - including a father and son. Picture: Unknown, donated by H. V. Woods




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A sniping pair in a front line trench with the observer looking through a periscope August 1915. Picture: Unknown, donated by: T. Yeomans




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A trench at Lone Pine after the battle, showing Australian and Turkish dead on the parapet. Captain Leslie Morshead, who later became later Lieutenant General Sir Leslie Morshead, stands in the peaked cap looking upwards. Picture: Phillip Schuler, 1915




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The 21st Battalion marching up Monash Gully after arriving at Gallipoli September 8, 1915. Picture: Unknown, lent by Captain Brown, MC




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Evacuation of wounded from Anzac Cove on barges. Picture: Unknown, lent by Reverend E. N. Merrington
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Turkish shell bursts among the stores of the 1st Royal Australian Naval Bridging Train, Suvla, Gallipoli, September 1915. Picture: Australian War Memorial, donated B. Bracegirdle




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Officers on Brighton Beach just before the ANZAC evacuation, December 16, 1915. Picture: A. Martyn, donated F.T. Small




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A game of cricket on Shell Green at Gallipoli with shells passing overhead in an attempt to distract the Turks from the imminent departure of allied troops. Picture: Charles Bean, December 17, 1915




[img]Loading guns and troops during the first stage of the evacuation, December 1915. Picture: Unknown, lent by Commander L. C. Bracegirdle[/img]



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Stores burning at Anzac Cove, taken from an unidentified battleship in the early morning just after the evacuation. Picture: British Official Photograph, December 1915


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5th Australian Light Horse on alert in a section of the bridgehead at Transjordan, Palestine, April 1918. Picture: Australian War Memorial




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Australian troops leaving their trench for an attack in France about November 1917. It is one of a number of images used to create a composite photograph that became famous as "Over the top" exhibited in London between May and September 1918. Picture: Frank Hurley
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