Leaders of Anzacs
Approximately 500 officers of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) - died as the result of service at Gallipoli, Turkey, in 1915.
'The Sphinx', at left,
'Razor Edge' in middle, with Walker's Ridge/Russell's Top immediately beyond.
In far distance right of centre is Quinn's Post, Anzac sector, Gallipoli Peninsula
Anzac Cove is behind the photographer.
This site is a biographical register of those soldiers.
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These pages contain only the names of Anzac officers.
This is in no way meant to diminish the part played by the soldiers of
England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, France, Senegal, India, Nepal, Newfoundland or Ceylon,
nor of the soldiers of the Ottoman Empire; all of whom fought and suffered together - and died together -
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Commemorative Medallion Issued in 1967 to all Anzacs who served on the Gallipoli
Peninsula, many have never been claimed.
'For The Fallen'
- poem by Lawrence Binyon
Some thoughts on the soldiers of the Great War
Issued in 1967 to all Anzacs who served on the Gallipoli Peninsula, many have never been claimed.
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