Gallipoli Battlefields

The Dardenelles 1915

The battlefields at Gallipoli were for many years difficult to reach and hostile to visitors – in more ways than one! Today modern Turkey is very different and a visit to Gallipoli is a pleasure – but still a great adventure compared to France and Flanders. These pages provide information gathered over many years studying the campaign, and numerous visits to the Gallipoli battlefields, including filming I did with the BBC in 2003 and a recent trip to Gallipoli in May 2006 with a group from Leger Holidays.

The latest Gallipoli updates are found here.

Dedicated to:

PO Bertie S.Reed
HMS Implacable   W Beach 25th April 1915

Pte Dan Boyles         1st Essex                Wounded Krithia, served until evacuation

Pte Thomas Sainty    1st Essex                 Killed in Action 8th May 1915

Pte Albert Adams     1st Essex                 Served Gallipoli, Killed Arras April 1917.

Researching someone who fought at Gallipoli? Visit my WW1 Research Page.

New Gallipoli book review – Hell Let Loose: 1/7th Lancashire Fusiliers.

Paul Reed

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