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Nisan 4, 2009

s a focal point to enrich the experience of visitors, the Anzac Commemorative Site includes 10 large panels that tell the story of Gallipoli in 1915. Here you can view the photographs, read the text and investigate the history in more detail.

For a more ‘printer friendly’ version, go to the Educational Resources page in the Teaching section.



Panel 1: The Dardanelles

Panel 1

Map of the Gallipoli Peninsula



Panel 2: Landing

Panel 2

Anzac, the landing, 1915 (detail) by George Lambert.
(Australian War Memorial)



Panel 3: Krithia

Panel 3

The Charge of the 2nd Infantry Brigade (Australian) at Krithia (detail)
by Charles Wheeler.
(Australian War Memorial)



Panel 4: Turkish Counter-Attack

Panel 4

A Turkish officer is led blindfolded through the Anzac lines to discuss a truce to bury the Turkish dead after the attack of 19 May 1915.
(Australian War Memorial H03952)



Panel 5: Sick and Wounded

Panel 5

Stretcher bearers carrying wounded at Anzac. The soldier on the left is carrying filled water bottles up to the front line.
(Australian War Memorial C01761)



Panel 6: Lone Pine and the Nek

Panel 6

The Charge of the 3rd Light Horse Brigade at the Nek,
7 August 1915 (detail) by George Lambert.
(Australian War Memorial)



Panel 7: Chunuk Bair

Panel 7

New Zealand soldiers rest in a trench during their assault towards Chunuk Bair on the night of 6 August 1915.
(National Library of New Zealand, F58131)



Panel 8: Evacuation

Panel 8

Williams Pier, North Beach, Gallipoli, December 1915, with the Sphinx in the background. At this time the preparations for the evacuation of the Australian and New Zealand troops from Anzac were well under way. (Australian War Memorial C01621)



Panel 9: Defence of Turkey

Panel 9

Turkish artillery on Gallipoli. (Australian War Memorial A05287)
Inset: Colonel Mustafa Kemal, one of the principal Turkish commanders at Gallipoli later known as Ataturk – "Father of the Turks". He was to become the first President of the Republic of Turkey.
(Australian War Memorial A05319)



Panel 10: Anzac

Panel 10

An Australian officer visits a comrade’s grave on Gallipoli.
(Australian War Memorial G00149)

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  1. Mayıs 28, 2009 2:45 pm

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