In this 1916 file photo, German troops man a machine gun post from a trench at the Vistula River in Russia during World War One.

German machine guns devastated the masses of Russians in attack. By end of first winter one Russian in four went into the field without a gun. Here German infantrymen aim their machine guns at the Russians from a trench on the Vistula River in Russia, in

A Turkish prisoner earns his keep by cutting an Anzac’s hair…WW1.

Australian soldier getting his haircut by a Turkish POW in Gallipoli, 1915 - [ 700 x 679 ]

New Zealand Pioneer Battalion. Maoris fought in Gallipoli and France. Doing the Haka dance before entering battle.

New Zealand Pioneer Battalion. Maoris fought in Gallipoli and France. Doing the Haka dance before entering battle.

turkish soldiers gallipoli

A group of Turkish soldiers at Gallipoli Source: "Gelibolu"

Photograph of two British and ANZAC soldiers manufacturing 'jam tin' grenades. No 2612. The caption on the reverse reads "Men at work making bombs. All the old jam tins and other similar receptacles are used in making bombs, even fragments of Turkish shells and enemy barbed wire are cut up and used as 'filling'." From a collection of official photographs of the Dardanelles Expedition, 1915-1916.

The Serving Soldier : Gallipoli In Close Up: Hamilton, I

Ensconced in an opening in a sandbagged dugout, a cat, probably a mascot, looks up expectantly at the approach of an unidentified soldier. Gallipoli Peninsula, 1915. Australian War Memorial.

Ensconced in an opening in a sandbagged dugout, a cat, probably a mascot, looks up expectantly at the approach of an unidentified soldier. Gallipoli Peninsula, [Australian War Memorial] These Are the Brave and Fluffy Cats Who Served in World War I

Defending Gallipoli: The Turkish Story

Defending Gallipoli- From the bestselling author of Gallipoli: The Fatal Shore comes this original, dramatic and eye-opening account of the infamous Gallipoli campaign, told through 'enemy eyes'.

168.The ANZAC troops, along with the regular British 29th Division, the Royal Naval Division and the French Oriental Expeditionary Corps, consisting of "metropolitan" and colonial troops, were subsequently placed under Hamilton's command. Pin depicts French troops landing at the campaign staging post the Greek Island of Lemnos

168.The ANZAC troops, along with the regular British 29th Division, the Royal Naval Division and the French Oriental Expeditionary Corps, consisting of "metropolitan" and colonial troops, were subsequently placed under Hamilton's command. Pin depicts French troops landing at the campaign staging post the Greek Island of Lemnos

Bir paket katır, Gallipoli, 1915 yükleniyor Hint sürücüsü.

Gallipoli 1915 Indian driver with pack mules - IMW

French troops on a transport on their way to the Gallipoli campaign

Q French troops on a French transport going to Gallipoli.

Scenes from the Turkish front at Gallipoli.  Mustafa Onur YURDAL (@monuryurdal) | Twitter

Scenes from the Turkish front at Gallipoli.

Support troops from the 4th Australian Infantry Brigade wait behind Quinn’s Post, Gallipoli, after it was retaken on 29 May 1915

Support troops from the Australian Infantry Brigade wait behind Quinn’s Post, Gallipoli, after it was retaken on 29 May 1915

scrapironflotilla:  Gallipoli, Turkey. An Australian soldier using a periscope rifle. The  periscope rifle had been invented by Lance Corporal (later Sergeant)  W.C.B. Beech of the 2nd Battalion.

An Australian soldier using a periscope rifle. The periscope rifle had been invented by Lance Corporal (later Sergeant) W. Beech of the Battalion.

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