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What happened to the dead or wounded ANZAC soldiers at Gallipoli?


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Limited medical care would be given on the Gallipoli Peninsula and medical cases were evacuated for further treatment to Hospital ships moored off Anzac Cove. The dead were buried on the peninsula; their bodies were commonly unearthed and blown apart by artillery shells.

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