WATCH: The ill fated campaign resulted in more than 130,000 deaths and marked the first major military action by Australian and New Zealand forces during the war. 260 more words
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Yesterday I went to see Russell Crowe’s directorial debut “The Water Diviner” in the Odeon, Castletroy here in Limerick.
I am very fussy when it comes to picking films to see in the cinema, or buy on DVD. 425 more words
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Gallipoli signallers provide battle links.
As soon as the ANZACs landed at Gallipoli in Turkey on April the 25th 1915, the signallers, well-trained and proficient in Morse code signalling on flag, lamp and heliograph, as well as in map reading, immediately began laying telephone lines. 417 more words
Are you going to Gallipoli?
Date : 26 / 03 / 2015
Author : Jim Linton – VK3PC
The Türkiye Radyo Amatörleri Cemiyeti (TRAC) wants to know the names and callsigns of any Australian and New Zealand radio amateurs who will be on the Gallipoli Peninsula for ANZAC Day this year. 404 more words
Today, 18 March 2015 is an important day for Turkey – known as Canakkale Victory and Martyr’s Day. Today is the 100 year anniversary of this important date, on which in 1915, Turkey defeated Allied Battleships as they moved up the Dardanelles, shelling Turkish forts in Canakkale, in an attempt to take control of the Dardanelles. 315 more words