In January 1916, after huge losses on both sides, the Allies successfully evacuated their soldiers without further casualties. Today, soldiers from both the Ottoman and Allied sides lie close together in separate cemeteries on the Gallipoli peninsula. Pictured, an armoured Rolls Royce
Never-before-seen photographs show horror of doomed Gallipoli landings
After a failed naval attack in February the Allies tried to capture Constantinople via the Gallipoli Peninsula by land assault. Pictured: The old collier ship SS River Clyde ahead of the journey across the Aegon Sea
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Unidentified photographer Military supplies piled up on Anzac Cove, Gallipoli, May 1915 Reference number: 1/2-066281-F Original negative Photographic Archive, Alexander Turnbull Library See a zoomable image on our Timeframes website Survival can be your next tirp in the wild(military backpacks|military supplies|tactical backpacks|make your kit|gear camping|gear hiking|gear for camping|gear survival|gear for survival|building shelter|the survival kit|survival tool|survival kit fo