'The Biggest Bluff in the War...a Triumph of Organisation': the Evacuation of Gallipoli

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Title

'The Biggest Bluff in the War...a Triumph of Organisation': the Evacuation of Gallipoli

Subject

The evacuation of Gallipoli in December 1915 and January 1916.

Description

Photographs and descriptive commentary on various stages of the evacuation of Gallipoli, including a reference to the 'Lancashire Landing'. Considerable emphasis on the lack of casualties, which is in stark, yet unremarked, contrast to the huge loss of life during the assault on Gallipoli.

Creator

Photographer named as 'C.N.'

Source

Illustrated London News, 12 February 1916: 202-203

Publisher

Lancaster University

Date

1916

Contributor

Coverage

Twentieth century, World War One

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Original Format

Photographs published in newspaper with commentary

Comments

Masud Khokhar

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Citation

Photographer named as 'C.N.', “'The Biggest Bluff in the War...a Triumph of Organisation': the Evacuation of Gallipoli,” Local History Resources for Schools, accessed June 19, 2018, http://regionalheritage.omeka.net/items/show/31.