An Australian soldier of the ANMEF and his mother marching to the wharf in Sydney, Aug 8,1914, prior to departing for Rabaul. - H11567 | Australian War Memorial

An Australian soldier of the ANMEF and his mother marching to the wharf in Sydney, Aug 8,1914, prior to departing for Rabaul. - H11567 | Australian War Memorial

Private Thomas Harold Prosser, 56th Australian Infantry Battalion, of Frogmore, NSW. A labourer prior to enlisting Pte Prosser embarked from Sydney on board troopship HMAT Ascanius on 25 October 1916. He arrived in France in March 1917, was...

Private Thomas Harold Prosser, 56th Australian Infantry Battalion, of Frogmore, NSW. A labourer prior to enlisting Pte Prosser embarked from Sydney on board troopship HMAT Ascanius on 25 October 1916. He arrived in France in March 1917, was...

Gecmis  Zaman  &  Vergangane  Zeit

Gecmis Zaman & Vergangane Zeit

Sub lt. Ivan Heald, Sept. 1916. " I don't know how long we shall be out here. It may be a week or two or it may be for a winter campaign....In the last trench we were in we were only a dozen yards from the Turks, and one morning they trew bombs at me while I was shaving. The dead men are not so bad now because most of them are burned. They set alight in some mysterious way and at night you  see them blazing in front of the parapet and all their ammo exploding like squibs, sending up…

Sub lt. Ivan Heald, Sept. 1916. " I don't know how long we shall be out here. It may be a week or two or it may be for a winter campaign....In the last trench we were in we were only a dozen yards from the Turks, and one morning they trew bombs at me while I was shaving. The dead men are not so bad now because most of them are burned. They set alight in some mysterious way and at night you see them blazing in front of the parapet and all their ammo exploding like squibs, sending up…

Australian soldiers resting while fighting the Japanese along the notorious Kokoda Track in Papua New Guinea, in WWII

Australian soldiers resting while fighting the Japanese along the notorious Kokoda Track in Papua New Guinea, in WWII

Scene behind No.2 Outpost, possibly during the August Offensive

Scene behind No.2 Outpost, possibly during the August Offensive

The campaign has become synonymous with the heroism of soldiers from New Zealand and Australia, where Anzac Day is celebrated every year, but more British and Irish soldiers were killed. Pictured, soldiers pictured as they prepare for the campaign

Never-before-seen photographs show horror of doomed Gallipoli landings through the eyes of the soldiers who fought there

The campaign has become synonymous with the heroism of soldiers from New Zealand and Australia, where Anzac Day is celebrated every year, but more British and Irish soldiers were killed. Pictured, soldiers pictured as they prepare for the campaign

Australian troops hauling up the cliff the one 18 pounder field gun to be landed on 25th April 1915 at Anzac Cove on Gallipoli

Australian troops hauling up the cliff the one 18 pounder field gun to be landed on 25th April 1915 at Anzac Cove on Gallipoli

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