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"Turks shout Allah and our chaps swear"
Title : "Turks shout Allah and our chaps swear" "Turks shout Allah and our chaps swear"
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Source : Advertiser, 2 July 1915, p. 10, col. c
Date of creation : 1915
Format : Newspaper
Contributor : State Library catalogue
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Report on first day{174}s fighting at Gallipoli as described in a letter from a South Australian private to his mother


Subjects
Coverage year : 1915
Period : 1914-1918
Further reading :

Brice, Chris. 'Gallipoli...hell & glory', The Advertiser, 21 April 1990, Magazine, pp. 2-3

Laffin, John. Damn the Dardanelles! : the story of Gallipoli, Sydney : Doubleday, 1980

Reid, Richard. A 'duty clear before us': North Beach and the Sari Bair Range, Gallipoli Peninsula : 25 April-20 December 1915, Canberra, A.C.T. : Dept. of Veterans' Affairs, 2000

Steel, Nigel and Peter Hart. Defeat at Gallipoli, London : Macmillan, 1994

Winter, Denis. 25 April 1915: the inevitable tragedy, St. Lucia, Qld.: University of Queensland Press, 1994

Internet links :

Australian Army History Unit [Department of Defence]: See: History & Battles: History Index [several sections about World War One]

Australian War Memorial See: Australians at War: Australian Military History Overview: First World War 1914-1918

Australian War Memorial See: Encyclopedia: Gallipoli

Gallipoli: The drama of the Dardanelles [Imperial War Museum, UK]

Visit Gallipoli [Department of Veterans Affairs]


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