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    Default Gallipoli 1915 medallion

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    I have not seen one of these before, a very interesting award and it must mean a lot to those from OZ and NZ.
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    what a great item, thanks for showing.

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    My wife gave it to me for my birthday a few years ago. Gallpoli has great
    meaning for us kiwis and aussies.
    ANZAC lest we forget.
    I will be at Gallipoli in 2015 for the 100 year mark.
    I was lucky to win 2 tickets in the ballot.
    I gave my other ticket to my aussie mate and both will be at
    ANZAC cove saluting our fallen and those who served.

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    Anyone got any gallipoli related stuff out there? Turkish, kiwi, aussie?

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    Anyone got any gallipoli related stuff out there? Turkish, kiwi, aussie?

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    I have some bits mostly Turkish - here's a a set that was given to me from a friend who's Grandfather was a veteran of the conflict
    Regards
    René

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    Nice!
    I hope i can find some good stuff like that when im in turkey.
    303 bolt?

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    A Beautiful medallion. Never seen one before - due to
    being on the other side of the world.........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Anyone got any gallipoli related stuff out there? Turkish, kiwi, aussie?

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    Sometimes it does seem as if only the above served there, for fecks sake. I have a medal to a welsh soldier who was there as were many other British troops, many who fought and died there.
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    Quote by Anon View Post
    Sometimes it does seem as if only the above served there, for fecks sake. I have a medal to a welsh soldier who was there as were many other British troops, many who fought and died there.
    I agree, lets not forget all Nations involved.

    •British Empire (excl. Anzac) : 198,000 wounded and missing - 22,000 killed.
    •France : 23,000 wounded and missing - 27,000 killed.
    •Ottoman Empire (Turkey) : 109,042 wounded and missing - 57,084 killed.
    •Furthermore 1.700 Indians died in Gallipoli, plus an unknown number of Germans, Newfoundlanders and Senegalese
    •Australia: 18.500 wounded and missing - 7,594 killed.
    •New Zealand : 5,150 wounded and missing - 2,431 killed.

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