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The campaign at Gallipoli

This section of the Long, Long Trail will be helpful for anyone wishing to find out about the fighting in the ill-fated campaign at Gallipoli. British forces involved at Gallipoli (Mediterranean Expeditionary Force) 29th Division…


The Gallipoli evacuation

Review of “The Gallipoli evacuation”

The Gallipoli evacuation By Peter Hart Published in Australia and UK by Living History ISBN 978 0 6489 2260 5 Paperback. 275 pages plus 35 pages of acknowledgements, bibliography, endnotes and index. You don’t need…


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Sir Charles Monro’s Gallipoli Despatch

The first and only Gallipoli Despatch of General Sir Charles Monro, who was sent to replace the sacked Sir Ian Hamilton as Commander in Chief of the Mediterranean Expeditionary Force. Printed in the Third Supplement…


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Sir Ian Hamilton’s First Gallipoli Despatch

The Despatch of General Sir Ian Hamilton, Commander in Chief of the Mediterranean Expeditionary Force. Printed in the Third Supplement to the London Gazette of 6 July 1915. The Despatch dealt with the landings and…


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Sir Ian Hamilton’s Third Gallipoli Despatch

The Despatch of General Sir Ian Hamilton, Commander in Chief of the Mediterranean Expeditionary Force. Printed in the Third Supplement to the London Gazette of 6 January 1916. The Despatch dealt with the Gallipoli fighting…


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Sir Ian Hamilton’s Second Gallipoli Despatch

The Despatch of General Sir Ian Hamilton, Commander in Chief of the Mediterranean Expeditionary Force. Printed in the Third Supplement to the London Gazette of 20 September 1915. The Despatch dealt with the Gallipoli fighting…


Royal Marine deployment to Gallipoli

Introduction The move of the Royal Marines to Gallipoli and their early actions there are complex and confusing. This timeline should help anyone wishing to understand the movements of a given unit. February 1915 6…


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Sir Ian Hamilton’s Fourth Gallipoli Despatch

The Despatch of General Sir Ian Hamilton, Commander in Chief of the Mediterranean Expeditionary Force. Printed in the Third Supplement to the London Gazette of 27 March 1916. The Despatch dealt with additions and corrections…



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Royal Field Artillery Brigades

This page is gradually being replaced by this new page Brigades numbered 1 to 200 Brigade Type Higher formation Remarks CXXXII New armies 11th Division from formation in in Egypt on 26 April 1916, when…