February 1915

This daily episode will tell the story of the Dardanelles and Gallipoli campaign by those who were there, the men themselves. Using a rich selection of diaries, letters and books, some published before, some not, we sought to use these snippets to help describe what happened that day in 1915/16.

Many thanks goes to member Peter Hart who has contributed the majority of these entries, whose ongoing passion for the campaign helps keep the memory alive. If you have any comments or suggestions, or wish to add further entries please contact Stephen Chambers by email on - webmaster@gallipoli-association.org

Note: For a high level overview of the major campaign events, see The Campaign Timeline 1914-1916

  • 05 February 1915

    ANZAC Cottage is a small four-roomed cottage with a unique history. Fired with patriotism, a group of citizens in Mount Hawthorn, …

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  • 12 February 1915

    ANZAC Cottage is a small four-roomed cottage with a unique history. Fired with patriotism, a group of citizens in Mount Hawthorn, …

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  • 22 February 1915

    Dear Mother, My address will be, from Friday, Hood Battalion, 2nd┬áNaval Brigade, Royal Naval Expeditionary Force c/o The …

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  • 24 February 1915

    I THINK it may help us to a sound decision next Friday if we bear clearly in mind that the forcing of the Dardanelles is the preli…

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