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Images of Gallipoli 90 Years After The Battle

Images of Gallipoli 90 Years After The Battle

Images by Selwyn Manning – Scoop Co-Editor.

Photo-Essay: Scoop's Selwyn Manning is in Gallipoli attending the 90th commemorations of the World War I battlefield where over two thousand New Zealanders were killed.


Poppies growing wild on Chunuk Bair (the Narrows can be seen in the distance).


New Zealand Defence personnel at parade practice at Chunuk Bair.


Turkish Soldier at Chunuk Bair.


ANZAC Cove, Gallipoli.


War graves atop ANZAC Cove.


Memorial to Mustafa Kemal Ataturk (1881-1938) the founder of the Turkish Republic and its
first President. He masterminded the Turkish defence of his homeland in 1915.


The Sphinx on the cliffs above ANZAC Cove.


Remains of the jetty at ANZAC Cove.


ANZAC Cove: AN Old bully-beef can lies in the bank of a dug-out, presumed left by an ANZAC soldier in 1915.


Trenches at Chunuk Bair.


Frigate off the coast near canakkale, Turkey.


Turkish youths traveling to Gallipoli.


Canakkale, Turkey.

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