Soldiers resting in trenches, Gallipoli, 1915. Photographer: Sergeant W A Hampton of the Wellington Infantry Battalion. Reference Number: 1/2-168807-F Cellulose triacetate copy negative Photographic Archive, Alexander Turnbull Library

Soldiers resting in trenches, Gallipoli, Photographer: Sergeant W A Hampton of the Wellington Infantry Battalion. Reference Number: Cellulose triacetate copy negative Photographic Archive, Alexander Turnbull Library (Soliders 'Together in the trenches).

Anzac Day

At the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember them.our anzacs are always in our hearts

Anzac Cove-Gallipoli

Day 2 - Gallipoli Anzac Cove-Gallıpolı "those heroes that shed their blood and lost their lives! you are now lying in the soil of a friendly country therefore rest in peace.

Atatürk, Gallipoli

Gallipoli Mustafa Kemal Atatürk with Ottoman military officers during the Battle of Gallipoli, 1915

The statue of the Australian diigger at the end of Anzac Bridge in Sydney, stands opposite a statue of a New Zealand digger.

An Australian Digger commemorative soldier statue on the western approach to Anzac Bridge - Sydney, NSW

Anzac Day Memorial - For the Australians and New Zealanders who have lost loved ones in Wars throughout history a Dedication.

Anzac Day Memorial - For the Australians and New Zealanders who have lost loved ones in Wars throughout history a Dedication.

The 'Anzac Walk' visits 14 locations on the old Anzac battlefield on the Gallipoli peninsula, Turkey. The main areas the Anzacs held from 25 April to 20 December 1915.

The 'Anzac Walk' visits 14 locations on the old Anzac battlefield on the Gallipoli peninsula, Turkey. The main areas the Anzacs held from 25 April to 20 December

ANZAC troops taunting Turks in Gallipolli 1915.

A Royal Irish Fusilier attempts to draw the fire of a Turkish sniper to reveal his position. Gallipoli, Turkey, History In Pictures.

ANZAC Day - at the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember them

ANZAC Day - at the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember them

6 Aug. 1915. Gallipoli - Lone Pine. 5:30pm, the sun behind them, ANZACs attacked, surprised to find that frontline Turk trenches were concealed by logs and earth. The ploy enabled Turks to fire at the ANZACs at close range. ANZACs, managed to enter the frontline trench through communication trenches using hand-to-hand combat. While the main Turkish trench was taken in half hour, the troops had to endure Turk counterattacks for another 4 days. ANZAC casualties from the battle reached around…

scrapironflotilla: “The bodies of Australian soldiers in and above Southern Trench at Lone Pine. There are many rifles with bayonets attached leaning against the parapet and two survivors of the.

When the shooting had to stop ... Anzacs and Turks work together to bury the dead on May 24, 1915.  Photo: Phillip Schuler. AWM/PS1670

May 1915 Nine Hour Truce to collect & bury dead - Turkish & Australian

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