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The Making of a Legend, The Landing at Anzac Cove by Lambert.


The Making of a Legend, The Landing at Anzac Cove by Lambert.

Landing at dawn on 25th April 1915 about 8,000 Anzacs fought their way off the narrow, stony beach. They moved upwards and inland through treacherous terrain and fierce concentrated fire from entrenched and well prepared Turkish positions. By evening they had gained some 2,000 metres and each side lost about 2,000 men. After 8 months of fighting the troops were withdrawn. Both the Allies and Turks had committed some 500,000 men each to the ill fated Dardanelles campaign. The Anzacs had lost 10,000 killed and 26,000 wounded.
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Gallipoli Anzac Beach by Charles Dixon.


Gallipoli Anzac Beach by Charles Dixon.

The Landing at Anzac, April 25th 1915.
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Corporal Bassett Laying A Telephone Line At Chunuk Bair Under Heavy And Continuous Fire.


Corporal Bassett Laying A Telephone Line At Chunuk Bair Under Heavy And Continuous Fire.

At ten oclock on the morning of august 7th 1915, the New Zealand Infantry Brigade attacked and carried Rhododendron Ridge, which joins the main ridge just west of Chunuk Bair. Later in the day the main ridge was reconnoitred, and in full daylight and under continuous and heavy fire, Corporal Cyril Royston Guyton Bassett, of the New Zealand Divisional Signal Company, succeeded in laying a telephone line on the ridge from the old to the new position, in order to set up communication between headquarters and the font line. For his conspicuous bravery and devotion to duty Corporal Bassett was rewarded with the V.C.
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Private Skinner And A Comrade Crawling From Their Trench At Chunk Bair To Extinguish A Strange Light.


Private Skinner And A Comrade Crawling From Their Trench At Chunk Bair To Extinguish A Strange Light.

Towards dawn on the morning of August 9th 1915, Private Henry Devenish Skinner, of the 14th South Otago Regiment, N.Z.R., saw from his trench at Chunuk Bair, Gallipoli Peninsula, a light burning a short way in front. Thinking that it might possibly attract the enemys fire, he passed word along the trench that he was going out to extinguish it, and taking with him a friend named Levett, he crawled out of the trench. As they came near the light the two men saw to their astonishment that it came from a dead man whose body was burning, and from which there rose a small flame.
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