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  1. Mudros September 1915 - Nurses Ablutions

    Contemporary sketch of nurse bathing at Mudros on the Island of Lemnos, September 1915, during the assault on Gallipoli.
  2. Retreat from Gallipoli

    The retreat from Gallipoli in December 1915. The picture shows the withdrawal from Gallipoli and shows burning ammunition storages on the beach of Suvla Bay on Dec. 20th, 1915. ANZAC troop numbers had been progressively reduced since Dec. 7th, 1915. Between Dec. 18th and 20th the entire Allied forc
  3. Landing on Gallipoli

    The landing on V Beach, Gallipoli in 1915. The photograph shows the camp of the Australian 2nd Infantry Brigade, the Royal Munster Fisiliers, Royal Dublin Fusiliers and Royal Hampshire Regiment on V Beach, below the Sedd ul-Bahir castle. The landings began on April 25th, 1915 and on the next day th
  4. HMS Cornwallis

    HMS Cornwallis is seen here firing a broadside during the withdrawal from Suvla Bay, Gallipoli peninsula in December 1915. HMS Cornwallis (13.270/15.200 ts) was launched on July 13th, 1901 by Thames Ironworks and Shipbuilding Co., Leamouth, London and commissioned on Febr. 9th, 1904. She participate
  5. Harbours of Puglie in the first half of 1900

    Schooners and brigantines at Gallipoli
  6. Amethyst Dardanelles and Gallipoli

    Built Armstrong, Elswick, laid down January 1903, completed March 1905. Sold for breaking up at Milford Haven,1/10/1920. Displacement: 3000 tons. Speed: 21.75 Knots. Crew 296. Armament: Twelve 4 -inch Guns, Eight 3 pdr guns and Four machine Guns Two 18-inch Torpedo Tubes. At the start of Aug
  7. SPITHEAD

    Motor Barge Spithead 1915 Former X-lighter, converted to sand/ gravel grain carrier. Extensive career mostly for east coast companies like FW Horlocks. Later converted to a dive vessel ? Currently under restoration. Any comments and info very welcome. Photo 2005
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