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... them. He lied on his sign up and said he was 17. He was in fact 14. In one of the photos you can see his name: Private Martin J. of the 21st Battalion.
The Turkish commander on the ground was Mustafa Kemal Ataturk - later he would lead the new republic and be one of the greatest Muslim statesmen of the era. his speech on the ANZAC day in 1934 has become a symbol of the friendship that now exists between Turkey and its former attackers.
... another lovely picnic lunch, this time on the beach, we headed off to Behramkale a very picturesque village for an ice cream. We passed the massive site of Assos which was founded by people from the Greek Island of Lesbos which at it's closest point is only 10Km off the Turkish coast. Assos was captured by Alexander the Great and absorbed into the Roman Empire. It also visited ...
... and Turkish sides there. There is only a single lane road separating them now, 10 metres of 'no man's land in 1915 between the opposing trenches.
Clive was shot on November 23rd and died on the 26th November 1915, age 20 from a bullet wound to the eye and compound fracture to the skull. He is buried at Ari Burnu cemetry about 1/2 mile north of Anzac Cove.
Jean, his wife, was awarded 52pound a year pension and his daughter Isobel, who he never saw was ...
... was cold plastic chairs in the stadium. There were documentaries, movies, soldier interviews, prime minster messages and songs played through out the night to the circa 7000 visitors gathered here.
Settling in for the night, we tucked our sleeping bags into large rubbish sacks and snuggled down. It was surprisingly warm and I woke up mid-morning overheating. The best news - no rain as forecast!!!
... compact car stood waiting for us. It had only 150 kilometers on it. The rental company policy is to deliver the car with an empty tank then it can be returned empty. We rolled over to the Shell station just outside the airport. And after the shock of a 200 TL ($90.47) for a 46 liter fill-up, we were off (12:30).
We made our way through heavy but steadily moving traffic through Istanbul and its suburbs. ...
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