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On 25th April 1915 the ANZACs landed on the beach at Gallipoli.

Summary

The Cove the Australian Army's home for the profession of arms provides links to some excellent videos about the 1915 Gallipoli Campaign.
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The  GALLIPOLI Campaign 1915. From: Key facts of Gallipoli casualties (sbs.com.au)
  • Australia: 50,000 served in Gallipoli campaign, 5482 killed in action, 2012 died of wounds, 665 died of disease, total deaths 8159, 17,924 wounded, 70 prisoners of war.
  • New Zealand: 8556 served, 2721 died, 4752 wounded, total casualties 7473.
  • Britain: 410,000 served, 41,148 killed, 78,000 wounded, total casualties 119,148.
  • India: 5000 served, 1350 died, 2700 wounded, total casualties 4050.
  • Newfoundland: 1000 served, 49 killed, 300 wounded, 349 total casualties.
  • France: 79,000 served, 9789 killed, 17,371 wounded, total casualties 27,169.
  • Turkey: estimated 85,000 dead, 250,000 casualties.
  • (Source Australian War Memorial, Bully Beef and Balderdash by Graham Wilson).

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