Pages tagged with: gallipoli campaign

This map below locates places of significance to New Zealand forces during the Gallipoli campaign.
This timeline provides a detailed breakdown of what happened and when during the Gallipoli landings at Anzac Cove on 25 April 1915.
Infographic showing Gallipoli fatal and non-fatal casualties for individual countries and for total Allied and Ottoman forces
This interactive shows the number of New Zealand fatal and non-fatal casualties for each month of the Gallipoli campaign (April-December 1915)
Twenty-five New Zealanders were taken prisoner by the Ottomans during the Gallipoli campaign; 22 during the Sari Bair Offensive alone
NZ infantry uniform worn at the time of the Gallipoli campaign, 1915
A New Zealand Mounted Rifles machine gunner sprints across exposed ground near Hill 60, late August 1915.
Native Contingent soldiers at Outpost No. 1 just before the Sari Bair offensive
Sinking of the French battleship Bouvet in the Dardanelles Straits, March 1915
SS River Clyde at V Beach, Helles
View of Anzac Cove, 1915
British Army issue ration biscuit made by biscuit manufacturers Huntley and Palmers
Field surgery in progress at a Casualty Clearing Station on Gallipoli
Photograph showing the court martial of Private Jack Dunne, Wellington Battalion, at Quinn’s Post, 18 July 1915
Five soldiers from the Auckland Battalion in a support trench at Gaba Tepe, 4 May 1915
Allied troops at Helles make improvised bombs prior to the Third Battle of Krithia, June 1915.
A delayed-action device, commonly called a drip rifle, used by the Anzacs to deceive Ottoman forces during their evacuation from Gallipoli in December 1915
Anzacs return to Gallipoli by picket boat after a rest in Lemnos, November 1915
Gallipoli wounded being discharged from the hospital ship Maheno at Gallipoli
Patients being loaded onto the Maheno from lighters at Anzac Cove, Gallipoli