Australian soldiers asleep in a first line trench

WWI - Australian soldiers asleep in a first line trench

Graves of Australian soldiers who died on the Gallipoli Peninsula. In the background is the inscription on the large cross marking the grave of Sgt Robert Henry Bulmer, 3rd Battalion. A pattern maker of Campsie prior to enlistment in the 1st Field Ambulance, Australian Army Medical Corp. Sgt Bulmer was killed in action aged 25 on the Gallipoli Peninsula on 16 July 1915 and is buried in Shrapnel Valley Cemetery.

Graves of Australian soldiers who died on the Gallipoli Peninsula. Legible in the background is the inscription on the large cross marking the grave of 166 Sergeant (Sgt) Robert Henry Bulmer, .

1915: Shrapnel Gully, the main route from the beach to the frontline

Shrapnel Gully, the main route from the beach to the frontline

1915: Shrapnel Gully, the main route from the beach to the frontline

Shrapnel Gully, the main route from the beach to the frontline

1915: Divisional Headquarters staff wade ashore at Anzac Cove on April 25.

Divisional Headquarters staff wade ashore at Anzac Cove on April

2015: The cliffs at Gallipoli, dominated by the 'Sphinx' or 'Cathedral'.

The cliffs at Gallipoli, dominated by the 'Sphinx' or 'Cathedral'.

2015: The cliffs at Gallipoli, dominated by the 'Sphinx' or 'Cathedral'.

The cliffs at Gallipoli, dominated by the 'Sphinx' or 'Cathedral'.

2015: A view over Shrapnel Gully towards the Turkish coast

A view over Shrapnel Gully towards the Turkish coast

2015: A view over Shrapnel Gully towards the Turkish coast

A view over Shrapnel Gully towards the Turkish coast

1915: Australian Imperial Force solders await orders below Plugges Plateau overlooking Anzac Cove

Australian Imperial Force solders await orders below Plugges Plateau overlooking Anzac Cove

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