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Washing the horses, Suvla Bay

With the Gallipoli campaign at deadlock...

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At Anzac Cove

This hand-coloured glass slide shows Br...

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Unloading barges, Anzac Cove

This scene of soldiers unloading barges at&n...

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“What about a drop of water, Digger?”

Water shortages were a constant problem...

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Dust in our ears, eyes, mouth, nose and everywhere

In late 1914 the New Zealand and Austra...

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Haka in the Sand / He Haka He Onepu

The First Māori Contingent are seen in Egypt...

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Heroes of Gallipoli

Heroes of Gallipoli contains t...

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Swimming with Birdie at Gallipoli

As the weather warmed up on Gallipoli d...

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Treating Gallipoli’s wounded – Dr Agnes Bennett

The Australian-born and New Zealand-bas...

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Teenage soldiers and a boat full of blood

Seventeen-year-old Daniel Patrick (Pat) Lloy...

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Australia’s submarine at Gallipoli

In the early hours of 25 April 1915, Ro...

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The First Anzac at Gallipoli

Britain’s Royal Navy was in charge of l...

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The Daisy Patch

Joseph Gasparich was a gumdigger and sc...

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"War is lunacy": The burial armistice

On 24 May 1915, both sides on Gallipoli agre...

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The last month I was there, I never wore trousers

The Anzac troops on Gallipoli faced man...

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Boys of the Dardanelles

Boys of the Dardanelles
They fa...

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The landing of the Australian troops in Egypt

This commercial sound recording include...

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Good to Go / E pai ana, Ka haere

The Second Māori Contingent is shown pa...

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No bayonet needed / E hara te pēneti i mau

Captain Pirimi Tahiwi of Te Hokowhitu a Tū, ...

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A rickshaw ride in Durban

Two Australian soldiers riding in a ric...

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Soldier’s souvenir view of Egypt

This image (B&W glass slide) was probab...

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The war cameraman

British journalist Ellis Ashmead-Bartlett, o...

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A narrow escape at Lone Pine

This eyewitness account by a Gallipoli ...

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Getting the message through at Chunuk Bair

Lance Corporal Cyril Bassett, an Auckla...

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“Every one of those lads was lying dead”

Dunedin-born Charles Duke was working in Aus...

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“All my mates ever got were wooden crosses”

Corporal Cyril Bassett was the only New...

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Wounded at Chunuk Bair

The battle for Chunuk Bair was one of the bl...

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Machine gunners at Chunuk Bair

Leonard Leary was an ammunition handler...

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Who was to blame for the sinking of the Marquette?

Thirty-two New Zealand medical staff, i...

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Lieutenant General Birdwood takes a dip

Lieutenant General Sir William Birdwood...

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Even Major-Generals die in battle

The sombre 1915 funeral procession of M...

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Brother Turk Thankful

Harry Julius’s clever animated comment ...

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Nurses remember the sinking of the Marquette

Three New Zealand nurses - Elizabeth Yo...

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Soldiers swim at Gallipoli

This hand-coloured glass slide shows me...

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New Zealand soldiers recover from battle wounds

After being wounded in battle, many Anz...

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‘Heroes of the Dardanelles’

The Gallipoli campaign inspired a numbe...

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‘They Were There! There! There!’

The lyrics of the song ‘They Were There...

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The walking wounded return home

New Zealand soldiers board a ship. It m...

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Gallipoli’s wounded return to Wellington

On 15 July 1915 the transport ship Will...

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“We left a lot of booby traps behind…”

From 18 to 20 December 1915, the Allies retr...

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Maggots and brandy – evacuating wounded men

Facilities for evacuating and treating men w...

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Battle in the Blizzard

In late 1915, towards the end of the Ga...

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Diggers in the tunnels of Quinn’s Post

The underground war at Gallipoli was fought&...

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"The toughest part of the war was lack of sleep"

Coupled with the lack of shelter or wat...

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Leaving Gallipoli

From 18 to 20 December 1915, the Allies retr...

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Surgeon-General Charles Ryan, ANZAC Cove, 1915

Surgeon-General Charles S. Ryan is shown in ...

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Australian troops at the Pyramids

Australian and New Zealand troops arrived in...