Peter Hart's The Gallipoli Evacuation
The expedition to wrest the Narrows from the Turks had failed, and Constantinople remained an impossible dream. Now in December 1915, some 135,000 men, nearly 400 guns and 15,000 horses were trapped in the bridgeheads at Anzac, Suvla and Helles. This is the story of how the Gallipoli garrison escaped to fight another day.
Books by Mat McLachlan
WALKING WITH THE ANZACS
GALLIPOLI – THE BATTLEFIELD GUIDE
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