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This site is dedicated to the ANZAC servicemen from Australia and New Zealand who served in Gallipoli.

The memory of Turkish, French, Ghurka, British, Indian and all servicemen who served in this theatre of war is also cherished.

This site does focus on the Australian and New Zealand experience however, and over time material reflecting the sacrifices and achievements of the ANZACs will be added to this site.

"To die violently and be laid in this shell swept area is to die lonely indeed. The day is far off (but it will come) when splendid mausoleums will be raised over these heroic dead. And one foresees the time when steamers will bear up the Aegean pilgrims come to do honour at the resting places of friends and kindred, and to move over the charred battlegrounds of Turkey."
HECTOR DINNING (Aust. A.S.C.)  1915

About this site

The first item for this site is an overview of the Australian role in WW!

A series of videos of the AWM Gallipoli Tour for 2007 

A selection of other items:

The Battle of the Dardanelles

Kiretch Tepe Images

Extract from "With The Turks At The Dardanelles"

Extract from "The Story of the Twenty-First Bn"

Extract from The ANZAC Book


A sister site on the Anzacs on the Western Front can be found here:

Additional items on the Great War in general, Australia and Gallipoli may be found here:



In memory of 693 Lcpl Robert Dendtler

1 Battalion - 1st Infantry Brigade A.I.F.

Wounded Gallipoli 15 May 1915

Severe gunshot wound in the chest and arm

Died 7.15am 16 May 1915 on board HMHS Gascon

Buried at sea 3 miles off Gallipoli

by Chaplain from HMS Prince of Wales

Murray Barnard