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Gallipoli powerpoint


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Gallipoli powerpoint

  1. 1. Today, September 28th nothing unusual to report today, just an ordinary day of shelling bombing and sniping.
  2. 2. A Gallipoli nurse with a kitten mascot, born in the trenches Every night there are two or three deaths, sometimes five or six; its just awful flying from one ward into another … each night is a nightmare, the patients’ faces all look so pale with the flickering ship’s lights. [Ella Tucker, in Bassett, Guns and Brooches, p.44]
  3. 3. Arrival of the first sisters on Lemnos Island.
  4. 4. Australian sisters on board the SS Mooltan
  5. 5. The 3rd Australian General Hospital (AGH) at Lemnos in its completed state later in 1915.
  6. 6. Sick Australian nurses outside their quarters on Lemmos.
  7. 7. The staff of the 3rd Australian General Hospital (AGH) on Christmas Day, 1915.
  8. 8. Abdul had a gun that fired on ANZAC cove. We called it Beechy Bill.
  9. 9. The ANZACS called every Indian “Johnny” and treated him like a brother, with the consequences that the Indians liked them even more… I often saw parties of Australians and New Zealanders sitting in the lines, eating chupatties and talking to the men. Major HM Alexander.
  10. 10. Bury the body ~ it has served it’s ends Mark the spot but ‘On Gallipoli”. Let it be said “He died”. Oh! Hearts of friends If I am worth it, keep my memory.
  11. 11. Some flower that blooms beside the Southern foam May blossom where our dead Australians lie, And comfort them with whispers of their home: And they will dream beneath the alien sky Of the Pacific Sea. Lester Lawrence: ANZAC Poet