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Lieutenant (The Hon.) Kenneth Robert Dundas, Anson Battalion, Royal Naval Division, Gallipoli. Photographed after 4 June 1915. Dundas was later killed in action 7 August 1915.

Lieutenant (The Hon.) Kenneth Robert Dundas, Anson Battalion, Royal Naval Division, Gallipoli. Photographed after 4 June 1915. Dundas was later killed in action 7 August 1915.

An ANZAC road-making party, and a number of men of several units with a fatigue party

An ANZAC road-making party, and a number of men of several units with a fatigue party

577 Private Henry Marshall, a professional photographer before the war, who recorded his experience with a pocket camera. Henry served at Gallipoli with the 1st Battalion AIF from the landing on 25th of April 1915 until he died of wounds on 10th June 1915 aboard the hospital ship ‘Sicilla’ and was buried at sea. He is commemorated on the Lone Pine Memorial, Gallipoli Peninsula. His photos are preserved at the Mitchell Library, State Library of Nw South Wales.

577 Private Henry Marshall, a professional photographer before the war, who recorded his experience with a pocket camera. Henry served at Gallipoli with the 1st Battalion AIF from the landing on 25th of April 1915 until he died of wounds on 10th June 1915 aboard the hospital ship ‘Sicilla’ and was buried at sea. He is commemorated on the Lone Pine Memorial, Gallipoli Peninsula. His photos are preserved at the Mitchell Library, State Library of Nw South Wales.

Men of the Australian Army Medical Corps playing football in the evening.

Men of the Australian Army Medical Corps playing football in the evening.

Gallipoli Peninsula, Turkey. December 1915. It was believed for a long time that a Turkish sniper was located in the crevice in the Sphinx's head and heavy fire from the Anzacs was directed against it in April 1915. The belief was probably without foundation.

Gallipoli Peninsula, Turkey. December 1915. It was believed for a long time that a Turkish sniper was located in the crevice in the Sphinx's head and heavy fire from the Anzacs was directed against it in April 1915. The belief was probably without foundation.

Photograph of Imen of 1/1 East Lancashire Territorial Force Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps, having a meal. No 2740. From a collection of official photographs of the Dardanelles Expedition, 1915-1916.

Photograph of Imen of 1/1 East Lancashire Territorial Force Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps, having a meal. No 2740. From a collection of official photographs of the Dardanelles Expedition, 1915-1916.

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