Gallipoli - Landings in rows of open-topped boats towed behind steamers. Cut loose near the shore, the men used oars the rest of the way

Gallipoli - Landings in rows of open-topped boats towed behind steamers. Cut loose near the shore, the men used oars the rest of the way

Boatloads of Australians leaving the German prize Derfflinger in tow in Mudros Harbour during practice for the landing at Gallipoli Peninsula. The boats carried about thirty five men each.

Boatloads of Australians leaving the German prize Derfflinger in tow in Mudros Harbour during practice for the landing at Gallipoli Peninsula. The boats carried about thirty five men each.

Troops of the 2nd and 3rd Australian Infantry Battalions, on the German prize Derfflinger. They are practising at climbing down rope ladders and landing in boats in Mudros Harbour, in preparation for the landing on Gallipoli Peninsula. The men on all transports carried out similar drill.

Troops of the 2nd and 3rd Australian Infantry Battalions, on the German prize Derfflinger. They are practising at climbing down rope ladders and landing in boats in Mudros Harbour, in preparation for the landing on Gallipoli Peninsula. The men on all transports carried out similar drill.

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Gelibolu, Türkiye, 1915. Gelibolu kumsalında iskelede büyük sandallardan karaya indirilen Avustralyalı askerlerin ikmali. / Gallipoli, Turkey, 1915. Australian reinforcements disembarking from long boats at the pier on the beach at Gallipoli.

Gelibolu, Türkiye, 1915. Gelibolu kumsalında iskelede büyük sandallardan karaya indirilen Avustralyalı askerlerin ikmali. / Gallipoli, Turkey, 1915. Australian reinforcements disembarking from long boats at the pier on the beach at Gallipoli.

Troops of the 1st Brigade row to the beach and empty boats return from the shore to the destroyers at about 9.45 a.m., on the morning of the Australians landing at Anzac Cove. Those landed in the morning first rushed the small outstanding plateau, afterwards called Plugge's Plateau and then went over the skyline into Shrapnel Valley.

Troops of the 1st Brigade row to the beach and empty boats return from the shore to the destroyers at about 9.45 a.m., on the morning of the Australians landing at Anzac Cove. Those landed in the morning first rushed the small outstanding plateau, afterwards called Plugge's Plateau and then went over the skyline into Shrapnel Valley.


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