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Battle of Passchendaele - WWI

Battle of Passchendaele - WWI

Mustafa Kemal Atatürk (1881 – 10 November 1938) was an army officer, revolutionary statesman, and founder of the Republic of Turkey as well as its first President.

Mustafa Kemal Atatürk (1881 – 10 November 1938) was an army officer, revolutionary statesman, and founder of the Republic of Turkey as well as its first President.

Billy Sing, son of a Chinese father and an English mother, William is best known as a sniper during the Gallipoli Campaign. He took at least 150 (confirmed kills) during that campaign, and may have had over 200 kills in total. When combined with his kills on the Western front his tally stands close to 300 kills. Unfortunately after the war William was never the same, he lived the remainder of his life drifting between droving and mining displaying symptoms of what we now understand to be…

Billy Sing

Billy Sing, son of a Chinese father and an English mother, William is best known as a sniper during the Gallipoli Campaign. He took at least 150 (confirmed kills) during that campaign, and may have had over 200 kills in total. When combined with his kills on the Western front his tally stands close to 300 kills. Unfortunately after the war William was never the same, he lived the remainder of his life drifting between droving and mining displaying symptoms of what we now understand to be…

An Australian bringing in a wounded comrade to hospital. Dardanelles Campaign, ca. 1915. | Location: Gallipoli Penninsula, Turkey.

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Australia 1965 SG 373 ANZAC Gallipoli Landing Fine Mint SG 373 Scott 385 Condition Fine MNH Only one post charge applied on multipule purchases

Australia 1965 SG 373 ANZAC Gallipoli Landing Fine Mint

Australia 1965 SG 373 ANZAC Gallipoli Landing Fine Mint SG 373 Scott 385 Condition: Fine MNH Only one post charge applied on multiple purchases Details: N.B. With over 100.000 stamps listed world wide it is not possible to send the item shown in the image. It is representative not specific! We will always send one of equal or better quality. We always try to give accurate descriptions of the items. However, errors can occur! In such case we offer a full refund on receipt of the item…

At Sydney (Kingsford Smith) Airport, an unidentified young Australian soldier and his wife say goodbye to each other as he is about to board a Qantas flight to South Vietnam. c February 1967.

At Sydney (Kingsford Smith) Airport, an unidentified young Australian soldier and his wife say ...

Memorial Cross at Gallipoli- This photo is of a memorial cross for the non Commissioned Officers and men of the 1st Field Company Australian Engineers who were killed or wounded in action on the Gallipoli Peninsula.

Tombstone Tuesday - 2013 Trans Tasman ANZAC Day Blog Challenge - Alexander Joseph McDonald

Memorial Cross for members of 1st Field Company Australian Engineers - Gallipoli This month I am planning to post a number of blogs about the members of our family who have participated in military conflicts as part of the 2013 Trans Tasman ANZAC Day Blog Challenge. This photo is of a memorial cross for the non Commissioned Officers and men of the 1st Field Company Australian Engineers who were killed or wounded in action on the Gallipoli Peninsula. This memorial was erected in the cemetery…

ANZAC Day - 25th April...this photo is amazing...really gives the feel of ANZAC Day.

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ANZAC Day - 25th April...this photo is amazing...really gives the feel of ANZAC Day.

Barnard Beechey 1st of the brothers to die in battle. Sept 1915

Barnard Beechey 1st of the brothers to die in battle. Sept 1915

There are no words to describe their sacrifice. Their courageous determination allow us to live in freedom. I simply give thanks. I love my life and owe it to our brave ANZAC diggers.

There are no words to describe their sacrifice. Their courageous determination allow us to live in freedom. I simply give thanks. I love my life and owe it to our brave ANZAC diggers.

Graves near a bivouac, Gallipoli peninsula, Turkey

Graves near a bivouac, Gallipoli peninsula, Turkey | National Library of New Zealand

Graves of E R Cripp and F Coates, from the Wellington Mounted Rifles, at Gallipoli peninsula, Turkey, photographed by Sergeant James Cornelius Read...