Discover the diverse range of soldiers who contributed to the British First World War effort at Gallipoli.
The Battle of Gallipoli (25 April 1915 - 9 January 1916) was actually a series of several battles fought over eight and a half months in what is now north-west Turkey. It was the first major amphibious operation in modern warfare and marked the birth of national consciousness for both Australia and New Zealand.
This video demonstrates the diverse range of soldiers who contributed to the British First World War effort at Gallipoli.
Download the accompanying resource pack and teacher notes for further details about some of the images featured in the video, and background information on the Gallipoli campaign.