The Gallipoli soldiers' lives and events were recorded from their diaries and letters. There were also several war correspondents who, being skilled in reporting, were able to properly record their observations of the Gallipoli soldiers, their lives and responses.Several of these war correspondents included Ellis Ashmead Bartlett and C.E.W Bean, along with journalists Phillip Schuler of The Age and Charles Patrick Smith of The Argus.
around 25 000 Australians Fought.
The brave soldiers fought in Gallipoli.
The brave soldiers fought in Gallipoli
14,000 new zealand soldiers went to Gallipoli
2,721 New Zealand soldiers died and 4,752 were injured.
5,150 New Zealand's soldiers were wounded or missing in Gallipoli.
The fighting in Gallipoli stopped sometime in November, 1915, but everyone, all the soldiers and such had been completely evacuated by January 8th, 1916.
The battle in Gallipoli, during World War 1, lasted for 9 months. Although the battle ended in 120,000 casualties it held no significance to the war itself.
The soldiers were treated OK during the Battle of Gallipoli. It was a battle and the conditions were bad, but the soldiers were not mistreated by commanders.
the Gallipoli campaign was possibly the worst that soldiers ever served in.
Australian soldiers first arrived in Gallipoli on 25 April 1915. They remained there for about eight months.
The ANZAC soldiers landed on the Gallipoli Peninsula on the Turkish Aegean coast.
The People who fought at Gallipoli were the French British and Australian soldiers
The ANZAC campaign in Gallipoli lasted for eight months.
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2,450 New Zealand soldiers were killed at Gallipoli, and 5,150 recorded as missing or wounded.
Gallipoli was a campaign or battle, a part of the larger World War 1 . Horses and mules were used there, but not in any large significant way. Almost all the soldiers who took part did so as infantry.
the importance and consequences of gallipoli war
what were some of the good experiences of the soldiers at galliploi
The Ottoman Empire.
they thought they had won