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How many British soldiers served at Gallipoli in World War 1?

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Figures like this always vary, but by my estimate gained from many sources, approximately 470,000 British soldiers in 54 Regiments and supporting units served in the Gallipoli Campaign. Of these over 120,000 became casualties. ( dead, wounded or missing )

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Australia: 18.500 wounded and missing - 7,594 killed. New Zealand : 5,150 wounded and missing - 2,431 killed. British Empire (excl. Anzac) : 198,000 wounded and missing - 22,000 killed. France : 23,000 wounded and missing - 27,000 killed. Ottoman Empire (Turkey) : 109,042 wounded and missing - 57,084 killed. Furthermore 1.700 Indians died in Gallipoli, plus an unknown number of Germans, Newfoundlanders and Senegalese.

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