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Gallipoli 1915-2015. Helles, Lone Pine, Chunuk Bair...ANZAC cove.

Article about: Hey Guys, I was just at Gallipoli for the 100th anniversary 2015. I can't put in words how amazing it was as a kiwi to be there for the dawn service and then the Chunuk Bair service. I had 2

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    Yesterday, in Paris, I met a group of Australians and we spoke of the ANZAC.
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    A few of my mates on my tour have gone onto do the western front. Lucky!!

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    They have a beautiful badge on the breast of the jacket.
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    Lovely shots Here's bits I received from a Aust Vet

    \Shrapnel Turkish

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    I was looking for bits like that. I got a really big bit that looks like
    it couldve been fired by one of the ships gun. Very heavy.

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    Just so you can see how big it is.
    Very heavy. Can anyone I.D any of the other bits?
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    Thanks for a very nice thread.
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    Many nations lost their sons to Gallipoli.

    Great Britain and Ireland - 21,225 Died. 52,230 wounded
    Aussie - 8,709 died. 19,441 wounded.
    Kiwi - 2,779 died. 5,212 wounded.
    France - 10,000 died. 17,000 wounded.
    India - 1358 died. 3421 wounded.
    Newfoundland - 49 died. 93 wounded.

    Ottoman forces - 86,692 died. 164,617 wounded.

    All in under a year!!

    In the first few pictures there is a unknown piece I'm holding.
    Anyone know what it is?

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