'"Shake!" The Mascot of an Australian Regiment on Egypt'. An Australian soldier with a kangaroo mascot at a camp near the pyramids.

" The Mascot of an Australian Regiment on Egypt'. An Australian soldier with a kangaroo mascot at a camp near the pyramids. WWI Year nine ACARA

Battle of Gallipoli (473,000 total casualties)

Top 10 Deadliest Battles of World War I

The Battle of Gallipoli was a an attack on the Ottoman Empire to help take pressure of Russia's front. There was hope that in the progression of the Gallipoli campaign that the Turks would have a revolution and join the allies.

Anzac Cove, Gallipoli

when the kids grow up want to do this for anzac day with the hubby

Photograph of ANZAC soldier and British soldier with Turkish woman, her children and donkey. The soldiers are giving them a drink of water. No 3127. From a collection of official photographs of the Dardanelles Expedition, 1915.

Photograph of ANZAC soldier and British soldier with Turkish woman, her children and donkey. The soldiers are giving them a drink of water. From a collection of official photographs of the Dardanelles Expedition,

The Australian WWI Digger at the western end of The Anzac Bridge in Rozelle #Sydney commemorates the soldiers lost at Gallipoli in Turkey in 1915. #Australia #travel

The Australian WWI Digger at the western end of The Anzac Bridge in Rozelle Sydney commemorates the soldiers lost at Gallipoli in Turkey in

Family Stories: Photographs and Memories: Tombstone Tuesday - 2013 Trans Tasman ANZAC Day Blog Challenge - Alexander Joseph McDonald

Memorial Cross at Gallipoli- This photo is of a memorial cross for the non Commissioned Officers and men of the Field Company Australian Engineers who were killed or wounded in action on the Gallipoli Peninsula.LWF[LEST WE FORGET].

WWI Australian soldier

The State Library in Adelaide is digitising pictures, letters and other records which might help South Australians trace their Anzac history.

A group of unidentified Australian and New Zealand soldiers in a front line trench on the Gallipoli Peninsula. Standing in the narrow confines of a trench passage, with sandbags at the parapet above them, several of the men are smoking pipes and cigarettes. Australian War Memorial, C03420

A group of unidentified Australian and New Zealand soldiers in a front line trench on the Gallipoli Peninsula. Standing in the narrow confines of a trench passage, with sandbags at the parapet .

Photograph of three ANZAC soldiers attending to wounded comrade. No 5227. From a collection of official photographs of the Dardanelles Expedition, 1915.

King's Collections : The Serving Soldier : Gallipoli Examined: Hamilton, I Three ANZAC soldiers attending to a wounded comrade

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