What were the living conditions like in Gallipoli in WW1?

Gallipoli was the Turkish peninsula where a protracted campaign was waged by the ANZACs (Australia and New Zealand Army Corps) during World War I. Living conditions at Gallipoli were very hard. Winter months meant freezing cold temperatures which brought with them many illnesses and frostbite. Summer months were extremely hot and humid, and the soldiers encountered biting insects. The overall conditions were very unsanitary, with men dying in the trenches.