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Dardanelles and Gallipoli campaign showing Gallipoli landings at Anzac cove, 25th April 1915. Britihsh, Australian and New Zealand   troops including the Lancashire regiment are shown in First World War military prints. To purchase any of these military art prints use our secure ordering facility.

Gallipoli Campaign February 1915 to January 1916.  Instigated by Winston Churchill, this failed campaign, fought mainly between the  British ,Australian and New Zealand (Anzac) forces who suffered heavy losses (total allied casualties 36,000 troops) against the Turkish forces defending the Dardanelle's. The reason for the campaign was to force their way through the Dardanelle's to link up with Russia.

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Line of Fire - Gallipoli 1915


Line of Fire - Gallipoli 1915

The story of the ill-starred Allied campaign in the Dardenelles that was supposed to knock Turkey out of World War One. It was the brain-child of Winston Churchill, who convinced Allied High Command that an attack at Gallipoli would also open up vital supply lines to Russia and establish a third front against Austria-Hungary. Gallipoli has become a by-word for the bravery and sacrifice of the ANZACS - the Australian and New Zealand troops who fought and died during the ten month campaign that saw an estimated 36,000 Commonwealth troops lose their lives before the ignominious Allied withdrawal in January 1916. It was not only Turkish shot and shell at infamous places such Anzac Cove and Suvla Bay that claimed so many lives, but also those other traditional hidden enemies of the soldier - sickness and disease.
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Captain Willis Heading a Charge by a Landing Party Through Wire Entanglements and Under Heavy Fire Near Cape Helles.


Captain Willis Heading a Charge by a Landing Party Through Wire Entanglements and Under Heavy Fire Near Cape Helles.

As the Lancashire Fusiliers landed on the shores of the Gallipoli Peninsula on April 25th 1915, at a point west of Cape Helles, a deadly fire assailed them from hidden machine guns. Many of the men fell, but the survivors, with undaunted courage, rushed up and cut the wire entanglements. The difficulties of the attack were supreme, but Captain Richard Raymond Willis, Sergeant Richards and Private Keneally, of the 1st Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers, performed signal acts of bravery and devotion to duty. The cliffs were at length gained, and the position was maintained while the conspicuous gallantry of Captain Willis was rewarded with the V.C.
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Gallipoli by Charles Dixon.


Gallipoli by Charles Dixon.

Although a very brown picture, it shows the Lancashire Regiment, coming of the beaches during the Gallipoli Campaign.
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Midshipman Malleson Jumping With a Line From A Barge to Link up Another Barge Which Was Drifting.


Midshipman Malleson Jumping With a Line From A Barge to Link up Another Barge Which Was Drifting.

Lieutenant Morse and Midshipman Drewry were on board the barge, which lay nearest to the shore when a shot severed the rope by which the barges were lashed, again setting them adrift. Midshipman Drewry was hit in the head by a fragment of shell, but hastily binding his wound he jumped overboard with a fresh line. For the second time the rope proved too short, whereupon Midshipman Wilfred Malleson threw himself over the side and made fast the drifting barges. Once more the line was broken, and though Malleson made two further gallant efforts to carry a rope he was unsuccessful. He was however, rewarded with the V.C. for his great gallantry.
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Private Skinner And A Comrade Crawling From Their Trench At Chunk Bair To Extinguish A Strange Light.


Private Skinner And A Comrade Crawling From Their Trench At Chunk Bair To Extinguish A Strange Light.

Towards dawn on the morning of August 9th 1915, Private Henry Devenish Skinner, of the 14th South Otago Regiment, N.Z.R., saw from his trench at Chunuk Bair, Gallipoli Peninsula, a light burning a short way in front. Thinking that it might possibly attract the enemys fire, he passed word along the trench that he was going out to extinguish it, and taking with him a friend named Levett, he crawled out of the trench. As they came near the light the two men saw to their astonishment that it came from a dead man whose body was burning, and from which there rose a small flame.
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An Early Incident Before The Occasion On Which Captain Shout Won The V.C.


An Early Incident Before The Occasion On Which Captain Shout Won The V.C.

After nearly three complete days of fighting in the Lone Pine trenches, during the longest and fiercest hand-to-hand struggle which had yet occurred in the Peninsula, the Turks still held a big communication trench winding almost directly to the point which was at first chosen for the headquarters. While Brigadier Smythe was standing outside the office the Turks had come up the trench, marching calmly three abreast, round the last elbow into the full view of some who were standing with the headquarters party. Only a low barricade, breast high, separated them, Lieutenant Howell Price, subsequently commanding the 3rd Battalion, shot two with his revolver.
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Lance-Corporal M. Parker Holding Turks At Bay In A Mine Gallery.


Lance-Corporal M. Parker Holding Turks At Bay In A Mine Gallery.

The emergency in which Lance- Corporal Parker, of the 5th Kings Own Scottish Borderers, proved his prowess was as unexpected as formidable. Parker and his men was on the Gallipoli Peninsula on the 14th September 1915, constructing under the Turkish trenches a mine gallery, which suddenly broke into a hostile gallery. A weird subterranean contest then began. Parker held off the Turks with his rifle though they fired on him and threw bombs at him. Then he was driven out by fumes, but returned and filled up the breach so that a charge might be laid and the enemy's works destroyed. He was awarded the D.C.M.
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Second Lieutenant Dallas-Moor Rallies A Detachment Which Had Momentarily Broken Before A Furious Turkish Assault.


Second Lieutenant Dallas-Moor Rallies A Detachment Which Had Momentarily Broken Before A Furious Turkish Assault.

The Allies made a third great attempt to capture the heights of Achi Baba and Krithia on June 4th 1915, and after a hard struggle an advance was made of abut five hundred yards on a front of three miles, and two lines of Turkish trenches were occupied. On June 5th the Turks made a furious assault on the British, and a detachment of a battalion, whose officers had fallen, broke for a moment and began to retire. Realizing the danger to the rest of the line, Second-Lieutenant George Raymond Dallas-Moor, of the 3rd Battalion The Hampshire Regiment, who was about two hundred yards away on the left, dashed back and rallied the men. He then led them forward and recaptured the lost trench. Lieutenant Dallas-Moor only joined the army in October of 1914, but his bravery and presence of mind on this occasion saved a dangerous situation. He was awarded the V.C.
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Victoria Cross Winners, W Beach Lancashire Landing.  Gallipoli, 25th April 1915 by Stuart Liptrot.


Victoria Cross Winners, W Beach Lancashire Landing. Gallipoli, 25th April 1915 by Stuart Liptrot.

Individuals shown: Captain Richard R Willis, Captain Cuthbert Bromley, Sergeant Frank E Stubbs, Lance Corporal John E Grimshaw, Private William S Keneally and Sergeant Alfred J Richards.
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Piper McLennan advancing in an attack at Gallipoli and playing his pipes to encourage the men.


Piper McLennan advancing in an attack at Gallipoli and playing his pipes to encourage the men.

On July 21st 1915, a Turkish was captured at Gallipoli. To the great encouragement of the men, Piper K. McLennan, of the 1/7th (Blythswood) Battalion, highland Light Infantry, advanced with the attacking line, playing his pipes. During the attack a shrapnel shell burst close to him, shattering his pipes, but with great courage and coolness, he began to tend and dress the wound. His conspicuous gallantry was rewarded with the D.C.M.
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Gallipoli - Courtneys Trench by Jason Askew.


Gallipoli - Courtneys Trench by Jason Askew.

Australian VC winner-Private Albert Jacka, 14th battalion. He killed nine Turks who had bombed and infiltrated an Australian trench at Courtneys post during the great Turkish assault on 19th May.
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Lieutenant Philips Rushing Out Under Heavy Fire from The British Trenches At Suvla Bay To Rescue A Wounded Officer.


Lieutenant Philips Rushing Out Under Heavy Fire from The British Trenches At Suvla Bay To Rescue A Wounded Officer.

Seeing an officer, Captain Shenston of the 1/7th Essex Regiment, lying wounded about seventy yards from the British trenches at Suvla Bay on August 14th 1915, Lieutenant C. A. Phillips, who was in charge of a machine gun section of the 1/4th Welsh Regiment, and Staff-Sergeant Grundy ran out a great risk to themselves to assist the wounded officer. They had brought him safely into the British lines when they noticed a wounded comrade, who lay not far from the trenches, appealing for water. They went out again twice, and each time returned with the wounded unscathed to the trenches. Lieutenant Phillips was rewarded by promotion on the field to captain, and subsequently with the M.C. Staff-Sergeant Grundy was rewarded with the D.C.M.
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Corporal Allpress Telephoning Observations To His Battery Though Alone And Surrounded By The Enemys.


Corporal Allpress Telephoning Observations To His Battery Though Alone And Surrounded By The Enemys.

During the night of May 1st 1915, the Turks in one great onslaught rushed the first and second line trenches of the Allies in an effort to drive them from the Gallipoli Peninsula. At a forward observation point in the front-line trench at Stone Ridge, Krithis, Corporal Allpress of the Royal horse Artillery, was acting as observer whilst a comrade telephoned his observations to the battery. They shot dead with their revolvers three of the enemy who attempted to cross where they were stationed, but soon afterwards the comrade of Allpress was killed. Allpress however, continued to do the doubt duty of observer and operator till a successful counter-attack was made in the following night. For his great courage and devotion to duty Corporal Allpress was awarded the D.C.M.
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Private Lavin Grappling With A Turkish Bomber In A British Sap At Suvla Bay, Gallipoli.


Private Lavin Grappling With A Turkish Bomber In A British Sap At Suvla Bay, Gallipoli.

While on patrol duty in front of the British lines at Suvla Bay, Gallipoli on the night of November 9th 1915. Private James Lavin of the 15th Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers saw a Turkish bomber creep into a British sap. Lavin at once crawled from the tree behind which he was taking cover to the sap. As he entered he heard the Turk loading his rifle, and while advancing, Lavin accidentally kicked over an empty tin. The Turk instantly turned and fired point blank at him, but fortunately missed the mark. Throwing down his rifle, Lavin grappled with his enemy, and having wrenched the rifle out of his hands, he drove the Turks at the point of the bayonet towards the British lines. His cool and courageous conduct was rewarded with the D.C.M.
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Scorched Earth - Gallipoli 1915


Scorched Earth - Gallipoli 1915

In a war infamous for its military disasters, there are few greater debacles than Gallipoli. Ill-conceived, poorly-planned and dogged by misfortune, the offensive which was supposed to knock Turkey out of the Great War soon subsided into a bloody stalemate. The resulting loss of life at notorious places such as Anzac Cove and Suvla Bay are written large in military folklore. Gallipoli 1915 The Bloody Peninsula features fascinating rarely seen battle footage and haunting photographic images. With dramatised eye-witness accounts, footage of the beaches and coves of Gallipoli today, and expert comment and analysis, this programme tells the story of one of the crucial offensives of World War One. Narrated by Mike Leighton.
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The Tenth (Irish) Division in Gallipoli by Maj Bryan Cooper.  (1918)


The Tenth (Irish) Division in Gallipoli by Maj Bryan Cooper. (1918)

The story of the division from the formation in Ireland in August 1914 to departure from Gallipoli for Macedonia in October 1915.
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Captain Barber Surprising a Turkish Sentry in a Hostile Listening Tunnel.


Captain Barber Surprising a Turkish Sentry in a Hostile Listening Tunnel.

An opening having been driven into a hostile listening tunnel, Captain Charles Stanley Barber, of the 3rd Field Company Australian Engineers, crawled through with a few men on hands and knees. Captain Barber then surprised the Turkish sentry, and by barricading a large portion of the tunnel, considerably strengthened the advanced post. He was awarded the M.C. for conspicuous gallantry.
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The Making of a Legend, The Landing at Anzac Cove by Lambert.


The Making of a Legend, The Landing at Anzac Cove by Lambert.

Landing at dawn on 25th April 1915 about 8,000 Anzacs fought their way off the narrow, stony beach. They moved upwards and inland through treacherous terrain and fierce concentrated fire from entrenched and well prepared Turkish positions. By evening they had gained some 2,000 metres and each side lost about 2,000 men. After 8 months of fighting the troops were withdrawn. Both the Allies and Turks had committed some 500,000 men each to the ill fated Dardanelles campaign. The Anzacs had lost 10,000 killed and 26,000 wounded.
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Bombardier Nelson Working A Field Gun Single Handed And Under Heavy Fire.


Bombardier Nelson Working A Field Gun Single Handed And Under Heavy Fire.

An attack from Cape Helles, on the shores of the Dardanelles, was begun on August 6th 1915, in support of movements on the Gallipolis Peninsula. When every other man attached to one of the field guns had been killed or wounded during the fighting on May 9th, Bombardier J. L. Nelson, of the 4th Highland (Mountain) Brigade, Royal Garrison Artillery, continued with the greatest courage to work the gun although the enemy were directing a deadly fire on to the British at close range. The services of Bombardier Nelson were of the utmost value at a critical period, and he was most deservedly rewarded with the D.C.M.
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Bombardier Cook Taking Live Shells out of a Blazing Ammunition Wagon.


Bombardier Cook Taking Live Shells out of a Blazing Ammunition Wagon.

Bombardier C. W. Cook, of the 368th Battery, Royal Artillery, won the D.C.M. for a remarkable example of cool courage and presence of mind at Cape Helles on the Gallipoli Peninsula. On June 28th 1915, the position of his battery was discovered by Turkish observers on the Asiatic shore and was subjected to a severe fire from heavy howitzers. One lucky shot hit the gun on which Cook was working and killed or wounded the whole detachment. A little later the ammunition wagon was set on fire. Bombardier Cook immediately rushed forward to save the ammunition. No one could have blamed him for retiring to a safe distance in such an emergency, but so far from retiring he saved most of the shells from the wagon and also the ammunition stored in the pits instead.
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