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THE GALLIPOLIAN INDEX Note for guidance on using the Index 1. The index is a slightly revised and expanded version of one compiled in 2007 by Gallipoli Association member, Robert Pike, to whom the Editor and his predecessor are greatly indebted. The index does not purport to be a comprehensive guide to everything that has appeared in The Gallipolian over the past years. It is essentially an alphabetical listing, by subject area, of articles dealing with a range of 'Gallipoli related' topics. 2. Items within each subject area (e.g. Merchant Navy, Suvla etc.) are listed with the issue number in which they appeared. Thus, for example, an article that featured in issue No. 69 will be listed before one on the same or similar subject that appeared in issue No. 86. The only exceptions are in the case of Book Reviews, Obituaries and Poetry (see paragraph 5 below). 3. Where articles encompass different subject areas, every effort has been made to record the article in each (e.g. a memoir written by a veteran of the campaign, will be listed both under 'Memories/ Reflections'; the unit in which he served; and often under the veteran's name). 4. County regiments afforded the title ‘Royal’ are listed thus: Berkshire Regiment, Royal. Other regiments and corps afforded that honour (e.g. Royal Fusiliers, Royal Irish Rifles etc.) are indexed under ‘R’ – ‘Royal …’. 5. Book Reviews (listed alphabetically by author), Obituaries (alphabetically by name of the deceased and sub-divided between Veterans and others) and Poetry (alphabetically by title) are contained in separate sections at the end of the main index. 6. Only a minority of Association events and annual commemorations are listed (usually only the first time an event was held, or when an unusual, or particularly significant commemoration occurred). Similarly, items of regular Association business (such as the Chairman's or Treasurer's Report) are not listed since reports on these matters, and on annual events and commemorations, can normally be found by referring to the issue following when they occurred. 7. It would be helpful if any errors or omissions in the indexing are notified to the Editor so that they can be amended at the next updating of the Index. Foster Summerson Hon. Editor, The Gallipolian December 2014

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A2, HMAS Stoker's Submarine [Special Book Review] : 96 Silent Anzac's Secrets Sought – Archaeological survey of the A2 (J Martin) : 115 Aerial Photography - see Maps/Mapping

Aerodromes Gallipoli Aerodromes (Col. M A Nolan) : 108 Agamemnon, HMS Letters from Revd. Chaplain W F Scott, RN: 41, 42, 43 Air Campaign Air effort over Gallipoli – A brief look at the Air Campaign over the Dardanelles (R Colon) : 119

Allanson, Maj. Cecil The Allanson Diary : 25 The Shelling of Allanson's Party on Hill Q (Maj. T Verschoyle) : 38

America/American – see USA Anderson, Pte. John (Jack) Wylie The Diary of Pte. Jack Anderson, ‘B’ Coy., 1/7th Battalion, The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) : 125

Angora, HMS Mining Stations (F G Dixon) : 30 HMS Angora - Minelayer (F G Dixon) : 52

Animals at Gallipoli A Very Unusual Survivor. Ali Pasha - a Tortoise : 51 Tortoise Veteran of Gallipoli Dies : 55 Zion Mule Corps (A N Pamm) : 59 'Bill' (T Brookes) : 64 Lemnos Asses : 69 Foal born on Gallipoli (Cmdr. I Hamilton) : 70 'Orses with Orns (E K Chatterton) : 76 Lady Gallipoli. Foal born on Gallipoli (Cmdr. I Hamilton) : 70 Some Mule! (J Lewis) : 78 Purple Cross for Gallipoli Donkey : 86 Joseph Trumpledor. Port Arthur - Gallipoli - Te Hai (M Robson) : 87 Zion Muleteers of Gallipoli The (M Sugarman) : 90 Indian Mule Corps. Lt-Col. Arthur DSO Rennison, Indian Mule Corps (Maj. H Jenner) : 102 Boats v Horses : 108 The Indian Transport Train : 109 Horses at Gallipoli (Clare Church) : 109 Anzac Donkey. A Painting (Lucy Merriman) : 110 [See also Simpson, Pte. John] ‘Beelzebub’ – Mischievous mule serving with the Zion Mule Corps (M Robson) : 122 ‘Blake’ - The Gallipoli Tortoise : 130

Annand, Lt-Cmdr. W M

Annand, Lt-Cmdr. W M and (son) Capt. Richard VC : 110

Anson Bn. [see also Royal Naval Division] Jack's Yarn and My Story (J C Dart) : 11 Rupert Brooke Centenary : 54 A Remarkable Record (J J Fallon) : 69 Reminiscences of 1914-18 (F H Bugge) : 74 A Premonition (from Georgian Adventure by D Jerrold) : 76 Lt-Cmdr. Frederick Septimus Kelly, DSC RNVR, Killed in Action 13 November 1916 (C L W Page) : 79 A Family Trilogy (J Symon) : 96 Was It the Mosquito or the Spider that Killed Rupert Brooke? (L Sellers) : 107 The Life & Selected Works of Rupert Brooke (J F Turner) : 107

Anzac(s) The Anzac (Maj. E H W Banner) 1, 42 (reprint) [A tribute to veteran Basil W Bourne. Bourne is not named in the original article, but is recorded in the reprint] The Postscripts to Anzac : 2 The Most Unforgettable Anzac I Have Ever Met (Col. J S McKinlay) : 6 Anzac Remembered (E Bush) : 7 No. 2 Post 1915 - Down Memory Lane (F W W Floyd) : 12 Landing from the Galeka (H H Hudson) : 13 Evacuation of Anzac and Those We Left Behind (G L Scott) : 16 Anzac in 1976 (K Tranmer) : 22, 23 Mail from Anzac (K Tranmer) : 27 Anzac Rest House on Gallipoli : 31 William Chatham and Chatham's Post (C R Walpole) : 83 Gallipoli Diary 1980 : Pt. 2 (Anzac) Pt. 4 (Inscriptions on Headstones) (P N Dalkin) : 37, 39 Gallipoli's First Anzac Hero - Horace Martyr (M Irwin) : 43 Anzac Cottage, Perth - Built in a Day (J D Young) : 50, 116, 119,120 A Short History of the Gallipoli Legion of Anzacs Club, Newcastle (J V Griffiths) : 57 [see also 129 &130] Alec William Campbell - The Last Sentinel of Gallipoli : 60, 90, 98, 99

Anzac 75th Anniversary Commemorative Coin : 63 A Personal Narrative of The Battle of Chunuk Bair (Col A C Temperley) : 64 Commemorative Plaques (Dr. Ross J Bastiaan) : 65, 92 Anzac Biscuits (from Australian Cuisine by Maureen Simpson) : 67, 103 Century Old Anzacs : 81 We Must 'Follow-Up' (Advertisem*nt by the American Telephone & Telegraph Company) : 81 The Perfectly True Parable of the Seven Egyptians [Reproduced from The Anzac Book 1916] : 81 William Chatham and Chatham's Post (G R Walpole) : 83 The Border Regiment and Anzac (R K May) : 86 Diary of James Fyfe - Otago Mounted Rifles (attached Maori Battalion) : 87 Mystery Medallion : A Mystery Solved and an Anzac Commemorative Medal (Patricia B Barber) : 84, 88 Anzac Bluff - Perth (L Chandler) : 89 Outcast Anzac Honoured – Hugo (Jim) Throssell VC (D Hunt) : 97 General Sir John Monash – An Appreciation (M D Robson) : 100 Anzac Centre, Harefield Hospital : 102 Special Service of Remembrance at Sutton Veny School : 103 HMS Anzac at Anzac Cove : 106 The Lonely Anzac - Sgt. W Hunter (J W Harvey) : 108 Minister Ducks for Cover Again : 109 Anzac Weekend at the Imperial War Museum - The Digger & the Larrikin Live On : 110 Anzac International Tattoo and a Personal Memory (Sgt. J Pickin) : 111 Anzac Cove Painting Price Stuns Experts : 112 Gallipoli Revisited (C Pugsley) : An Assessment of the campaign and its significance to Australia, New Zealand and Turkey : 115 A Photographic Treasure Trove and an Uncle who lies in Gallipoli - Frederick Sharp 3rd Bn. Australian Infantry killed on 25 April 1915 (A G Sharp) : 115 House Names with Gallipoli Connections - Anzac and Suvla : 116 Anzac Pudding: 116 Anzac – Watson's Pier : 116 Buninyong Poppies (C Hutterer) : 118) Lt. Col. Charles M Macnaghten - 'Fighting Mac’, 4

th Bn. Australian Infantry, (D Hunt & P Smith) :118 ,131

More Stamps with Gallipoli Connections [Iconic Anzac Dishes] : 120 Pte. J Porter : Proud Recipient of Anzac Cottage (A Chapple) : 120 [See also 50, 116, 119] New headstone for Gallipoli Casualty – Pte. Edwin Tompkins, 8

th Bn. Australian Inf.:121, 123, [see also

124 & 129] The Archaeology of Anzac Cove (R Pike) : 121 Bourne, Basil W. - Died on 50

th Anniversary Tour [Photograph of grave in Consular Cemetery] : 121

My Journey to Gallipoli – Tracing Pte. 1422 William Pritchard 4th Bn. AIF (Carol Sach) : 122, 124

‘Clewer Man in the Anzacs’ - 3rd

Bde Ammunition Column, Australian Field Artillery : 122 New Anzac Award instituted in New Zealand (see also Henderson, Richard) : 123 ‘Hooky Walker – The English General’ [Maj. Gen. Sir Harold Walker 1

st Australian Div.] (P Burness): 123

An Unusual Memorial - The Anzac Memorial Bridge, Kaiparoro, New Zealand (D Caves) : 123 Project Beneath Gallipoli – underwater survey of wreck sites (Tim Smith) : 126, 127 Road improvement works at Anzac Cove : 127 Archaeological Survey between Lone Pine and Quinn’s Post : 127, 133 Bill Ross, Pioneer – 10

th Bn. Australian Infantry (Peter Ross) : 127

New Anzac Commemorative Centre at Albany, WA (A Kapteijn) : 128

‘One of Ten Thousand’ - Pte. Henry J Wright, 14th Bn. Australian Infantry (Ken Wright) : 128

Australia’s Bad Characters on Gallipoli (P Stanley) : 128 An Original Anzacs’ Dinner (S Kleinig) : 129,130 [See also Gallipoli Legion of Anzacs & Gallipoli Gazette] The Monmouth Sappers, 5

th Siege Coy. Royal Monmouthshire R.E. (B Jarvis) : 130

The Snipers’ Nest Raid (Ian Gill) : 130 Sniping at Gallipoli (W Olson) : 133 Archaeological Survey of ANZAC Battle sites (B Stefancyk) : 133 Anzac Book, The Army Biscuits (from The Anzac Book by O E Burton) : 58 The Perfectly True Parable of the Seven Egyptians (from The Anzac Book by A Alcorn) : 81 Anzac Day [see also Gallipoli Day] [Note: This is only selection of reports of Anzac Day commemorations. Other reports can normally be

found in the Autumn issue of The Gallipolian for the relevant year] Anzac Day 1984 in Australia (Maj. E H W Banner) : 4 Anzac Day 1973 (Maj. T Verschoyle) : 12 Anzac Day 1980 (J H Bentham) 33 From 'Down Under' (S W Blythman) : 33 Anzac Day at Lone Pine 1981 : 36 Anzac Day - Gallipoli 1983 (A Burgin) : 42 Anzac Day 1984 in Australia : 45 Sad Loss for Anzac Day. (from The West Australian) : 51 The Essence of the Battle [Anzac Day – Gallipoli :1986] (R Kerridge) : 52 Anzac Day 1990 (J Gearing) : 63 80th Anniversary on the Peninsular (M. Kemal Yilmaz) : 78 Gallipoli Day 1997 on Gallipoli : 84 Anzac Day (H Hardy) : 90 Anzac Day in Malta (J Mizzi) : 90 Anzac Day in Melbourne (R Martin) : 90 Anzac Day in Jerusalem (M D Robson) : 96, 99, 102 Anzac Day at Sutton Veny – Poems by children from Sutton Veny P.S. (Nicky Barnard) : 96 Address written for the troops by Sir John Monash in 1918 : 96 Anzac Day Sydney 1998. The One Day (G Moorhouse) : 97 Anzac Day in Dublin (A P Quinn) : 99, 102, 105, 108, 111 Anzac Day in Gallipoli 1923 [Daily Mail - 27 April 1923] : 99 Anzac Day in Melbourne (D Morley) : 102 Australian War Memorial – Address by Sen. A Ferguson at the first Dawn Service : 105 Anzac Parade in Hawaii – Marines Pause to Remember : 105 A Road to Remembrance – 350 km Charity Walk from Istanbul to Anzac Cove : C Shanahan : 105 HMS Anzac at Anzac Cove : 106 Anzac Day at Bamain, Afghanistan : 108 Anzac Day in Adelaide South Australia 2006. A Personal Experience (J Harvey) : 111 The Most Memorable Experience of a Lifetime Anzac Day at Gallipoli 2006 (G Snowden) : 111 Anzac Day in Bucharest : 114 25 April in Newfoundland (D Parsons) : 115 [Reports also appear in earlier issues] Anzac Day at Camp Baker (S Rayson): 116 Anzac Day Commemorative Stamps : 117, 118 Buninyong Poppies (C Hutterer) : 118 94

th Anniversary Commemorations in Turkey (J Crowe) : 120

My Anzac Day at Brockenhurst - Impressions and family links (L Maguire) : 123 Anzac Day 2010 - stamps issued by NZ post : 123 21st anniversary of the landings – commemorations in London : 126 Anzac Day at Cronulla, New South Wales (Diana Whayman) : 128 Anzac Day Commemorations on Lemnos (J Claven) : 130 Archaeology The Archaeology of Anzac Cove (R Pike) : 121 Archaeological Survey between Lone Pine and Quinn’s Post : 127, Archaeological Survey of ANZAC Battle sites – update on the above (B Stefancyk) : 133 Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders A Gallipoli commemoration in memory of the 1/5th Bn. Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders who fell on 12 July 1915 : 133 [Reports on subsequent commemorations are not indexed but normally appear in the Winter issue]

Ark Royal, HMS

HMS Ark Royal - Gallipoli & After (J Welch) : 89

Armenian Question Britain, Gallipoli and the Armenian Question (Col. C K Mahakian) : 51 Decision at Gallipoli (Noriar Dikran) : 53

Armoured Cars - see RNAS and RN Armoured Cars

Army Ordnance Corps

Gundel William Dietrich, Armourer Staff Sergeant (R G Mansell) : 77

Army Service Corps Lt-Col. Arthur Rennison DSO, Indian Mule Corps (Maj. H Jenner) : 102 ‘With the British at the Dardanelles’ - A motorcyclist making his toilet [Central News Photograph]: 115 Before Gallipoli – A Photographic Record by Cpl. Frank Lowthian ASC (J Lowthian): 123 Art & Artists Ellis Silas. Artist at Gallipoli (Julie Russell) : 55 A Sculptor with the 29th Division - Capt. Charles Sargeant Jagger (D Saunders) : 56 Ray Ewers - Sculptor : 65 Gallipoli Prints : Sale of prints by the New Zealand War Artist, Horace Moore-Jones : 75 'The River Clyde' Painting on the cover of The Gallipolian : 78 Three War Artists at Gallipoli (P Ford) : 86 A Very Special Painting : 88 Gallipoli Through the Eyes of Turkish Artists (Ibrahim Aksu/G Lee) : 94 Anzac Donkey. A Painting (Lucy Merriman) : 110 Anzac Cove Painting Price Stuns Experts : 112 Horace Moore-Jones - Painting of 'Simpson and his Donkey' sold despite controversy: 114 Another View of the River Clyde – Sale of Painting : 116 Gallipoli Painting Competition (G Lee) : 119 Capt. Charles Sargeant Jagger : Gallipoli and his War Art (D Cohen) : 119 A Gallipoli Sketch - 87

th Field Ambulance Camp, Gulley Beach by Major A P Hope-Simpson: 128

Robert Gibbings – Artist and Gallipoli Veteran (T Daunt): 130 Artillery – see Royal Artillery, Royal Garrison Artillery Ashmead-Bartlett, Elis Elis Ashmead-Bartlett 1881-1931 (R Nichols) : 101 Elis Ashmead-Bartlett 1881-1931 (B Best) : 104 Myth Maker by F& E Brenchley [Book Review]: 110 We Thought it was Ashmead-Bartlett (D Saunders) : 122 Association Nationale Pour le Souvenir des Dardanelles et Fronts d'Orient Association Nationale ... – Commemoration on the Gallipoli Campaign : 90, 94, 100 Visit of the Association Nationale ... to Senegal (Jean-Claude Lis) : 99 September in Salonika (Jean-Claude Lis) : 104 Paris - March 2005 (Jean Claude Lis) : 108 Pilgrimage to Gallipoli and Salonika : 120 Award of ‘Chevalier de la Legion d’Honneur’ to Madame Stocanne : 129 Ataturk, Kemal Extract from a book These Men I Knew by Rosita Forbes includes an interview with Mustapha Kemal : 16 Funeral of Kemal Ataturk : 93 The Ataturk Memorial Canberra (P Cobb) : 99 Kemal Ataturk’s Words [misquoted on Ataturk Memorial in Canberra] : 124, 125 Visit of Edward VIII in 1934 : 131, 132

Auckland Regiment NZEF Apricot Again! (from The Auckland Regiment by O E Burton) : 89

Lieutenant Julian Cornelius Brook (J Brook) : 110

Australian Imperial Forces (AIF) A Family of 33 at 21. 2nd. Bn. Australian Inf. (Lt. Col. R T Tarrant) : 4, 5 My Gallipoli Effort. 4th. Bn. Australian Inf. (H H Hudson) : 8 The First Australian Imperial Expeditionary Force (G Scott) : 11 Gallipoli's First Anzac Hero - Horace Martyr (M Irwin) : 43 'Dear Brother' - Letters from G A Hill, Machine Gun Section, 7th Bn. Aust. Inf. (J E Price): 57 A Signaller with the Light Horse (J E Price) : 60 Letter from T Jones-Evans , 9th Bn. Australian Infantry : 62 Will Medgett - His Story (W J Medgett) : 70

Westralian Cavalry in the War [History of the 10th Light Horse Regiment]: 95

General Sir John Monash – An Appreciation (M D Robson) : 100 Jack Paul - One of Australia's Best & Bravest (B Dolan) : 101 Arthur Seaforth Blackburn VC, 10th. Bn. AIF (J Harvey) : 101 In the Footsteps of the 4th. Australian Infantry Brigade (G Moran) : 104 Glory-Honour-Valour or Fame? (R Pike) : 105 Gallipoli Campaign Hospitals (P Gariepy) : 110 Visiting Uncle Jack - Gallipoli September 2005 : 110 Australian Patients Military Hospital, Valletta, Malta (Photograph) : 111 The Diaries of Lt. Ralph Dorchel Doughty MC, 1st Field Artillery Brigade (P Kivell) : 118 Lt. Col. Charles M Macnaghten - 'Fighting Mac’, 4

th Bn. Australian Infantry, (D Hunt & P Smith) :118 ,131

My Journey to Gallipoli – Tracing Pte. 1422 William Pritchard 4th Bn. AIF (Carol Sach) : 122, 124

Pte. Edwin Tompkins, 8th Bn. Australian Infantry :121, 123, 124, 129

Clewer Man in the Anzacs’ - 3rd

Bde Ammunition Column, Australian Field Artillery : 122 ‘Hooky Walker – The English General’ [Maj. Gen. Sir Harold Walker 1

st Australian Div.] (P Burness): 123

The Collie Boys (Collie WA), 11th Bn. Australian Infantry (Ian Gill) : 126

The Jack Barlow Story , 3rd

Bn. Australian Infantry (Judy Kenny) :126 Bill Ross, Pioneer – 10

th Bn. Australian Infantry (Peter Ross) : 127

‘One of Ten Thousand’ - Pte. Henry J Wright, 14th Bn. Australian Infantry (Ken Wright) : 128

Australia’s Bad Characters on Gallipoli (P Stanley) : 128 The Norfolk Island War Memorial [Allen Fletcher Buffett 3

rd Bn. AIF] : 128, 129

One Careless Movement – You’re Dead (Ken Wright) : 129 Sniping at Gallipoli (W Olson) : 133

Australian War Memorial, Canberra The Australian War Memorial (R A Haley) : 35 Australian War Memorial Anniversary Oration (L Carlyon) : 112 Some News from the Australian War Memorial : 113

Australian War Memorial, Hyde Park, London The Australian War Memorial in London : 101, 103, Australian War Memorial – Address by Sen. A Ferguson at the first Dawn Service : 105

Ayrshire Yeomanry The Ayrshire Yeomanry on Gallipoli (Col. Lord Rowallan) : 12 Proud Trooper Converted to P.B.I. (A Barclay) : 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 35, 37

B

Bacchante, HMS Anzac Remembered (Capt. C Bush, formerly Midshipman, HMS Bacchante): 7 Admiral De Robeck's Farewell Speech to HMS Bacchante : 11 January 1916 : 46 Number of Shells Fired : 11 February -10 December 1915 : 47 Sarajevo to Gallipoli (Lynne Merrin) : 98 Reference to a ‘lady spy’ in a diary kept by a member of the crew of HMS Bacchante: 126 Baker, Tpr. Francis Douglas, Letters from Gallipoli - Tpr. Francis D Baker, 1/1 Royal Devon Yeomanry : 125 Baker, SQMS, Percy John, Remembering Three Sussex Yeomen : 128 Balloons ‘Telling the Navy where to Shoot’ – Captive Balloons [Central Press Photograph] : 115 Bamford, CSM. William E A Gallipoli Casualty – CSM W Bamford 1/6

th Bn. Lancashire Fusiliers: 130

Banknotes 'Bradburys,' [Overprinted Banknotes] : 6, 7 Dardanelles Banknotes : 11 The John Bradbury (M Nolan):126, 127 Banner, Maj. E H W The Long Memory of the War Office : 17 In The Beginning (Vicky Banner) [Biographical information on Maj. E C W Banner and the 50th Anniversary Pilgrimage in 1965] : 87 Edgar's Miniature Medals [Sold on E.Bay] : 103 Edgar Banner TD – Founding Father of the Gallipoli Association (D Empson) : 111 Founder’s Medals donated to the Association : 123, 125 [Note : Other articles by Major Banner – mainly about the founding of the Association - can be found elsewhere under the appropriate subject heading] Barker, Major. Godfrey Major Godfrey Barker, Drake Bn, RMLI, Royal Naval Division (P Harland) : 124 Barlow, Lt. Jack The Jack Barlow Story , 3

rd Bn. Australian Infantry. - (Judy Kenny) :126

Barnes, Pte. Thomas Pte. Thomas Barnes (E Barnes) : 69

Bassett, Cyril VC

Cyril Bassett, VC Remembered : 99

Battle Badges 29

th Division Battle Badge : 124

Battlefield Relics Material Reminders of Gallipoli. Battlefield Relics (Prof. L T Slade) : 36 ‘How to deal with Human Bones found on the Gallipoli battlefield’ (Letter from G Pinar and CWGC response) : 122

Beadles, George

George Beadles – Some Questions (S Beadles) : 98

Bean, C E W Firewood Gathering (from Gallipoli Mission) : 61 Gallipoli Mission - Plum Jam : 62 The C E W Bean Foundation : 97

Bedfordshire Regiment

A Register of the Fallen (P Gariepy) : 72

'Beetles' The Dardanelles (H F J Higgs) : 25 Can you Help Save a Beetle? : 54

Bell-Davies, Richard VC

A Doughty Man of War. Gallipoli Victoria Crosses (D Saunders) : 58

Benn, Oliver Williams Captain Oliver Williams Benn (James Benn) 131

Bennett, Pte. Walter Memories of Serving with the 42nd East Lancashire Fusiliers on Gallipoli : 70

Berkshire Regiment, Royal The Ken Shepherd Archive (C Hague) : 78 A Pilgrimage to the grave of Lt. Leslie Jones in Redoubt Cemetery (R Phillips Jones) : 115 Berkshire Yeomanry The Man with a Shovel. Gallipoli Victoria Crosses (D Saunders) : 54 Trooper Potts Memorial (J D Stott) : 70 The Ken Shepherd Archive (C Hague) : 78 Cpl. Horace Chasney DCM (R Chasney) : 89 Tpr. Fred Potts VC – Two Families United in a Single Act of Bravery (J Cooksey) : 122 Memorial to Tpr. Fred Potts VC in Reading : 127 From Windsor to Harvard via Gallipoli (William A Lawrence II) : 129 Best, The Revd. J Kenneth MC Gallipoli Reminiscences (Rev. J K Best) : 5 The 1967 Pilgrimage to Gallipoli and the Revd. J K Best MC :129 Bidder Clark, Midshipman E. The Landing at Kabu (Gaba) Tepe as seen by Midshipman E Bidder Clark,,HMS Prince of Wales : 125 Birdwood, Lord Meeting with Lord Birdwood (R Horwood) : 78 Two General Birdwood Stories (M Orchard) : 116 Biography A Dictionary of Gallipoli Biography – An invitation to Participate? (D Saunders): 125 Blackburn, 2/Lt. Arthur Seaforth VC 2/Lt. Arthur S Blackburn, VC, 10th. Bn. AIF (J Harvey) : 101 A Hero's Vision Revealed [Discovery of photographs with links to Arthur Blackburn VC] : 116

Blackmoor, Hants

The War Memorial at Blackmoor, Hants (Jennie Stringer) : 101

‘Blake’ The Gallipoli Tortoise : 130

Blandford, Dorset Royal Naval Division Pipe Band at Blandford 1914 (Photograph) : 110 Donation of Historic Royal Naval Division items to Blandford Town Museum : 115

Blizzard, The The Great Blizzard (H E Slaymaker) : 7 The Blizzard : Some Experiences of a Field Ambulance (R Murphy) : 84

Boats v Horses

Boats v Horses : 108

Boer War, The Boer War Veterans at Gallipoli (J Harvey) : 91 A Boer War Veteran at Gallipoli – Capt. William (Bill) Hardman VC, Wellington Mounted Rifles (Revd. Dr. F Glen) : 92

Bombardment/Gunnery [see also Guns] Naval Gunnery at Gallipoli : 51 The Munitions Myth (M E Occleshaw) : 52 Naval Bombardment in support of the Army (Cmdr. H J Brooke) : 73 Carl Muhlmann : The Effect of Allied Naval Fire at Gallipoli. A Newly Discovered Letter, (M Pavelec & Dr. T H E Travers) : 88 Bosporus Bombarded. (J C Welch) : 104

Bombs Notes on the Use of Bombs in the Suvla-Anzac Area : Aug-Oct 1915 (Lt. Col. M E Hanco*ck) : 51 Tickler’s Artillery (R Langham) with re-print of article by Lt. Col. Hanco*ck which appeared in No. 51 : 132

Books [see also Book Reviews] The Gallipoli Gamble : Extract from book presented to Sir Winston Churchill (L Lawrence) : 10 Read All About It - Recommended Book List (G H Burtoft) : 14 Books on the Gallipoli Campaign (B Wyatt) : 55 Bibliography of Memorial Volumes of the Great War (B Wyatt) : 94 Westralian Cavalry in the War [History of the 10

th Light Horse Regiment]: 95

Tell England : Ernest Raymond - A brief background to the novel and some insights to the war service of its author and short introduction to the film based on the book (P Dutton) : 97 Two Books for Children : 98 A Forgotten Gallipoli Novel - The Path of Glory (R Pike) : 106 Encyclopaedia of War Movies (T Brooks) : 113 A Dictionary of Gallipoli Biography – An invitation to Participate? (D Saunders) : 125 Border Regiment Cease Fire (R Hough) : 2 My Gallipoli Story (Sgt. S Evans) : 44, 45, 46 Two Sons of the Border Regiment : 70 1st. Bn. No. 3 Platoon, A Company, at Gallipoli (Lt. Col. C Elderton) : 70 Sons of the Regiment [1st. Bn. Border Regt.] (L Chandler) : 84 The Border Regiment and Anzac (R K May) : 86 Unique Memorial at RMC Sandhurst. [Major George C Brooke 1st Bn. The Border Regiment]: 90 The Experiences of an Officer at Gallipoli, 25 April - 24 August 1915 (R K May) : 92 A Cotswold Churchyard [Headstone commemorating Capt. James T Blount-Dinwiddie] : 105 'All These Fine Fellows' [See 'Book Reviews'] : 116 Peninsula Press (No. 26) – 15 June 1915 : 126 X Beach : 25 April – 3 May. An account by Capt. A J Ellis, 1

st Bn. The Border Regiment :128

Boston, Lincolnshire Memorial plaque to commemorate the Gallipoli Campaign funded by the Gallipoli Association : 129, 131, 132

Bottomley, Horatio The Ghosts of Gallipoli. From the Sunday Pictorial 16 January 1916 : 41

Bosporus, The

Bosporus Bombarded (J C Welch) : 104

Boston, Lincolnshire Memorial plaque in Veterans’ Way : 129, 131,132 Bourne, Basil Wood Died on 50

th Anniversary Tour [Photograph of grave in Consular Cemetery] : 121

Boyle, Lt-Cdr. Edward Courtney VC Gallipoli Victoria Crosses: 56

'Bradburys' – see Banknotes

Bradshaw, Tpr. R G.

A Precious Photograph (M Sugarman) : 96

Brayley, Capt. C E W. Extracts from Letters Home, 1915 : 11, 12

Bristol

Port of Bristol to Gallipoli (W G Neale) : 60

Britain-Australia Society

The Britain-Australia Society : 95, 126

Brockenhurst – New Zealand links My Anzac Day at Brockenhurst - Impressions and family links by L Maguire : 123 Bromley, Capt (Temp. Major) Cuthbert VC The Life and Letters of Captain (Temp. Major) Cuthbert Bromley VC (C Summerson) : 120, 121

Brook, Lt. Julian C Lieutenant Julian Cornelius Brook (J Brook) : 110

Brooke, Rupert Rupert Brooke Centenary : 54 Rupert Brooke Society : 91, 93 Was It the Mosquito or the Spider that Killed Rupert Brooke? (L Sellers) : 107 The Life & Selected Works of Rupert Brooke (J F Turner) : 107 Rupert Brooke Statue : 111 Rupert Brooke in Wisden (D Saunders) : 121

Brothers The Brothers Kilroy (T Brooks) : 59 Killed on the Same Day (R G Mansell) : 76 A Tribute to Three Brothers : 108 John Childs Morris : 109

Buchan, John A 1935 Summary of the Gallipoli Campaign: 114 The King's Grace 1910 –1935 : 114

Buckinghamshire Yeomanry

Memoirs of a Buckinghamshire Yeoman (F Lunnon) : 69

Buffett, Pte. Alan F Pte. Alan Fletcher Buffett, 3

rd Bn. AIF. Commemorated on the Norfolk Island War Memorial : 128

Bunday, Fred Legion d'Honneur : 90 Centurion : 94 Fred Bunday: 100, 101 Burge, Lt. Col. Norman O, RMLI Lt. Col. Norman O Burge – A Significant Figure in the Gallipoli Campaign (C Newbery) : 122

Burma Military Police Basgbir Yakha Subedar : 113

Bursaries [see Gallipoli Memorial Bursaries and Speeches] –

Bury, Lancs. 1977 Commemoration Service and March-Past (G B Horridge) : 24 The Fallen of Bury Grammar School (M Hone) : 119 Gallipoli Gardens and New Fusiliers Regimental Museum, Bury (C Summerson) : 120 Geoffrey Moorhouse (1931 – 2009) Obituary : 122

Butler, Maj-Gen. S

'You 'ave been amongst the Biscuits' - Some Memories of Gallipoli : 106

C

Cameron, Gnr. Hugh

Photograph - Highland Mountain Gunners at Gallipoli (M M Morrison & I Hamilton) : 113

Cameronians, The (Scottish Rifles) 7th & 8th Bns. at Gallipoli - 28 June 1915 (D McCarthy) : 58 Donald Bland Memorial Bursary Article - The Battle of Gully Ravine 28 June 1915 : 112

The Diary of Pte. Jack Anderson, B Coy., 1/7th Bn., The Cameronians : 125 Campbell, Alec William Eight from Tasmania : 60 Anzac Day (H Hardy) : 90 Alec William Campbell : The Last Sentinel of Gallipoli : 99 Campbell, Victor L A Antarctic & Gallipoli (W D Parsons) : 75 The Wicked Mate : 108 Canakkale/Chanak/Chanak Affair Old Postcards & Photographers of Canakkale : 102 Chanak Postcard : 112 The Landing on Gallipoli – 1918. Article in the Balkan News (11.12.18) about the allied occupation: 125 Letters from Gallipoli (1920) – Lieut. Cmdr. W T Curtis RN, HMS Benbow: 127

Canopus, HMS Midshipman Reginald Malet de Carteret (23.1.1898 to 31.5.1916) : (E Malet de Carteret) : 111

Canterbury Battalion, NZEF Pte. F T Cole, Canterbury Bn. - 'From Somerset to Gallipoli via New Zealand (J House) : 116 The Diary of an ANZAC : Major Kenneth Gresson, Canterbury Infantry Regiment (I Nelson) :133

Canterbury Mounted Rifles (NZEF)

Gallipoli Revisited in 1918 (C Townsend) : 109

Cantrell, Pte. Charles W

Photograph of grave of Pte. C W Cantrell, 1/6th. Bn., Macclesfield Cemetery : 113

Cartoons The Australian : 105 Caricatures of the Gallipoli Campaign in the Turkish Press 1915-1916 (O F Bilkan/H E Avci) : 105 Cartoon (The Advertiser 14 Oct 2005) : 109 (1) Remembering Gallipoli (The Daily Express). (2) What England Remembers at the Dardanelles, The Literary Digest : 114 ‘He Certainly Was a Tough Old Bird’ (Columbus Dispatch) : 121 ‘Gallipoli – And After’ (Punch) : 124 Carver, Col. Richard Oswald Hobart A connection with Field Marshal, Lord Montgomery : 116 Casualties Lost at Gallipoli (W J Jessup) : 12 Some Casualty Returns (T W Brooks) : 55 A Register of the Fallen (P Gariepy) : 72, 79 Gallipoli Casualties (P Gariepy) : 96, 98 Gallipoli Casualties - A Continuing Myth (Maj. & Mrs. T Holt) : 108 29

th Division after 5½ months at Gallipoli – return of officers and other ranks : 126

CD ROM/DVD First to Fall : 93

Armies of the Crown CD-Rom (Regimental Histories of the British Army and Regiments and Corps of the British Empire and Commonwealth 1758 – 1993) : 97 The Great War : 97 Soldiers/Officers' Died in the Great War : 99 Official History of the Great War – Military Operations Other Theatres CD-ROM : 100 Oh! It's A Lovely War CD - A Review : 101 Skies of Gallipoli on DVD : 106 Mapping the Front – Gallipoli Maps on DVD : 117

The Gallipolian – 40th Anniversary DVD : 119, 121

The 1915/16 'X' Lighters - X127 found in Marsamxette Harbour, Malta [DVD] (D Mallard) : 120 Gallipoli 1915 ‘X’ Lighters’ [DVD] (D Mallard): 123 (1) Oldham Evening Chronicle (1914 – 19); (2) The Oldham Battalion of Comrades; Cotton Town Comrades; and Amateur Soldiers ; 123 Salonika Trench Map CD published by the Salonika Campaign Society: 125

Cemeteries - Gallipoli A Lone Grave (D Saunders) : 49 Gallipoli Peninsula - The Cemeteries : 59 Dawn at Ari Burnu (J W Tanner) : 78 Ari Burnu : 88 Plugge's Plateau : 89 Stonehenge to Twelve Tree Copse (N Cherry) : 96 Green Hill Cemetery (Photograph) : 110 Visiting Uncle Jack - Gallipoli September 2005 : 110 Consular Cemetery – Grave of Basil W Bourne who died on 50

th Anniversary Tour : 121

President of the Irish Republic visits Gallipoli and unveils a memorial at Green Hill Cemetery : 123 Lemnos and the Great War [Lemnos hospitals and cemeteries] : 124 Shrapnel Valley Cemetery – Postcard sent in the 1930s: 129 Akbas Turkish Cemetery (Guven Pinar) : 133

Cemeteries - Elsewhere Patrick Churchyard, Isle of Man. Some Corner of a Foreign Field (Margery West) : 76 Putney Vale Cemetery : 88 Mount Scopus, Israel. Today We Keep Alive the Spirits of the Dead (M D Robson) : 102 A Ramleh Reverie (M D Robson) : 105 A Distant Turkish Martyrs' Cemetery (G Pinar) : 106 Macclesfield Cemetery : 113 Portianos Cemetery, West Mudros : 130 Census, 1901 An Introduction (N Pollitt) : 98 Centenary 2015 When should we commemorate the centenary? (M Murray) : 129 Establishment of Gallipoli 100 Sub-Committee. Text of a speech given by Lt. Col. Gordon Birdwood to the 2013 Gallipoli Association Conference : 132 Updates on Centenary Plans : 133 ‘Gallipoli Dawn’ – a new daffodil named in commemoration of the Gallipoli Campaign : 133

Chadwick, R C When I was a Boy – First Class : 22

Chaplains [see Royal Army Chaplains Department] Chapman Pte. H J, Who was Harry? (M Chapman). Letter to a former comrade in ‘A’ Coy. 2/3

rd Bn Royal Fusiliers : 128.

Chasney, Cpl. Horace DCM Cpl. Horace Chasney DCM (R Chasney) : 89

Chatham's Post William Chatham and Chatham's Post (C R Walpole) : 83

Chatterton, E Keble 'Orses With 'Orns (from Dardanelles Dilemma) : 76

Chelmer, HMS

Log of Midshipman Ronald Dent (Ed. R L Martin) : 89

Cheshire Regiment

Commemoration of Pte. C W Cantrell, 1/6th. Bn. in Macclesfield Cemetery (Photograph) : 113

Childers, Erskine Riddle of the Sands [Reference to Erskine Childers serving at Gallipoli in the biography – Dangerous Waters : The Life and Death of Erskine Childers by Leonard Piper] : 114

Chocolate Hill Cease Fire – 12 August 1915 (R Hough) : 2

Christmas 1915 Gallipoli Christmas (Extract from Lost Endeavour by Charles Watkins) : 4 Christmas Shilling Gift – Appeal in the Poverty Bay Herald (New Zealand) : 128 Chunuk Bair A Personal Narrative of The Battle of Chunuk Bair (Col. A C Temperley) : 64 The Trenches on the Crest of Chunuk (from 'The New Zealanders Gallipoli' by Maj. F Waite) : 65 The Volunteers : 97 Road Works between Lone Pine and Chunuk Bair :119 In the Footsteps of the 6

th Gurkha Rifles (C Scott MacKirdy) : 127

Churches with Gallipoli Links St Peter's Church,Theberton, Suffolk : 119 [See also Doughty-Wylie, Lt-Col. C H M, VC] Christ Church, Herne Bay - Laying-up of a flag flown over Gallipoli during the occupation 1920-23 : 126 Churchill, Winston S The Gallipoli Gamble : Extract from book presented to Sir Winston Churchill (L Lawrence) : 10 Return to Gallipoli : 63 Fisher & Churchill - How Far Did their Stormy Relationship Contribute to the Failure of the Assault on the Dardanelles? (C Parker) : 89 Clan Macrae, HMT Log Book for sale. (R Pike) : 121

Clan Macgillivray SS The Clan Macgillivray (J Young) : 57

Cloth Unit Signs Cloth Unit Signs of the Great War (D Bilton) ; 55 Coates, Pte. Henry The story behind two crosses placed in the Field of Remembrance (D Lockwood) : 127

Code, John Henry DCM John Henry Code DCM [Blue Plaque] : 98

co*ke, Sub-Lt. Hon. Arthur Collingwood Memorial Address – 2 June 2006 (Col. M Hickey) : 111 Cole, Pte. F T, From Somerset to Gallipoli via New Zealand (J House) : 116 Collie, Western Australia The Collie Boys, 11

th Battalion AIF - Photograph and Research (Ian Gill) : 126

Collingwood Bn. [see also RND] Collingwood Corner (R Adam) : 71 Collingwood Memorial - Fifty Years On : 92 Collingwood Act of Remembrance : 10 Collinwood – Lt. Cmdr. W M Annand and (son) Capt. Richard Annand VC : 110 Collingwood Memorial (Photograph) : 110 Collingwood Memorial Address - 2 June 2006 (Col. M Hickey) : 111 Collingwood Memorial Address - 1 June 2007 (Col. M Hickey) : 114 Collingwood Battalion - Voyage from Devonport to Mudros on HMS Ivernia :114

Commonwealth War Graves Commission Anzac Rest House on Gallipoli : 31 The Commonwealth War Graves Commission at Gallipoli (J Midgley) : 59 Commemoration in Perpetuity and the Internet : 88 CWGC - Historic Visit to Gallipoli : 90 The Imperial War Graves Commission in Gallipoli 1920-22 (J Wadeson) : 97 From the Bottom Up – Restoring the Helles Memorial : 120 Response to letter from G Pinar on how to deal with Human Bones found on the Gallipoli Battlefields: 122

Connaught Rangers Connaught Rangers Association Formed : 102 Early Career of Lt-Col. H F N Jourdain (O Fallon) : 104 Colonel H F N Jourdain - The Connaught Rangers on Gallipoli (O Fallon) : 110 [See also poetry by Harry Moody, 5th Bn. Connaught Rangers]

Conservation Volunteers, Australia Buninyong Poppies (C Hutterer) :118

Cosgrove, Cpl. William VC Cpl. William Cosgrove VC (T Moloney) : 78 An Irish Giant who hated to be fussed over ( T Moloney) : 107

Cotton, Pte. Billy (senior), A Gallipoli Connection (D Saunders) :118

Courtney's Post Greetings from Anzac - Recollections of Courtney's Post (B Carroll) : 55

Coventry 1

st Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers at Coventry (Dr T Moloney) : 133

Coxon, Capt. Cedric

5th. Bn. Norfolk Regt (Lt-Cmdr. A J D Coxon) : 92

Craufurd-Stuart, Lt-Col. Charles Kennedy Lt-Col. Charles Kennedy Craufurd-Stuart, CVO CBE DSO (Lt-Col. J I Craufurd-Stuart) : 84 Creighton, The Rev'd Oswin A Chaplain's Experience at Gallipoli (A Crooks) : 120

Cricket Capt. Harold Wright. Where is He Commemorated? (from Wisden Book of Obituaries) : 68, 69

One Day Cricket 1915-2001 (M D Robson) : 96

Crime/Criminals Australia’s Bad Characters on Gallipoli (P Stanley) : 128

Cripps, Maj. P H Gallipoli. My Hectic 6-7 Weeks in May-June 1915 : 14

Crisp, Pte. William G

Crisp (1892-1968), 2nd Bn. South Wales Borderers : 107

Crump-Dorman, Capt. Edward, Royal Munster Fusiliers Hold on and Die Like Irishmen! : 116

Cyprus Gallipoli Campaign Hospitals (P Gariepy) : 110

D

Daffodil A Lost Daffodil (Narcissi) named 'Gallipoli' : 68, 69, 95, 98 Searching for Mozart : 108 ‘Gallipoli Dawn’ – a new daffodil named in commemoration of the Gallipoli Campaign : 133 Dardanelles 'In the Dardanelles' (The Carmarthen Journal 1915) : 62 Dardanelles Commission - Statement by Lt. Col. The Hon. A G A Hore-Ruthven, VC, DSO, Welsh Guards, GSO 1/62nd (West Riding) Division, Late General Staff, Mediterranean Expeditionary Force : 93 The Dardanelles Driveller : 116 The Dardanelles in the House of Commons [Reference to the 1916 Royal Commission during a debate on Iraq in 2007] : 116 General Hunter-Weston's Appreciation of the Dardanelles Expedition (E Balmer) : 116 With the Dardanelles Expedition : Heroes of Gallipoli – A Lost Fragment of Film : 116 Air effort over Gallipoli – A brief look at the Air Campaign over the Dardanelles (R Colon) : 119 An Act of Remembrance on the Dardanelles (S Bromage) : 130

Dartmouth, HMS

Patrolling off The Peninsula (W G Cave) : 20

Dawes, Able Seaman, L A

Diary of the Cruise of HMS Euryalis August 1914 to August 1917 : 87

Dawnay, Guy

Guy Dawnay & the Evacuation of Gallipoli : 65

de Robeck, Admiral Sir J M

Farewell Speech to HMS Bacchante 11 Jan 1916 : 46

de Vaisseaux, Contre-Admiral L Lucas Souvenirs of Contre-Admiral L Lucas then Enseigne de Vaisseaux - A Soldier's Tale in the Dardanelles (W G McHugh) ; 98

Deal Bn., RMLI [See also Royal Naval Division and RMLI]

Some Lighter Moments (J Clements) : 48

Dent, Midshipman Robert

Log of Midshipman Ronald Dent (Ed. R L Martin) : 89

Dearmer, Geoffrey The Turkish Trench Dog (G Dearmer) : 55 A Centenarian : 71 Obituary : 82 The Great War Poet who lived the Longest – Some Recollections (T Grange-Bennett) : 101

Death Plaque Offer

CSM James H Yates, 1/5th Lancashire Fusiliers : 106

Dersingham, St Nicholas Church Memorial Service for ‘All the Kings Men’ and 5

th Norfolks : 127 [Note: This service was held annually on

the Sandringham Estate at West Newton until 2009 when it transferred to Dersingham. Reports are not indexed but can be found in the Winter editions] Diaries Diary of Pte. John J Goate, Machine Gun Section, 5th Royal Scots (April- May 1915) : 91 The Diaries of Lt. Ralph Dorchel Doughty MC, 1

st Field Artillery Bde. AIF (P Kivell) : 118

The Diary of Pte. Jack Anderson, B Coy. 1/7th Battalion The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles). 125 Extract from the book, The Mountains of Moab (by J Godrich), based on the diary kept by Cpl. E V Godrich during his service at Gallipoli with the Worcestershire Yeomanry : 132 (Part 1), 133 (Part 2) The Diary of an ANZAC : Major Kenneth Gresson, Canterbury Infantry Regiment (I Nelson) :133 Diving The 1915/16 'X' Lighters. X127 found in Marsamxette Harbour, Malta [DVD] (D Mallard) : 120 More on ‘X’ Lighters [DVD] (D Mallard) : 123 Project Beneath Gallipoli – underwater survey of wreck sites (Tim Smith) : 126, 127 The Enemy I Respect : HMS E14 (S Karakas) : 130 Found – Hospital Barge used at Gallipoli found in the Grand Harbour, Malta (D Mallard): 133

Divisions – British Army 11th Division - Night Operations with 11th Division (Lt. R Hough) : 14

24th Division - The 24th Division Memorial : 106

29th Division - A 'Medicals' Memories : 11th CCS, 29th Division (F H King) : 20, 29 29th Division - The Incomparable Twenty-Ninth : 29 29th Division Memorial Service, Eltham - 1981 : 36 29th Division - A Sculptor with the 29th. Division (D Saunders) : 56 29th Division - Maj. Gen. Aylmer Hunter-Weston. A Personal Note to Each Man of the 29th Division : 80 29th Division - Diary of John J Goate (5th Bn) Machine Gun Section, 29th Division April- May 1915 : 91 29th Division - 'The Immortal 29th' - Eighty Five Years On : 92 29th Division Memorial Rededicated : 97 [Note: Reports on subsequent commemorations are not indexed] 29th Division - The Story Behind the Monument : 109 29

th Division - Battle Badge : 124

29th Division after 5½ months at Gallipoli – return of officers and other ranks : 126

42nd (East Lancashire) Division - A Short History of the 42nd Division at Gallipoli (G B Horridge) : 28 42nd (East Lancashire) Division - The Attack of 4 June Reconsidered (M E Occleshaw) : 54 42nd (East Lancashire) Division - L/Cpl. George Pollitt DCM, 1/2nd Field Coy. RE (N Pollitt) : 69 62nd (West Riding) Division - Statement by Lt. Col. The Hon. A G A Hore-Ruthven, VC, DSO, Welsh Guards, GSO 1/62nd (West Riding) Division, Late General Staff, Mediterranean Expeditionary Force : 93

Dixon, Midshipman D Sarajevo to Gallipoli (Lynne Merrin) : 98

Donkeys & Mules - see Animals at Gallipoli

Dorset Yeomanry Letter 'From Somewhere in Gallipoli' (B H A Eames) : 11, 13, 19 Strange Coincidence (E V Shepard) : 17 Memorial window commemorating Lt. Sir Thomas Evans Keith Lees :126

Dorsetshire Regiment My Spell on Gallipoli (S Hibberd) : 22 L/Cpl. Hugh Parmiter. A Tribute at Last (R Adam) : 86

Doughty, Lt. Ralph Dorchel The Diaries of Lt. Ralph Dorchel Doughty MC, 1st Field Artillery Brigade (P Kivell) : 118 Doughty-Wylie, Lt-Col. C H M, VC Request for information about possible visit by widow to grave in 1915 (Capt. E W Bush) : 5 A Lone Grave (D Saunders) : 49 The Doughty-Wylie Gun (D Saunders) : 70, 119, 120

The Cybi Hall and Lt. Col. Doughty Wylie VC : 84 Churches with Gallipoli connections - St Peter's Church Theberton, Suffolk :119 Doughty Wylie, Lily Lily Doughty-Wylie - A Distant Memory (G Kirkpatrick) : 95 Lily Doughty Wylie (T Daunt) : 133 Dover Castle, HMHS Sister Mary Christian Tawney, QAIMNS (C Pittman-Corner) : 122 Dowsing Dowsing at Gallipoli (R Slifierz) : 116

Doyle, Stephen, Pte. 1548 1

st Bn. Lancashire Fusiliers

A Steady Soldier (S Doyle) : 124 Drake Battalion [see also Royal Naval Division] Some Memorable Gallipoli Incidents (A R Peters) : 46 Victor Campbell- Antarctic & Gallipoli (W D Parsons) : 75 Drake Battalion Comforts (from the Eastern Daily Press 1915) : 82 P.O. William Charles Flook, Petty Officer, Drake Bn. Royal Naval Division (N Fear) : 123 Major Godfrey Barker, Drake Bn, RMLI, Royal Naval Division (P Harland) : 124

Drewry, Midshipman George Leslie VC Drewry, Midshipman George Leslie VC : 82

Dublin St. Anne's Church (Martin Staunton) : 74 Gallipoli Names among those Remembered in Belvedere College, Dublin (A P Quinn) : 103 Last from Cape Helles – Dr Andrew J Horne, Trinity College, Dublin RAMC (T Burke) : 105 Francis Ledwidge - New Memorial in Dublin (A P Quinn) : 108 Dr Andrew John Horne RAMC – Medical Career of a Dublin Doctor and Wartime Letters (Tom Burke) :125 ‘Back To Our Past’ events in Dublin : 128, 130 Dublin Castle Gallipoli and Dublin Castle (L & K Edmonds) : 123

Dublin, HMS

First Shot (W G Cave) : 18 Patrolling Off The Peninsula (W G Cave) : 20 My Stories About HMS Dublin (W G Cave) : 22 A Memory of Y Beach (W G Cave) : 23 The Plotting of the Landing Beaches - Late 1914 (A B Grave) 27 HMS Dublin in Two World Wars (W G Cave) : 38 Dublin Fusiliers, Royal Gallipoli - My Hectic 6-7 Weeks in May-July 1915 (Maj. P H Cripps) : 14 Gallipoli Memories (Maj. P G H Cripps) : 32 The Royal Dublin Fusiliers Association (T Burke) : 84 As told to a son by Pte. William Falloon, 1st. Bn. The Royal Dublin Fusiliers: 90 'They Achieved the Impossible' - The Royal Dublin Fusiliers & their Chaplain Fr. Finn – (M Robson) : 91 A Family Trilogy (J Symon) : 96 Dubs at Gallipoli 2001 : 98 A Letter From A Dublin Officer - Lt. J G St. J Ellis : 102 The Tale of a Bloody Handkerchief & the Dublin Fusiliers (B Filbey) : 105

Gallipoli and Dublin Castle (L & K Edmonds) : 123 ‘A Sad Farewell’. Silver bugle won by the ‘Blue Caps’ presented to General Hunter Weston in 1922 : 125 The [7

th Bn.] Dublin Fusiliers Departure from Dublin – May 1915 (T Burke) : 132

Duckworth, 2/Lt. E A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (and on Gallipoli) (C Watkins) : 6

An English Oak : 56 Lt. Duckworth's Last Home : 80 The Oak Tree of Gallipoli (M Irwin & P Duckworth) : 10

Dunbar-Nasmith Admiral M E Admiral Dunbar Nasmith – Permanent Exhibition at Gosport : 91 Biography of Admiral Sir Martin E Dunbar-Nasmith (Oxford Dictionary of National Biography Website) : 115 L/Cpl. Philip D Dutch, Royal Sussex Regiment Letter to the Front – Letter to L/Cpl. Philip D Dutch : 119

E

East Anglian Regional Lunch Report on the First Regional Lunch : 114 [Subsequent reports are not separately indexed. The last lunch took place in 2011]

East Yorkshire Regiment (see Yorkshire Regiment, East) E-11, HMS Return of the Halep nameplate – vessel sank by the E11 (D Dunbar-Nasmith) : 123 E14, HMS Wreck of the E14 found : 129 The Enemy I Respect : HMS E14 (S Karakas) : 130

E-15, HMS 'Never Trust A Fisherman' - Memories of the 2002 Tour (D Hjort) : 101 Some Comments and Further Information on 'Never Trust a Fisherman' (P Nykiel): 102

Eceabat The Respect to History Park, Eceabat : 117

Edgar, HMS When I Was A Boy - First Class (R C Chadwick) : 22 HMS Edgar and the Goeben and Breslau Breakout (R C Chadwick) : 24 A Mediterranean Lullaby near Gallipoli 1915 (R C Chadwick) 31 Operation Drama - HMS Edgar (R C Chadwick) : 63

Edinburgh, City of SS

Aboard SS City of Edinburgh (Maj. E H W Banner) : 26

Edward VIII, King How I First Saw the Late King Edward VIII, Duke of Windsor (W J Jessup) : 9 Visit to Constantinople, meeting with Ataturk and visit to Gallipoli, 1934 : 131,132

Egypt At Camp in Egypt (E Mavor) : 58 Gallipoli Campaign Hospitals (P Gariepy) : 110

Ellis, Capt. A J X Beach : 25 April – 3 May. An account by Capt. A J Ellis, 1

st Bn. The Border Regiment :128

Ellis, Lt. J G St. J, A Letter From A Dublin Officer : 102

Ellis, Silas

Artist at Gallipoli (Julie Russell) : 55

Eltham, London The Gallipoli Memorial Chapel & Lectures at Holy Trinity (Revd. C Lowson) : 56 Holy Trinity Church, Eltham – Gallipoli Chapel Memorial Appeal : 122 Engineers – see Royal Engineers Eski Line A Sapper Recalls (L J Matthews) : 33 [Other articles in this series can be found in 30, 31 and 35] Essex Regiment A Register of the Fallen (P Gariepy) : 72 1st. Essex Ambushed : 108 A Special Review - 'Men of Essex,' Volume 7, 1st. Bn. The Essex Regt : 110 'Remembered with Pride by His Grandsons' - CSM Bernard Steven. Daily Telegraph - In Memoriam : 114 [See also 'Dulce Bellum Inexpertis' and 'Lest We Forget 1914 – 1918 (Gallipoli 1915)' by Capt. D M Penrose 1/7th Essex under 'Poetry'] L/Cpl. W J Humphrey, 1

st Bn. Essex Regiment – War Medals & Memorial Plaque (F Speakman) : 117

Veterans’ Memories – Cpl. E G Abrams, 4th Bn. Essex Regt.: 122

Memorial card – William Henry Marsh 7th Bn Essex Regt.: 127

Europa, HMS

A Pensioner at Gallipoli (J C Welsh) : 79

Euryalus, HMS HMS Euryalus at W Beach (J J Fallon) : 77 Cruise of HMS Euryalus - August 1914 to August 1917. The Diary of AB. L A Dawes : 87 HMS Euryalus and Lancashire Landing - 25 April (H Mallinson) : 100 Chaplain to the HMS Euryalus (J C Welch) : 100

Evacuation, The Who was the Last Man Off? (Maj. C Alvey) : 3 No Knicks This Time! (The Evacuation - 8 January 1916) - (H A J Lamb) : 3 Good-bye Gallipoli (W Corbett Wilkinson) : 5 We Were Nearly Left (J W Traynor) : 5 Evacuation (Cmdr. E Allison Burrows) : 5 Rescue - Suvla (H Hough) : 6 Last Man (Cmdr. H S Ewart) : 9 With the Post-Office Telegraphs at the Evacuation of Suvla (T H Edmunds) : 9 9th. Bn. R. Warwickshire Regt. at the Evacuation of Suvla Bay (H A Hibberd) : 11, 36 Evacuation of Anzac (G L Scott) : 16 Last But not Least (G Dale) : 22 One Helles of a Night (R C Chadwick) : 24 Material Reminders of Gallipoli (Prof. L T Slade) : 36 The Evacuation from Gallipoli (R C Chadwick) : 50 The Evacuation of Gallipoli – The experiences of S Blythman (5th Bn. Wiltshire Regiment) : 51 The Evacuation of Suvla (Brig. Gen. R B Rathbone) : 52 A Night in a Crater, A (G F Clifford) : 56 Ewers Ray (Sculptor) : 65 Guy Dawnay and the Evacuation of Gallipoli : 65 Suvla Departure (R G Lowry) : 67 Last from Cape Helles – Dr Andrew J Horne, Trinity College, Dublin RAMC (T Burke) : 105 ‘Gallipoli Peninsular Evacuated’ [Central News Photograph] : 115 Postcard sent from Vienna following the allied evacuation from Gallipoli : 116

The Last Man Out : 118, 119, 120 Dr Andrew John Horne RAMC – Medical Career and Wartime Letters (Tom Burke) :125

Evans, Sgt. S My Gallipoli Story : 44, 45, 46

Executions Shot at Dawn Memorial - The Gallipoli Three (Rosemary Clarke) : 108 The Gallipoli Three - Another View (F Summerson) : 110 ‘Letter from Gallipoli’ (Lt. Col. Richard Throckmorton) about the execution of Sgt J Robins : 131,132

Exhibitions 75th Anniversary Exhibition : University of Leeds : 62, 64, 65

F

Fallen, The Lost at Gallipoli (W J Jessup) : 12 Some Casualty Returns (T W Brooks) : 55 A Register of the Fallen (P Gariepy) : 72, 79 Casualties, Gallipoli : 96 : 98 Gallipoli Casualties - A Continuing Myth (Maj. & Mrs. T Holt) : 108

Falloon, Pte. William

1st. Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers as told to a son : 90

Farmer, Lce-Sgt. Paul H

Donald Bland Memorial Bursary Article. The Battle of Gully Ravine 28 June 1915 : 112

Fathers and Sons at Gallipoli Sons and Fathers – Lennox Napier (Lt Col. Sir Joseph Napier) : 44 [See also Gallipoli Revisited 1928 under Tours/Visits] A Boy at Gallipoli (Maj. J Ford) : 112

Fiction Ernest Raymond. The Novel & the Film (P Dutton) : 97 Forgotten Gallipoli Novel. The Path of Glory (R Pike) : 106

British Fiction of the First World War (H Cecil) : 114

Field of Remembrance, Westminster Abbey Announcement of Gallipoli Memorial Plot : 96 Report on the First Gallipoli Memorial Plot : 97 [Subsequent reports are not separately indexed] The story behind two crosses placed in the Field of Remembrance (D Lockwood) : 127 'Fighting Mac' Lt. Col. Charles Melville Macnaghten, 4

th Bn. Australian Infantry (D Hunt) :118,131

Films & Filming Gallipoli (Peter Weir) : 38, 39 Filming at Gallipoli (N Anthony) : 42 The Ghost and the Darkness : 83 Tell England : 97 Gallipoli on Film (G Imashev) : 101 Encyclopaedia of War Movies : 114 A Lost Fragment of Film : 116

Finn, Father Gallipoli Reminiscences (Revd. J K Best) : 5 A Request (W R Makinson) : 68 RDF & Their Chaplain Father Finn – 'They Achieved the Impossible' (M Robson) : 90

Fire at Gallipoli Fire at Gallipoli : 75 Duty Under Fire (from Intermission by J Price) : 76 Turkish Restoration Plans following the Fire (M Kemal Yilmaz) : 76 After the Fire (B and B Love) : 78 A Fire on the Gallipoli Peninsula - March 2009 (N Imamoglu) : 120

Fisher, Admiral John (Jackie) Fisher & Churchill. How far did their stormy relationship contribute to the failure of the assault on the Dardanelles? (C Parker) : 89

Flags Transfer of Oldest Flag at the Arc de Triomphe (Jean-Claude Lis) : 98 Hood Ensign Restoration (R Adam): 103, 107 Laying-up of flag flown over Gallipoli during the 1920-23 occupation in Christ Church, Herne Bay : 126

Fleet Air Arm Fleet Air Arm Memorial : 92, 93

Flies Flies [Reproduced from The Secret Battle by A P Herbert] : 69

A Gallipoli Fly Trap (J Page) : 69

Flintshire Territorials - see Royal Welsh Fusiliers

Flood, The The Great Flood & Frost. November -December 1915 (Brig. R B Rathbone) : 6 The Flood (Lt-Col. P J Gething) ; 11 Forecast & Fact (R M Gale) : 28

Flook, PO. William C P.O. William Charles Flook, Drake Bn. Royal Naval Division (N Fear) : 123

Food and Drink Money For Jam (Plum & Apple). Request for Diaries : 20 Mundane Details : Food on Gallipoli (M E Occleshaw) : 47 Army Biscuits (O E Burton) : 58 Plum Jam [From Gallipoli Mission by C E W Bean]: 62 Anzac Biscuits [From M Simpson's 'Australian Cuisine'] : 67 Apricot Again! (from The Auckland Regiment by O E Burton) : 89 Frequent References to Plum Jam (D Hunt) : 94 'You 'ave been amongst the Biscuits,' Some Memories of Gallipoli (Maj. Gen. S Butler) : 106 Anzac Pudding : 116 Dowsing at Gallipoli (R Slifierz) : 116 More Stamps with Gallipoli Connections [Iconic Anzac Dishes] : 120

Ford, Maj. John A Boy at Gallipoli - Major John Ford, RAMC (1899-1994) : 112

Forshaw, Lt. W T,VC Lt. W T Forshaw VC (C Hague) : 76 William Thomas Forshaw VC - The Manchester Regiment (Capt. R A Bonner) : 79 Council Puts A Price on VC's Bravery : 108 William Forshaw VC Remembered : 109

Fovant Badges - see Memorials

Fraser, John (Ian)

John (Ian) Fraser - The Lovat Scouts (Sheila A Fraser) :101

Friends of War Memorials

Friends of War Memorials : 90

French Military and Naval Forces With the French Foreign Legion at Gallipoli (R Heron) : 57 With the French Artillery (from The Draconian by J N B Sergent) : 67 Dardanelles 1915 - Souvenirs of Contre-Amiral L Lucas then Enseigne De Vaisseaux in charge of 305 mm Aft Turret on Board F.S. Gaulois (Vice-Amiral J P Lucas) : 73 Transfer of oldest flag at Arc de Triomphe (Jean-Claude Lis) : 98 Soldiers who died for France during WW1 – Website : Memoir des Hommes (R Pike) : 103 An Attack on the Turks by the 'Singhalese'. (Postcard) : 110

‘French soldiers digging in’ [Central News Photograph] ; 119 The Mysteries of Zimmerman’s Farm - A Field Kitchen? and a Memorial to General Gourard (N Fear): 126

Freyberg, Maj. Gen. Sir Bernard C, VC Obituary : 72 Freyberg VC Memorial (C Hague) : 84

Fuller, Maj. A T

My Memories : 24

Fyfe, James

Diary of James Fyfe, Otago Mounted Rifles attached Maori Battalion: 87

G

Gaba Tepe The Landing at Kabu (Gaba) Tepe as seen by Midshipman E Bidder Clark,,HMS Prince of Wales : 125 Gallipoli Association, The Genesis - The Story of the Founding of the Gallipoli (Maj. E H W Banner) : 1, 60, 75 Correspondence with the Turks on the Formation of the Association : 1 Extracts from Letters on the Formation of the Gallipoli Association : 1 The Gallipolian has it a future? : 2 Gallipoli Membership List - An Appreciation (C Watkins) : 8 Founder Members : 9 1975 Gallipoli Association Dinner (G E Dale) :19 Duke of Edinburgh's Address at the 1975 Association Dinner : 19 1976 Annual Dinner (Idle Thoughts by an Idle Fellow) (C Watkins) : 22 The First Decade (Maj. E H W Banner) : 28 Garrison Duty (Maj. E H W Banner): 45 The Story of Founding : 75 Gallipoli Association : 80th Anniversary Project – A Gallipoli Memorial at St Paul's : 76, 78, 79 In The Beginning (Vicky Banner) : 87 Gallipoli Standard : 87 The Gallipoli Association Web Site: 90, 114, 117, 121, 123, 127, 130 Eighty-Five Years On (H Mount) : 93 Gallipoli Standard (W Bentham) : 87 In the Beginning (Vicky Banner) : 87 'A Very Special Painting' : 88 Thirty Years Strong : 91 Education (C Hague) : 95 The 1000th Member :103 What Happened to The Gallipoli Association? : 108 90th Anniversary Reception at St. James's Palace (Capt. C fa*gan) : 109 Edgar Banner TD Founding Father of The Gallipoli Association (D Empson) : 111 Founder’s Medals donated to the Association : 123 HRH The Duke of Edinburgh attends the Association’s Autumn Lunch in 2011 : 124, 125 A Dictionary of Gallipoli Biography – An invitation to Participate? : 125 ‘Back To Our Past’ events in Dublin : 128, 130 Gallipoli Association participate in the 2011 Remembrance Day Parade (Mal Murray): 128 [Note: subsequent reports are not indexed] Memorial plaque to commemorate the Gallipoli Campaign erected in Boston, Lincs.: 129 When should we commemorate the centenary? (M Murray) : 129 Gallipoli Association Conference 2012 : 130 The 2012 Gallipoli Association Tour Report (Maj. Jenner) : 130 Gallipoli Association Conference 2013 : 132 Establishment of Gallipoli 100 Sub-Committee. : 132 [Note: Further centenary reports are given under the ‘Centenary’ item above.] New Constitution and status for the Gallipoli Association (Chairman’s Report) : 133

Gallipoli Campaign (General) [See also 'Strategy'] The Immortal Gamble (Capt. AW Clarke) : 9 Gallipoli - 1915 (Lt. Col. R F E Laidlaw) : 18, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 30, 32, 33, 34, 35, 37, 39, 40, 42 Gallipoli and the Sequel (Maj. E H W Banner) : 26 Three Occasions When We Might Have Succeeded (Brig. Gen. R B Rathbone): 46 Gallipoli from the Sea (N Anthony) : 54 The Attack of 4 June Reconsidered (M E Occleshaw) : 54 Gallipoli 75th Anniversary Exhibition : 62, 64, 65, 77 International Symposium of the 75th Anniversary of the Gallipoli Campaign (Ankara 1990) : 65 Gallipoli Exhibition – Lancashire Fusiliers Museum, Bury : 77 The Gallipoli Archive - The Liddle Collection : 79 Sir Ian Hamilton and the Pressures of High Command (J Lee) : 85 Gallipoli Campaign - Street and Road Names: 87 Gallipoli 1915 (Maj. A C Fergusson) : 85 Statement by Lt. Col. The Hon. A G A Hore-Rutherglen, VC, DSO, Welsh Guards, GSO 1/62nd (West Riding) Division, Late General Staff, Mediterranean Expeditionary Force : 93 The Gallipoli Campaign : International Perspectives – Report on an International Conference at Canakkale Onsekiz Mart Universitesi (P Doyle) : 94 Bibliography of Memorial Volumes of the Great War (B Wyatt) : 94 Gallipoli Casualties – A Continuing Myth (Maj. and Mrs T Holt) : 108 References to the Gallipoli Campaign by Colonel C Repington (R Smith MVO) : 108 A 1935 Summary of the Gallipoli Campaign : 114 Gallipoli Revisited (C Pugsley) : An Assessment of the campaign and its significance to Australia, New Zealand and Turkey : 115 Gallipoli Battlefields – Update on Museums near the Gallipoli Battlefields (G Lee) : 116 The Dardanelles Driveller : 116 General Hunter-Weston's Appreciation of the Dardanelles Expedition (E Balmer) : 116 'My Fascination with Gallipoli' – Lord Ramsbottom's Address to the 2007 Autumn Lunch : 116 House Names with Gallipoli Connections – Anzac & Suvla : 116 Respect to History Park, Eceabat : 117 The Diaries of Lt. Ralph Dorchel Doughty MC, 1

st Field Artillery Bde. AIF (P Kivell) : 118

Completing the Story – Researching the Turkish Military Archives (H Broadbent): 119 Was Gas Used During the Gallipoli Campaign? (C Avci) : 120, 121, 122

A View on Matters Relating to The Gallipoli Peninsula (G Pinar) : 121 Lessons from the Gallipoli Campaign [Studied by US Marine Corps] : 124 Arnhem 1944 and Gallipoli 1915 [Studied for Rhine Crossing] (D Saunders) ; 124 Gallipoli – Still Remembered [Service held on cruise liner] (C Sach) : 124 Gallipoli – And After (Punch) : 124 A Dictionary of Gallipoli Biography – An invitation to Participate? (D Saunders) : 125

Gallipoli and the Limits of Failure (R D Layman): 125 The Landing on Gallipoli – 1918. Article in the Balkan News (11.12.18) about the allied occupation : 125 Memorial plaque to commemorate the Gallipoli Campaign erected in Boston, Lincs.: 129 An Act of Remembrance on the Dardanelles (S Bromage) : 130 British Military Intelligence at Suvla Bay – August 1915 (S Pikarski) : 130 An American Eyewitness’s Observations on the Gallipoli Campaign (A D Harvey) : 132 Gallipoli Daffodil Gallipoli Daffodil: 68, 95, 98, 108 Gallipoli Dawn – a new daffodil named in commemoration of the Gallipoli Campaign (Lyn Edmonds) 133

Gallipoli Day [see also Anzac Day] 1972 Gallipoli Day : 9 1973 Gallipoli Day at Gallipoli (Capt. H N Lyster) : 12 Gallipoli Day 1935 or 1936 (from The Daily Telegraph) : 72

Gallipoli Legion of Anzacs [Gallipoli Memorial Club/Gallipoli Gazette] A Short History of the Gallipoli Legion of Anzacs Club, Newcastle (J V Griffiths) : 57 An Original Anzacs Dinner (S Kleinig) : 129. 130 Gallipoli Memorial, St Paul’s Cathedral 80th Anniversary Project – A Gallipoli Memorial at St Paul's : 76, 78, 79, 133

Gallipoli Memorial Bursary 1997 Bursary - Royal Military College, Sandhurst (R Barthorp and R Coates) : 84 1998 Bursary - Royal Naval College, Dartmouth (F Morgan and R Hutchings) : 87 1998 Bursary - Assault at Gallipoli (Lt. R P H Hutchings) : 88 1999 Medical Bursary (Maj. A J McCluskey) : 92, 95 2000 Bursary – Merchant Taylors' School (K Bridgeman, M Herbage & Ozturk): 92, 94 2000 Medical Bursary – (Helen Brittan) : 92, 95 2002 Bursary : Winchester School : 99 2003 Gallipoli Memorial Bursary : Defence Medical Services : 102, 103 2003 Bursary Presentation – Winchester College : 102 2004 Bursary Presentations - Eton College & Joint Services Command and Staff College : 104 2004 Bursary - Clare Church (The Maori Contingent at Gallipoli) : 107 2004 Bursary - Nicky Barnard, Sutton Veny School : 107 2005 Bursary - Bury Grammar School (M Hone) : 112 2006 Bursary - Portsmouth Grammar School (S Lemieux) : 111, 112 Donald Bland Memorial Bursary Article. The Battle of Gully Ravine 28 June 1915 : 112 2007 Bursary - Loretto School (F Monroe & J Osborne) : 116 2007 Bursary - Sandringham Army Cadets in Gallipoli and their Bursary Presentation : 116 2008 Bursary – Rugby School (Xander Morgan/Harry Miller with summary by D Ray) :118 2009 Bursary – Smithdon High School, Hunstanton (Paul Mooney and Heidi Wright) ; 124, 127

Gallipoli Rose The Gallipoli Rose : 99

Gallipolian, The The Gallipolian has it a future? : 2 'The River Clyde' Painting on the Cover of The Gallipolian : 78 An Editor Departs (D Saunders) : 117 Your New Editor (F Summerson) : 117 The Gallipolian – 40

th Anniversary CD : 119, 121

The Gallipolian 40 Years On – A Look Back : 121 The Gallipolian (Nos. 1 -120) On-Line : 123

Gallishaw, John Sam Lodge (from Trenching at Gallipoli by John Gallishaw) : 83 John Gallishaw and Gallipoli (Dr P Smith) : 118 Gallishaw after Gallipoli (Dr P Smith) : 119 Gas Was Gas Used During the Gallipoli Campaign? (C Avci) : 120, 121, 122 Geddes, G W Captain, 1

st Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers

The Landing from the River Clyde at ‘V’ Beach by a Company Commander: 124

Gaulois F S 305 mm Aft Turret on Board FS Gaulois (Vice-Admiral J P Lucas) : 73

German Accounts A Newly Discovered Letter - Carl Muhlmann : The Effect of Allied Naval Fire at Gallipoli (M Pavelee and Dr T H E Travers) : 88

Gibraltar

Gallipoli Campaign Hospitals (P Gariepy) : 110

Gibbings, Lt. R. Robert Gibbings – Artist and Gallipoli Veteran (T Daunt): 130 Gilligan, Pte. Thomas, A Gallipoli Casualty : Pte. Thomas Gilligan 6

th Battalion Royal Irish Rifles (S Gilligan): 125

Gloucestershire Hussars, Royal My Father on Gallipoli (J Lewis) : 44 Royal Gloucestershire Hussars – Memorial in Gloucester Cathedral : 76 Some Mule! (J Lewis) : 78

Gloucestershire Regiment

How I Didn't Get A Cross - Military or Wooden (M H Jenks) : 36

Gloucester Yeomanry

A Register of the Fallen (P Gariepy) : 72

Goate, John J

Diary of Pte. John J Goate, Machine Gun Section, 5th Royal Scots (April- May 1915) : 91

Godley, Major General, Sir Alexander

General Godley Map : 114

Godrich, Edward Victor, Cpl Suvla (E V Godrich) : 36, 37, 38, 40, 41, 43 Extract from the book, The Mountains of Moab (by J Godrich), based on the diary kept by Cpl. E V Godrich during his service at Gallipoli with the Worcestershire Yeomanry : 132 (Part 1), 133 (Part 2)

Goliath, HMS A Midshipman and HMS Goliath (W J Westall) : 81 Memorial to men lost on HMS Goliath - The Parish Church of St Paul, Mousehole, Cornwall : 81 Memorial in Armagh City Churchyard to Gordon Simpson killed on HMS Goliath: 82

Gordon Highlanders The Gordon Highlanders Museum, (S W Allan) : 84

Goring, Percy

Last British Veteran : 96

Gourock A Gallipoli commemoration in memory of the 1/5th Bn. Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders who fell on 12 July 1915 : 133 [Reports on subsequent commemorations are not indexed but normally appear in the Winter issue] Graham, RSM J W Remembering Three Sussex Yeomen : 128 Grasshopper HMS Reference in the diary of Pte Jack Anderson (see No. 125) : 126

Graythwaite Estate, Sydney Help Save Graythwaite : 110

Gregory, Brian, Assistant Clerk, HMS Prince of Wales The Gallipoli Landings as seen by A/Clerk Brian Gregory, HMS Prince of Wales (P B Barber): 122

Greek Islands [See also Lemnos]

Gallipoli Campaign Hospitals (P Gariepy) : 110

Greenslade, Pte. Charles

A Lucky Escape (D Greenslade) : 93

Greenwich

University War Memorial : 88

Gresson, Major, Kenneth The Diary of an ANZAC : Major Kenneth Gresson, Canterbury Infantry Regiment (I Nelson) :133

Gully [Gulley] Beach and Gully Ravine A Visit to Gully Ravine (E Harris) : 19 Donald Bland Memorial Bursary Article. The Battle of Gully Ravine 28 June 1915 : 112 The Rev'd Oswin Creighton - A Chaplain's Experience at Gallipoli (A Crooks) : 120 A Gallipoli Sketch - 87

th Field Ambulance Camp at Gulley Beach by Major A P Hope-Simpson: 128

Gundel, William Dietrich

Armourer Staff Sergeant, Army Ordnance Corps (R G Mansell) : 77

Guns at Gallipoli [see also Bombs] Notes on the Use of Bombs in the Suvla-Anzac area Aug-Oct 1915 (Lt-Col. M E Hanco*ck) : 51 Naval Gunnery at Gallipoli : 51 With the French Artillery (from The Draconian by J N B Sergent) : 67 Naval Bombardment in Support of the Army (Cmdr. H J Brooke) : 73 Spiked Gun at Helles (N Cherry) : 86 Guns at Gallipoli (Dr. F L Constable) : 87 More Guns at Gallipoli (K Hegarty) : 88 News from Turkey – Buried guns excavated at Kumkale (G Pinar): 130, 131 Nordenfelt Gun - captured by 2

nd Bn. Royal Fusiliers and on display outside Royal Fusiliers Museum :

131,132 (attributes location of gun to ‘X’ Beach) Gurkhas With the Gurkhas on Sari Bair (Col. E S Phipson) : 3, 26 Up the Gurkhas! : 24 1/6th. Gurkhas & 6th. Battalion South Lancs. Regt in the Battle of Sari Bair (Maj. G R Mott) : 25 The Allanson Diary : 25 Map showing 6th Gurkha Rifles Route to Hill Q on 7/8 August 1915: 38 The Shelling of Allanson's Party on Hill Q (T Verschoyle) : 38 A Proud Memory of the Battle for Hill 60 (Maj. T R Molley) : 63 The Gurkha Statue : 84 In the Footsteps of the 6

th Gurkha Rifles (C Scott MacKirdy) : 127

Guyon, George Sutherland George S Guyon, 7th Bn. Royal Fusiliers 29 Jan 1875 - 1 July 1916 (Lt-Col. J N Guyon) : 58

H

Haines, Herbert (Bert) DCM From Windsor to Harvard via Gallipoli (William A Lawrence II) : 129 Halep Return of the Halep nameplate – vessel used to transport Turkish wounded (D Dunbar-Nasmith) : 123

Hall, Albert W Memories of the World War 1914-18 : 35

Hamilton, L/Sgt. William A, Canterbury Bn. NZEF

William Hamilton (P Gariepy) : 105

Hamilton, General Sir Ian Gen. Sir Ian Hamilton's Grave, Doune, Perthshire : 55, 132 (Grave Restored) Sir Ian Hamilton and the Pressures of High Command (J Lee) : 85 A Gift from Sir Ian Hamilton – Paintings of HMS Vindictive by Charles E Dixon sold at auction : 115 The Yeoman of England : An extract from Sir Ian Hamilton's Final Despatch : 115

Hamilton, William Alexander L/Sgt. William Alexander Hamilton – CWGC accept case for grave to be marked in Walker's Ridge Cemetery (P Gariepy) : 105

Hamlin, Lt. H B The Snipers’ Nest Raid (Ian Gill) [Lt. Hamlin led the raid] : 130 Hampshire Regiment Memories of 1915 (E G Marlow) : 30 More Memories of Gallipoli (E G Marlow) : 31, 32 A Tale of a Wigmaker (M Irwin) : 50 Letters from the Front (Private 2nd. Hants) : 61 Dearest Mother (Cassette tape of letters of Rfn. A Watson) : 91 Pte. Ernest J Legg 'That None Shall Be Forgotten' (P Gareipy) : 91 Pte. Ernest J Legg - A Headstone At Last (Jenny Stringer) : 93 The Royal Hampshire Regiment Museum : 95 The Landing from the River Clyde in Letters to Stratford-on-Avon (M Caldwell) : 111 The Ordeal of Pte. S A Porter, 8

th Bn. Hampshire Regiment : 116,117 [See also A Tale of a Wigmaker : 50]

Hanco*ck, Lt. Col. M E, MC While Memory Lasts : 38, 39, 40, 41, 43 Notes on the Use of Bombs in the Suvla-Anzac Area, Aug-Oct 1915 (Lt. Col. M E Hanco*ck) : 51 Colonel Hanco*ck MC Remembered : 90

Hare, Maj. Gen. Sir Steuart

A Gallipoli Granddad (H Mallinson) : 103

Harefield Hospital

Anzac Centre : 102

Harley, Lt. John

Lt. John Harley, 13th Bn. Worcestershire Regiment – Memorial in Ludlow Parish Church : 66, 69

Harris, Harry Return to Gallipoli - An account of the 1936 Pilgrimage to Gallipoli by veteran, Harry Harris who served with the 87

th Bde Field Ambulance, RAMC: 122, 123

Hawick The Hawick Plaque (G Richardson) : 75 A Gallipoli Remembrance of the 1/4

th (Border) Bn. King’s Own Scottish Borderers (J House) : 115

[Reports on subsequent commemorations at Hawick are not indexed but normally appear in the Winter issue] All These Fine Fellows : 116 [Book Review] Haydarpasa Station, Istanbul Fire at Haydarpasa Station, Istanbul : 125 Hawke Bn. [see also Royal Naval Division] A Premonition (from Georgian Adventure by Douglas Jerrold) : 76 Heckles, Cpl. Lyn, Scottish Horse 'He won the Bet' (G Heckles) : 116

Helles, Cape A Helles Conundrum (W J Crawford) : 16 The Landings at Helles 25 April 1915 : 17 Early Days off Cape Helles (Maj. H M Whittall) : 20 Another Helles Query (W J Crawford) : 21 Helles Undertones (W J Crawford) : 22, 23, 24 One Helles of a Night (R C Chadwick) : 24 Helles Sector 1977 (Maj. G B Horridge) : 25

Helles - 25 April 1981 : 36 Cape Helles (maps) : 55, 71, 72, 73, 74, 76, 77 A Night in a Crater ( G F Clifford) : 56 Observation Hill (L Sellers) : 83 A Spiked Gun at Helles (N Cherry) : 86 The Discovery of the W Beach Reservoirs (S Chambers) : 97, 98 Last from Cape Helles – Dr Andrew J Horne, Trinity College, Dublin RAMC (T Burke) : 105 New facilities at Nuri Yamut Memorial :119 From the Bottom Up – Restoring the Helles Memorial : 120 ‘My Nine Days in Gallipoli’ – Account by 2/Lt. Eric Mavor, 1/6

th Highland Light Infantry: 121

Henderson, Richard (Dick) New Anzac Award instituted and statue of Henderson (2

nd Field Ambulance, NZMC) unveiled: 123

Herbert, A P Flies (from The Secret Battle) : 69

Herne Bay, Kent Laying-up of a flag which was flown over Gallipoli during the allied occupation of 1920-23 : 126

Herefordshire Regiment The Great Blizzard (H E Slaymaker) : 7 Herefordshire Regiment at Gallipoli (A Taylor) : 109

Hertfordshire Yeomanry A Yeoman at Gallipoli in 1971 (J W de W Stapleford) : 8

Hickey, Drummer Joseph

Drummer Joseph Hickey (T Moloney) : 108

Highland (Mountain) Brigade, RGA A King-Size Bivouac – Letters from Gnr. Henry McNab (Cmdr. I Hamilton) : 74 Highland Mountain Gunners at Gallipoli (M M Morrison & I Hamilton) : 113 More on Highland Mountain Gunners and their Guns : 114

Highland Light Infantry At Camp in Egypt (E Mavor) : 58 ‘Highlanders at work helping to make a breakwater’ (at Suvla) [Central News Photograph] : 119 ‘My Nine Days in Gallipoli’ – Personal Account by 2/Lt. Eric Mavor, 1/6

th Highland Light Infantry: 121

Hill, G A Letters of a Dear Brother, (J Price) : 57 Hill Q (Anzac)

The Shelling of Allanson's Party on Hill Q (T Verschoyle) : 38

Hill, Lt. William, DCM, Locating the Burial Place of my Grandfather - Lt. William Hill, 8

th Bn. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (R Hill) : 120

Hill 60 Notes on the Use of Bombs in the Suvla-Anzac Area : Aug-Oct 1915 (Lt. Col. M E Hanco*ck) : 51, 132 A Proud Memory of the Battle for Hill 60 (Maj. T R Molley) : 63 Hingston, Lt. Colonel, G Royal Engineers 54

th Field Coy. Royal Engineers, ‘A Jersey casualty’ : 131

Hogg, George, Royal Engineers A Gallipoli Casualty (D Warnes) : 95, 116

Holbrook, Cmdr. N VC Cmdr. N Holbrook VC : 3

Our Victoria Cross : 8 Report of the death of Cmdr. N Holbrook VC (July 1976) : 21 Holbrook and the Dardanelles : 83 An Unforgettable Experience [Unveiling of the Submariner's Memorial in Holbrook, NSW] : 87 ,124

Hood Battalion [see also Royal Naval Division] Royal Naval Division Roll of Honour : 66 The Hood Bn. at Gallipoli, (Len Sellers) : 69 Lt-Cmdr. Frederick S Kelly, DSC RNVR, Killed in Action 13 November 1916 (C L W Page) : 79 Freyberg VC Memorial (C Hague) : 84 Hood Ensign Restoration : 103, 107

Hope Simpson, Major A P A Gallipoli Sketch of 87

th Field Ambulance Camp at Gulley Beach : 128

Hore-Ruthven, Alexander Alexander Hore-Ruthven, 1st. Earl of Gowrie VC (D Hunt) : 93 Statement by Lt. Col. The Hon. A G A Hore-Ruthven, VC, DSO, Welsh Guards, GSO 1/62nd (West Riding) Division, Late General Staff, Mediterranean Expeditionary Force : 93

Horne Dr. Andrew John, RAMC Last from Cape Helles – Dr Andrew J Horne, Trinity College, Dublin RAMC (T Burke) : 105 Dr Andrew John Horne RAMC – Medical Career and Wartime Letters (T Burke) :125

Horses - see Animals at Gallipoli

Hospitals - see Medical Services

Housden, Harold Letter from the above who served in the 2

nd Royal Naval Brigade. 126

House Names with Gallipoli Connections - Anzac and Suvla : 116 Human Remains CWGC response to letter from G Pinar about how to deal with Human Bones found on the Gallipoli Battlefields : 122

Humour The Heavies & the Lights (Maj. E H W Banner) : 18 Poor Old Jack (C Watkins) : 26 Army Biscuits (from The Anzac Book by O E Burton) : 58 The Perfectly True Parable of the Seven Egyptians (from The Anzac Book by A Alcorn) : 81 Caricatures of the Gallipoli Campaign in the Turkish Press 1915-16 (O Bilkan & H E Avci) : 105 Cartoon (The Advertiser 14 Oct 2005) : 109

Humphrey, L/Cpl. William John L/Cpl. W J Humphrey, 1

st Bn. Essex Regiment – War Medals & Memorial Plaque (F Speakman) : 117

Hunter-Weston, Maj-Gen. Aylmer Personal Note to Each Man of the 29th Division on their First Going into Action Together : 80 An Enigmatic Footnote (M D Robson) : 106 General Hunter-Weston's Appreciation of the Dardanelles Expedition (E Balmer) : 116 ‘A Sad Farewell’. Silver bugle won by the ‘Blue Caps’ presented to General Hunter Weston in 1922 : 125

Hunter, Sgt. W The Lonely Anzac (J W Harvey) : 108 Anzac Day in Adelaide South Australia 2006. A Personal Experience (J Harvey) : 111

Hythe, HMS The Hythe Disaster Remembered : 109

To Gallipoli with the Sappers of Southborough (Frank Stevens) : 129 A Survivor’s Account of the sinking of HMS Hythe and a tribute to Capt. D R Salomons : 129

I

Imbros Crossing to Imbros (Dr. L Constable) : 89

Imperial War Graves Commission

The Imperial War Graves Commission in Gallipoli 1920-22 (Jo Wadeson as told to E Lever) : 97

Imperial War Museum Gallipoli Oral History : 75 IWM Collections On-Line : 102 Anzac Weekend at the Imperial War Museum The Digger & the Larrikin Live On : 104, 106, 110 Gallipoli in the Imperial War Museum’s Lord Ashcroft Gallery (N Steel) : 124 Temporary closure of the Imperial War Museum (London) in 2013 : 129, 132 (partially reopened)

Impressions of Gallipoli - see Memories Reflections

In Memoriam

Notices : 93, 94, 114

Indian Mountain Batteries Jacob's Mountain Battery - War Diary : 66 Gallipoli (Maj. A C Fergusson) : 85 Indian Mountain Batteries : 86

Indian Mule Corps Indian Mule Corps. Lt-Col. Arthur DSO Rennison, Indian Mule Corps (Maj. H Jenner) : 102 The Indian Transport Train (Poem) : 109

Inniskilling Fusiliers, Royal Glimpses of Gallipoli - 1915 : 1928 : 1936 : 1965 (Maj. T Verschoyle) : 7, 29 A Family Trilogy (J Symon) : 96

Intelligence (see Military Intelligence)

Irish Regiments [see also individual Irish Regiments] The Combined Annual Commemorative Parade (M Doyle) : 96 The Irish in Gallipoli : 106 President of the Irish Republic visits Gallipoli and unveils a memorial at Green Hill Cemetery : 123

Isle of Man Some Corner of a Foreign Field - Patrick Churchyard, Isle of Man (Margery West) : 76

Istanbul Fire at Haydarpasa Station, Istanbul : 125

J

Jackson, Walter We Did Our March in Very Orderly Fashion Indeed (M Longley) : 88

Jagger, Charles Sargeant A Sculptor with the 29th Division (D Saunders) : 56 Capt. Charles Sargeant Jagger : Gallipoli and his War Art (D Cohen) : 119

James, Major H W, VC, Memorial Plaque unveiled in Kensal Green Cemetery : 121, 122, 124 Jerrold, Douglas A Premonition (from Georgian Adventure) : 76 Jersey Hingston G, Lt. Col., 54

th Field Coy, Royal Engineers. Commemorated in St Mark’s Church, Jersey : 131

Jewish Labour Corps

The Jewish Labour Corps - A Vanished Unit of the First World War (M Sugarman) : 100

Jewish Soldiers The Zion Mule Corps (A N Pamm) : 59 Jewish Soldiers at Gallipoli (J W Tanner) : 81 Jewish Soldiers at Gallipoli (P Gariepy) : 82, 84 The Zion Muleteers of Gallipoli (M Sugarman) : 90 Mad for Zion [Book Review] : 109

Jourdain, Lt-Col. H F N Early Career of Lt-Col. H F N Jourdain, The Connaught Rangers (O Fallon) : 104 Colonel H F N Jourdain - The Connaught Rangers on Gallipoli (O Fallon) : 110

K

Kelly, Lt-Cmdr. Frederick Septimus DSC Lt-Cmdr. Frederick S Kelly RNVR - Killed in Action 13 November 1916 (C L W Page) : 79

Kenna, Brig-Gen. P A, VC Brig-Gen. P A Kenna , VC : 59 Charley's Tale (Charles A Garratt) : 65 A Sporting Hero : 111 A Last Link with Omdurman : 112

Kent, 3rd

(Kent) Field Coy. RE To Gallipoli with the Sappers of Southborough (F Stevens) : 129 [see also HMS Hythe] A Survivor’s Account of the sinking of HMS Hythe and a Tribute to Capt. D R Salomons : 129

Kilid Bahr From the Air : 104

King Edward VIII – see Edward VIII

King's Company - see Sandringham and the Norfolk Regiment

King's Own Scottish Borderers Lt. John Harley : 66, 69 A Register of the Fallen (P Gariepy) : 72 The Third Trench - The Story of CSM David Watson DCM, 1/4th KOSB (J House) : 99 A Gallipoli Remembrance of the 1/4

th (Border) Bn. King’s Own Scottish Borderers (J House) : 115

Kirkpatrick - see Simpson, John

Kitchener, Field Marshal, The Lord Kitchener - A Chance Connection (Col. M Hickey) : 110 Kitchener with General Monro at Lemnos [Central News Photograph] : 122

Kite Balloons The First Naval Kite Balloon (J Mackworth) : 80 Reputation of the Manica (P Ford) : 131

Krithia The Second Battle for Krithia (Col. J L McKinlay) : 10 Krithia : 71, 72 The Third Trench - The Story of CSM David Watson DCM, 1/4th KOSB (J House) : 99 The Battle of 4 June – A Veteran Remembers [Account by a member of 2

nd Bn. Royal Fusiliers] : 128

L

Laffin, John Obituary : 95 Some Necessary Corrections (G Moran) : 104

Laidlaw, Lt-Col. R F E Gallipoli : 18, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 30, 32, 33, 34, 35, 37, 39, 40, 42 Obituary : 24

Lancashire Fusiliers Extracts from Lost Endeavour (C Watkins): 3, 4, 5, 7, 14, 20, 21, 23, 27, 28, 29, 31, 34, 35, 36, 40, 41, 42, 44 Gallipoli Christmas (C Watkins) : 4 The Guinea Stamp (C Watkins) : 10 A Boy and his Dog, (C Watkins) : 13 Brief Encounter (C Watkins) : 16, 43 My Gallipoli Story (Maj. G B Horridge) : 48*, 49, 50, 51 The Attack of 4 June Reconsidered (M E Occleshaw) : 54 The Brothers Kilroy (T Brooks) : 59 Memories of Pte. Walter A Bennett, 42nd East Lancashire Fusiliers (Audrey C Bennett) : 70 2/Lt. Eric Duckworth : 80 Lancashire Fusiliers : 86 Willis, Major Richard VC (from This England) : 100 CSM James H Yates, 1/5th Lancashire Fusiliers : 106 What Gallipoli Means to Me (J Scotson) : 108 Sgt. Alfred Richards VC : 109 Bury Grammar School Gallipoli Memorial Bursary (M Hone) : 112 The Fallen of Bury Grammar School (M Hone) : 119 Gallipoli Gardens and New Fusiliers Regimental Museum, Bury (C Summerson): 120 The Life and Letters of Captain (Temp. Major) Cuthbert Bromley VC (C Summerson) : 120, 121 Veterans’ Memories – Sgt. S A Hall 1

st Bn. Lancashire Fusiliers: 122

Pte. 1548 Stephen Doyle, 1st Bn. Lancashire Fusiliers – A Steady Soldier (S Doyle) : 124

A Gallipoli Casualty – CSM W Bamford 1/6th Bn. Lancashire Fusiliers: 130

Lancashire Landing - see W Beach

Lancashire Regiment, East My Gallipoli Memory (W A Bennett, 1/3rd East Lancs Field Ambulance) : 40 Memories of Pte. Walter A Bennett, 42nd East Lancashire Fusiliers (Audrey C Bennett) : 70 The Story of One Family - 2/Lt. J Bolton, Lt. H Bolton, Lt. G H Bolton. (G Hunt Davies): 114 Pte. Harry Salter : 114

Lancashire Regiment, South 1/6th. Gurkhas & 6th. Bn. South Lancs. Regt in the Battle of Sari Bair (Maj. G R Mott) : 25 Memories of the World War 1914 –1918 (A W Hall) : 35 Lancaster Regiment, King's Own, Royal Lt. Horace Vaughan and Capt. Walter Paine 10

th Bn. Lancaster Regiment (A Vaughan): 117

Landings, The Amphibious Assault at Gallipoli - The Gallipoli Memorial Bursary (Lt. R P H Hutchings) : 8 Notes made during the Landings on 25 April by Midshipman A W Clarke, HMS Implacable : 11 'A' Battery Lands (G E Dale) : 13

Landing from the Galeka (H H Hudson) : 13 Landings As Seen from Anzac Aug 1915 (Lt. Col. H S Thuillier) : 15 The Landings at Helles 25 April 1915 : 17 The Plotting of Landing Beaches, Late 1914 (W G Cave) : 27 Extract from : Trumpeter Sounding by the late D N Meneaud-Lissenburg : 35 Landing on the 25th (C Jeffries) : 36 Incident at 'V' Beach on 25 April (K Tramner) : 37 Suvla Departure (R G Lowry) : 67 'Orses With 'Orns (from Dardanelles Dilemma by E Keble Chatterton) : 76 50th Anniversary of the Landings – 2/10th Middlesex Regiment on Parade at Horse Guards : 101 The Tale of a Bloody Handkerchief and the Dublin Fusiliers (B Filbey) : 105 Gallipoli 1965 - 50th Anniversary of the Allied Landings (P Newman) : 109 The Landing from the River Clyde in Letters to Stratford-on-Avon (M Caldwell) : 111 The Gallipoli Landings as seen by A/Clerk Brian Gregory, HMS Prince of Wales (P Barber): 122 The Landing from the River Clyde by a Company Commander, 1

st Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers : 124

Pte. 1548 Stephen Doyle, 1st Bn. Lancashire Fusiliers – A Steady Soldier (S Doyle) : 124

The Landing on Gallipoli – 1918. Article in the Balkan News (11.12.18) about the allied occupation : 125 21st anniversary of the landings – commemorations in London ; 126 X Beach : 25 April – 3 May. An account by Capt. A J Ellis, 1

st Bn. The Border Regiment :128

Last British Veteran

Percy Goring : 96

Last Charge, The

Worcestershire Yeomanry (Joan Whateley) : 70

Last Man Off/Out Who Was the Last Man Off? (Maj. C Alvey) : 3 Last Man (Cmdr. H S Ewart) : 9 Last But not Least (G Dale) : 22 The Last Man Out : 118, 119, 120

Last Sentinel of Gallipoli Alec William Campbell: 99

Ledwidge, Francis

New Memorial in Dublin (A P Quinn) : 108

Lees, Sir Thomas Memorial in St Peter’s Church, Lytchett Minister, Dorset

Legg, Pte. Ernest That None Shall Be Forgotten - Pte. Ernest J Legg (P Gareipy) 91 Pte. Ernest J Legg – A Headstone at Last (Jennie Stringer) : 93

Lemnos (see also Greek islands) The Aegean Island of Lemnos (Maj. E H W Banner) : 37 Lemnos Asses : 69 Gallipoli Campaign Hospitals (P Gariepy) : 110 Lemnos [From The Gallipoli Campaign a Personal Reminiscence by Wilmot P M Russell] : 117 General Monro and Lord Kitchener at Mudros [Central News Photograph] : 122 Lemnos and the Great War [Lemnos hospitals and cemeteries] (N Crompton) : 124 Motor Cycle Despatch Riders at Mudros - Photograph. : 128 Anzac Day Commemorations on Lemnos (J Claven) : 130 Bad Day at Mudros (M Hickey) : 130 Portianos Cemetery, West Mudros : 130

Letters Extracts from Letters : 3, 5, 8, 15, 16, 49 Letters from Gallipoli (E Allison Burrows) : 7 Extracts from Letters Home, 1915 (Capt. C E W Brayley) : 11, 12

Letter from 'Somewhere in Gallipoli.' (B H A Eames) : 11, 13, 19 'Roses in December' – A letter written in 1973 outlining the early part of the writer's war service with the RND (W Corbet Williamson) : 16 Sikh Seeks Sikh (Maj. Dhanna Singh) : 27 A Newfoundland Mother Writing to Her Son (W G Cave) :30 Extract of a Letter from a Steward on a Troopship (SS Minnewaska) in 1915 : 31 With the Royal Naval Division Engineers (Letters from 2nd. Cpl. D Gilbert) : 39, 42 Letters from Rev. Chaplain W F Scott, RN Serving Aboard HMS Agamemnon : 41, 42, 43 Some Letters from Suvla Bay : 54, 55 Letters from Frank Yeo. European War - August 4th 1914 : 57 'Dear Brother' - Letters from G A Hill, Machine Gun Section, 7th Bn. Aust. Inf. (J Price): 57 Letters from the Front : An Account by a Private in the 2nd. Bn. Hampshire Regiment : 61 Letter from T Jones-Evans , 9th Bn. Australian Infantry : 62 A Scotsman's Letters from Gallipoli and Egypt 1915-16 (R Pike) : 70 Last Letter from a Turkish Martyr Killed in the Gallipoli War (Dr E Turkmen) : 76 Rfn. A Watson - Dearest Mother (Cassette tape of letters) : 91 Letters from the Light Horse (I Gill) : 93 Letter from a Dublin Officer [Lt. J G St. J Ellis RE] : 102 Letters from the Front to Lavenham - Capt. H C, MC, Wolton, 1/5th. Suffolk Regt.: 110 The Landing from the River Clyde in Letters to Stratford-on-Avon (M Caldwell) : 111 Midshipman Reginald Malet de Carteret (23.1.1898 to 31.5.1916) : (E Malet de Carteret) : 111 Letter to the Front – Letter to L/Cpl. Philip D Dutch, Royal Sussex Regiment : 119 Last letter of a Martyr of the Dardanelles – Hasan Ethem : 122,123 (Clarification) Letters from L/Cpl. Colin Wilson 1/6

th Manchester Regiment : 122,123,124

‘Clewer Man in the Anzacs’ - 3rd

Bde Ammunition Column, Australian Field Artillery : 122 Dr Andrew John Horne RAMC – Medical Career and Wartime Letters (T Burke) :125 Letters from Gallipoli - Tpr. Francis D Baker, 1/1 Royal Devon Yeomanry 125 Letters from Gallipoli – Harold Housden, 2

nd Royal Naval Brigade : 126

Letters from Gallipoli (1920) – Lieut. Cmdr. W T Curtis RN, HMS Benbow (Dr J Godrich): 127 Who was Harry? (M Chapman). Letter to a comrade in 2/3

rd (City of London) Bn. Royal Fusiliers: 128

‘Letter from Gallipoli’ (Lt. Col. Richard Throckmorton) about the execution of Sgt J Robins, 5th Bn. Wiltshire

Regt. : 131,132

Liddle Collection, The Gallipoli Archive - The Liddle Collection : 79, 90

Light Horse, The Australian A Signaller with the Light Horse (J E Price) : 60 Bill - An Australian Light Horse (T Brooks) : 64 Andrew Rowan 1876-1915 (J Price) : 78 William Chatham (5th Australian Light Horse) and Chatham's Post (G R Walpole) : 83 Letters from the Light Horse (I Gill) : 93 Westralian Cavalry in the War : 95 A Family Trilogy (J Symon) : 96 Outcast Anzac Honoured [The Hugo Throssell VC Memorial, Northam, W.A.] (D Hunt) : 97 Horseman Pass By (L Baly) : 103 Three Web Sites [includes reference to Australian Light Horse Association] (Jennie Stringer) : 105 Light Horse Guidons : 109 One Careless Movement – You’re Dead (K Wright) : 129

The Snipers’ Nest Raid (I Gill) : 130 Lighters The 1916/16 ‘X’ Lighters – X127 found in Marsamxette Harbour, Malta DVD (D Mallard) : 120 Lighter found at ‘W’ Beach (R Szwed) : 121 Gallipoli 1915 ‘X’ Lighters - DVD (D Mallard): 123 Project Beneath Gallipoli – underwater survey of wreck sites (T Smith) : 126, 127 Found – Hospital Lighter in the Grand Harbour, Malta : 133 Lincolnshire Regiment Pte. Henry P Cleary 6th. Bn. Lincolnshire Regt. - Remembered on 8 Memorials (A Stubbs) : 107 Memorial plaque in Veterans’ Way, Boston : 129, 131,132

Lodge, Sam Sam Lodge (extract from Trenching at Gallipoli by John Gallishaw) : 83

London Regiment [see also Royal Fusiliers] Before Gallipoli - August 1914 (Capt. H N Lyster, 3rd (City of London) Bn. Royal Fusiliers : 12 Lost at Gallipoli (W J Jessup), 1/11th (County of London) Bn. London Regt. : 12 'My Memories' (Maj. A Fuller) : 24 George Sutherland Guyon, 7th Bn. Royal Fusiliers : 1875 - 1916 (Lt-Col. J N Guyon) : 58 Who was Harry? (M Chapman). Letter to a comrade in 2/3

rd (City of London) Bn. Royal Fusiliers: 128

The Battle of 4 June – A Veteran Remembers [Account by a member of 2nd

Bn. Royal Fusiliers] : 128 Lone Pine A Lone Pine in Sheffield, Tasmania (C Hague) : 95 Lone Pine at the Australian War Memorial : 97 Road Works between Lone Pine and Chunuk Bair :119 Archaeological Survey between Lone Pine and Quinn’s Post : 127,133

Lonely Anzac, The Sgt. W Hunter (J Harvey) : 108

Longford, Brig-Gen. T the Earl of Eighty Five Years On (H Mount) : 93 Field of Buried Dreams (H Mount) : 108 Special Memorial, Green Hill Cemetery (Photograph) : 110

'Lost Endeavour'

(Extracts from) : 3, 4, 5, 7, 14, 20, 21, 23, 27, 28, 29, 31, 34, 35, 36, 40, 41, 42, 44

Lovat Scouts The Road to Suvla (J H C Murray) : 4 The Lovat Scouts at Gallipoli (M L Melville) : 74 Lt. David MacDonald (L Chandler) : 77 John (Ian) Fraser, The Lovat Scouts – 5564 (Sheila A Fraser) :101, 127

Lowthian, Wheeler Cpl., Frank Before Gallipoli - A photographic record of the East Lancs. Coy. (TF) Army Service Corps before the Gallipoli landings (J Lowthian) : 123

Loyal North Lancashire Regiment

Capt. Harold Wright. Where is he Commemorated? (from Wisden Book of Obituaries) : 68, 69

Lucas, Contre-Admiral L Souvenirs of Contre-Admiral L Lucas then Enseigne de Vaisseaux - A Soldier's Tale in the Dardanelles (W G McHugh) ; 98

M

MacDonald, Lt. David

Lt. David MacDonald (L Chandler) : 77

Macnaghten, Lt. Col. Charles Melville (Fighting Mac) Lt. Col. Charles M Macnaghten -'Fighting Mac', 4

th Bn. Australian Infantry, (D Hunt & P Smith) :118, 131

Machin, Midshipman Noel P A Son's Reflections (D Machin) : 110

Mackenzie, Lt. Compton We Thought it was Ashmead-Bartlett (D Saunders) : 122

Makinson, 2/Lt. John Russell, A True Story? – Death of a veteran on Gallipoli tour 20 years after he was wounded (A Martindell) : 122

Malet de Carteret, Midshipman, Reginald Midshipman Reginald Malet de Carteret (23.1.1898 - 31.5.1916) : (E Malet de Carteret) : 111

Malone, Lt-Col. William G

The Malone Memorial : 109

Malta Grave of Pte. Isaac, Pieta Military Cemetery, Malta : 83 Gallipoli Campaign Hospitals (P Gariepy) : 110 Australian Patients - Military Hospital, Valletta, Malta (Photograph) : 111 A Pilgrimage to Gallipoli – 1936 (includes an account of the welcome the party received at Malta) : 118 The 1915/16 'X' Lighters - X127 found in Marsamxette Harbour, Malta [DVD] (D Mallard) : 120 More on ‘X’ Lighters [DVD] (D Mallard) : 123 Photograph of the River Clyde at Malta :, 127 A Gallipoli Sketch by Major A P Hope-Simpson [the latter is referred to on a hospital ship at Malta]: 128 Found – Hospital Barge used at Gallipoli found in Grand Harbour, Malta (D Mallard): 133

Manchester Regiment Museum of the Manchester Regiment : 54, 101 Recollections of Gallipoli 1915 (Pte. D W Rutter) : 59 The Brothers Kilroy (T Brooks) : 59 Pte. Thomas Midwood : 66 Lt. W T Forshaw VC (Colin Hague) : 76 William Thomas Forshaw VC - The Manchester Regiment (Capt. R A Bonner) : 79 Manchester Regiment Archives : 91 John Henry Code DCM – Blue Plaque erected in Audenshaw, Manchester : 98 Great Gable to Gallipoli (R Bonner) : 107 Council Puts A Price on VC's Bravery : 108 William Forshaw VC Remembered : 109 A Gallipoli Casualty – Capt. Arthur J Walker (Mrs A Friele) : 119 A True Story? – Death of a veteran on Gallipoli tour 20 years after he was wounded (A Martindell) : 122 Letters from L/Cpl. Colin Wilson 1/6

th Manchester Regiment : 122, 123, 124

10th and 24

th Bns. Manchester Regt. CDs - (1) Oldham Evening Chronicle (1914 – 19); (2) The Oldham

Battalion of Comrades; Cotton Town Comrades; and Amateur Soldiers ; 123 A Plaque Rediscovered (Michael J Riley) :125 Photographs from Gallipoli by 2/Lt. John A Chisholm Taylor, 1/10

th Bn. The Manchester Regiment ; 131,

133 Manica, HMS Reputation of the Manica (P Ford) : 131

Manitou, SS SS Manitou (T Brooks) : 59

Maori Bn. (NZEF) Diary of James Fyfe - Otago Mounted Rifles (attached Maori Battalion) : 87 The Maori Contingent At Gallipoli (Clare Church) : 107

Maps/Mapping 6th Ghurkha Rifles Route to Hill Q on 7/8 August 1915: 38 Map showing British & French Trenches - Gallipoli Peninsula (Southern Zone – 7 July 1915) : 40 Hill 60 : 51 Cape Helles : 55, 71, 72, 73, 74, 76, 77 Scimitar Hill : 56 Gallipoli Peninsula - The Cemeteries : 59 With Maps at Gallipoli (T C Nicholas) : 59 Krithia : 71, 72 Morto Bay : 71, 72, 74, 77, 78

Gallipoli - The Maps (M A Nolan) : 71, 72, 73, 74, 76, 77, 78 Trench & Place Names (M A Nolan) : 75 Holt's Battle Map of Gallipoli : 92 A New Map of the Gallipoli Peninsula : 97 Russian Charts of the Straits : 99 Military Maps Now Available [Official History of the Great War – Other Theatres CD-ROM] : 100 Early Tours to the Peninsula - 1923 [Discovery of an early map of the peninsula] (Col. M Hickey) : 103 General Godley Map : 114 Mapping the Front – Gallipoli Maps on DVD : 117 Salonika Trench Map CD published by the Salonika Campaign Society: 125 Project Beneath Gallipoli – underwater survey of wreck sites (T Smith) : 126

Marlow, E G More Memories of Gallipoli : 31, 32

Martyr, Horace Gallipoli's First Anzac Hero (M Irwin) : 43

Mason, Capt. F C

What Did You Do in the Great War, Daddy? : 38, 40

Mavor, 2/Lt., Eric, My Nine Days in Gallipoli’ – Account of service with 1/6

th (City of Glasgow) Bn. Highland Light Infantry: 121

McHugh, William George A Soldier's Tale in the Dardanelles - William George McHugh : 98

Medals The Gallipoli Non-Medal : 14 Proposed Medal for the Dardanelles Campaign of the 1914-18 War (from 'Sabtretache' 1990) : 65 From The Saleroom : 69 For Services in the Gallipoli Peninsula and France - A Unique Gallantry Award. (P Barker) : 72 Die Mondsuchtigen auf Gallipoli : The Sleepwalkers of Gallipoli. (P Dutton) : 73 Medallion Mystery - A Mystery Solved and an Anzac Commemorative Medal (Patricia B Barber) : 84, 88 Purple Cross for Gallipoli Donkey : 86 Edgar's Miniature Medals (Maj. E H W Banner) : 103 Sgt. Alfred VC Richards: 109 Stolen Medals (D Kirton) : 109 Edgar Banner TD - Founding Father of The Gallipoli Association (D Empson) : 111 Capt. B A Smart RNAS : 114 L/Cpl. W J Humphrey, 1

st Bn. Essex Regiment – War Medals & Memorial Plaque (F Speakman) : 117

Founder’s Medals (Major E H W Banner) donated to the Association : 123 Gallipoli in the Imperial War Museum’s Lord Ashcroft GC/VC Gallery (N Steel) : 124

Medgett, Will Will Medgett - His Story (W J Medgett) : 70

Medical Services (see also Royal Army Medical Corps) Some Experiences of a Field Ambulance (R Murphy) : 8 A 'Medicals' Memories (F H King) : 20, 29 Gallipoli Remembered (from The Pharmaceutical Journal 1965 by B W Gill) : 66 The Blizzard : Some Experiences of a Field Ambulance (R Murphy) : 84 A Gallipoli Doctor [Lt. Col. Charles Thomas, NZ Mounted Field Ambulance] (C Tobin) : 100 Anzac Centre, Harefield Hospital : 102 Medical Cover at Gallipoli (Col. R May) : 104 Help Save Graythwaite : 110 Gallipoli Campaign Hospitals (P Gariepy) : 110 Australian Patients, Military Hospital ,Valetta, Malta (Photograph) : 111 A Boy at Gallipoli – Major John Ford RAMC (1899 – 1994) : 112 ‘Landing wounded at Alexandria’ [Central News Photograph] : 119 Sister Mary Christian Tawney, QAIMNS (C Pittman-Corner) : 122

Lemnos and the Great War [Lemnos hospitals and cemeteries] (N Crompton) : 124 ‘The Nautilus’ - a launch used to transport wounded at Gallipoli restored in New Zealand : 128 Found – Hospital Barge used at Gallipoli found in Grand Harbour, Malta (D Mallard): 133 Meeniyan, Victoria Room for One More – A Forgotten Anzac. Name added to Meeniyan War Memorial (M Irwin): 123,124 Tompkins Road - street in Meeniyan named after Pte Edwin Tompkins: 129

Memorials War Memorials (H H Hudson) : 7 Not a Lone Pine : 34 Australian War Memorial (R A Haley) : 35 The 29th Division Memorial [Roadworks] (Maj. E H W Banner) : 37 Gallipoli Diary 1980 : Inscriptions on Headstones – Anzac Sector (P N Dalkin): 39 Red Cliffs War Memorial, Victoria, Australia (M Irwin) : 44 Anzac Cottage, Perth - Built in a Day (J D Young) : 50, 116, 119 Monument Fund Set Up for War Hero : J Simpson Kirkpatrick (J Holdcroft) : 52 The Gallipoli Memorial Chapel & Lectures at Holy Trinity, Eltham (Rev. C Lowson) : 56 A Short History of Gallipoli Legion Club Newcastle Ltd (J V Griffiths) : 57 Commemorative Plaques [by Dr Ross J Bastiaan] : 65, 66 Monuments of War : 65 Gallipoli Memorials : 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 71, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 81, 82, 85 Canadian War Memorial, Hyde Park : 68 Lt. John Harley - Memorial in Ludlow Parish Church : 66, 69 A Park Shelter to Commemorate Gallipoli Casualty (J E Price) : 70 Trooper Potts VC Memorial (J D Stott) : 70 Quintinshill Rail Disaster. The Memorials at Larbet Stn & Gretna Green (J M Cameron) : 74, 79 St. Ann's Church, Dublin (M Staunton) : 74 The Hawick Plaque (G Richardson) : 75 Some Corner of a Foreign Field - Turkish Graves on the Isle of Man (Margery West) : 76 Restoration of the Memorial to Sub. Lieut. Tisdall VC - St George's Church, Deal : 76 A Gallipoli Memorial in St Paul's Cathedral - the Association’s 80th Anniversary Project : 76, 78, 79, 133 The National Memorial Arboretum : 77 Gum Tree Memorial to Lt. David Macdonald, Perth W.A. (L Chandler) : 77 Memorial to men lost on HMS Goliath - The Parish Church of St Paul, Mousehole, Cornwall : 81 Memorial in Armagh City Churchyard to Gordon Simpson killed on HMS Goliath: 82 Grave of Pte. Isaac, Pieta Military Cemetery, Malta : 83 The Cybi Hall and Lt. Col. Doughty Wylie VC : 84 Freyberg VC Memorial (C Hague) : 84 Gallipoli at Sandwich : 84 The Gurkha Statue : 84 The Royal Naval Division Memorial : 84, 95, 97, 102, 103 The Gallipoli Grove at the National Memorial Arboretum (D Childs) : 85 Gurkha Memorial Garden : 85 War Memorial Clock [Cairns, Queensland] : 85 L/Cpl. Hugh Parmiter. A Tribute at Last (R Adam) : 86 An Unforgettable Experience [Unveiling of the Submariners’ Memorial in Holbrook, NSW] : 87, 124 Headstone erected in memory of Rear-Admiral Eric Gascoigne Robinson VC OBE : 88 University War Memorial for Greenwich : 88 Gallipoli Memorials in the Union Jack Club : 89 Anzac Bluff - Perth (L Chandler) : 89 Unique Memorial at RMC Sandhurst. [Major G C Brooke 1st B. The Border Regiment]: 90 Memorial Gates, Hyde Park : 90, 97 Friends of War Memorials : 90 Collingwood Memorial - Fifty Years On : 92 Gallipoli Plaques Project (Ross J Bastiaan) : 92 'The Immortal 29th' - Eighty Five Years On : 92 Memorial Gates on Constitution Hill : 90, 94, 95, 97, 98 Fleet Air Arm Memorial : 92, 93 New Memorial at Gallipoli [Commemorative site at North Beach] : 93 Major Bibliographic Projects – Memorial Volumes of the Great War (B Wyatt) : 94 Walter Parker VC Square : 94 A Lone Pine in Sheffield, Tasmania (C Hague) : 95

Two Villages [Abberton and Langenhoe] : A Tribute to the Fallen : 95 The 29th Division Memorial Rededicated : 97 The Royal Naval Division Memorial to Return to Horse Guards (Capt. C Page) : 97 Outcast Anzac Honoured [The Hugo Throssell VC Memorial, Northam, W.A.] (D Hunt) : 97 Lone Pine at the Australian War Memorial : 97 Fovant Badges : 97 The Gallipoli Fountain of Honour (A Burke) : 97 A Memorial in Provence (C Hague) : 97 John Henry Code DCM – Blue Plaque erected in Audenshaw, Manchester : 98 War Memorials Handbook : 98 Gallipoli casualties at Bwlch : 98 Cyril Bassett VC Remembered [Memorial Plaque]: 99 The Ataturk Memorial, Canberra (P Cobb) : 99 Gallipoli and Thorley (N Smith) : 99 'They Had No Choice'. Animal Memorial : 99 Airport threat to the 29th Division Memorial : 100 The Australian War Memorial in London : 101, 103 The War Memorial at Blackmoor, Hampshire (Jennie Stringer) : 101 The Victoria Cross & George Cross Memorial Appeal : 101 News from Albany W.A. – Proposed Memorial overlooking King George Sound : 101 Anzac Centre, Harefield Hospital : 102 The Rededication of the Royal Naval Division Memorial : 102 Gallipoli Names Among those Remembered in [Belvedere College] Dublin (A P Quinn) : 103 A Cotswold Churchyard [Amberley, Glos.] : 105 Gallipoli Memorial - National Memorial Arboretum (R Pepper) : 105 The 24th Division Memorial : 106 A Distant Turkish Martyrs' Cemetery [Isle of Man] : (G Pinar) : 106 Sandringham War Memorial : 106, 107 A Day to be Savoured (A Coxon) : 107 Pte. Herbert P Cleary, 6th Bn. Lincolnshire Regt. – Remembered on 8 Memorials (A Stubbs) : 107 Williams A/B William VC. Honoured on Gallipoli Day 2005 : 108 Shot at Dawn Memorial - The Gallipoli Three (Rosemary Clarke) : 108 Francis Ledwidge - New Memorial in Dublin (A P Quinn) : 108 The Story Behind the Monument : 109 Malone Memorial : 109 John Childs and Francis Morris – Memorials at St Mary's Church, Billingshurst (F Stanley) : 109 William Forshaw VC Remembered : 109 Quintinshill 90 Years On : 109 The Hythe Disaster Remembered – Memorial in St Margaret's Church, High Brooms, Kent : 109 Lymington War Memorial : 110 Collingwood Memorial (Photo) : 110 Gallipoli War Memorials (A L Stubbs) : 113 Commemoration of Pte. C W Cantrell, 1/6th. Bn. Cheshire Regt. in Macclesfield Cemetery (Photo) : 113 New Gallipoli Memorial in Brisbane : 117 The Respect to History Park, Eceabat : 117 A Gallipoli Veteran in Trafalgar Square [Air Chief Marshal Sir Keith Park] (D Saunders) : 117 Gallipoli Gardens and New Fusiliers Regimental Museum, Bury (C Summerson) : 120 From the Bottom Up – Restoring the Helles Memorial : 120 New Headstone for a Gallipoli Casualty – Pte. Edwin Tompkins, 8

th Bn. Australian Infantry :121, (see also

123, 124, 129) Major H W James VC, 4

th Bn. Worcestershire Regt. Plaque in Kensal Green Cemetery : 121, 122, 124

Watts Cemetery Chapel, Compton, Surrey : 121 Seaford War Memorial which commemorates Captain Cuthbert Bromley VC : 121 A Gallipoli Veteran in Trafalgar Square – Lt.[later A.C.M.] Sir Keith Park (D Saunders) : 117, 122,124 Holy Trinity Church, Eltham – Gallipoli Chapel Memorial Appeal : 122 President of the Irish Republic visits Gallipoli and unveils a memorial at Green Hill Cemetery : 123

New Anzac Award instituted and statue of Richard (Dick) Henderson, 2nd Field Ambulance, NZMC : 123 An Unusual Memorial - The Anzac Memorial Bridge, Kaiparoro, New Zealand (D Caves) : 123 Memorial to Air Marshal Sir Keith Park in Waterloo Place, London : 124 A Plaque Rediscovered (Michael J Riley) commemorating Cpl. C, Rutter 6

th Manchesters :125

The Mysteries of Zimmerman’s Farm - A Field Kitchen? and a Memorial to Gen. Gourard (N Fear) : 126 Memorial window commemorating Lt. Sir Thomas Evans Keith Lees, Dorset Yeomanry :126

Unveiling of a Memorial Plaque at Quintinshill – 26 September 2010 (J Cameron) : 126

Christ Church, Herne Bay - Laying-up of a flag flown over Gallipoli during the occupation 1920-23 : 126 Memorial to Tpr. Frederick Potts VC : 127 New Anzac Commemorative Centre at Albany, WA (A Kapteijn) : 128

Remembering Three Sussex Yeomen (RSM J W Graham, QMS Percy Baker, Tpr. Fred Toop) : 128 The Norfolk Island War Memorial : 128, 129 Memorial plaque to commemorate the Gallipoli Campaign erected in Boston, Lincs.: 129, 131,132 Reinstatement of the Cairnryan Roll of Honour (J M Cameron) : 129 Hingston G, Lt. Colonel, 54

th Field Coy.,Royal Engineers. Commemorated, St Mark’s Church, Jersey : 131

Memories and Reflections Gallipoli : A Personal Note (Maj. A Coulson) : 3 Gallipoli Reminiscences (Rev. J K Best) : 5 Goodbye Gallipoli (W Corbett Williamson) : 5 Return to Gallipoli (R E Moore) : 5 Some Gallipoli Memories (Lt-Gen. Sir Reginald Savory) : 6, 9, 10, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 19, 21, 23 Back To Gallipoli in 1971, A Personal Impression (G E Dale) : 6 Gallipoli Today (Maj. T Verschoyle) : 7 A Memory (Maj. H Fellowes Prynne) : 8 No 2 Post 1915 - Down Memory Lane (F W W Floyd) : 12 Recollections - The Dardanus Battery 1915 and 1920 (Capt. A W Clarke) : 15 April to July 1915 (Maj. P G H Cripps) : 17 Gallipoli 1915 (Lt-Col. R F E Laidlaw) : 18, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 30, 32, 33, 34, 35, 37, 39, 40, 42, My Spell on Gallipoli :1915 (S Hibberd) : 22 At Noon on the Twenty-fifth (G E Dale) : 24 My Memories (Maj. A T Fuller) : 24 Gallipoli & the Sequel (Maj. E H W Banner) : 26 Memories (W T Cowley) : 26 With Thoughts Back to 1914 (G E Dale) : 27 The Link - Patriotism etc. (CPO E C Coleman) : 29 Memories of 1915 (E G Marlow) : 30 A Mediterranean Lullaby near Gallipoli (R C Chadwick) :31 More Memories of Gallipoli (E G Marlow) : 31, 32 Gallipoli Memories (P G H Cripps) : 32 Gallipoli 1915 : Recollections of a Royal Naval Division Casualty (A R Peters) :33 And Then There Was One (F Crowles) : 33 Memories of the World War 1914-18 (A W Hall) : 35 The Mid-Eighties (J W Hollis) : 36 How I Didn't Get a Cross – Military or Wooden (M H Jenkins) : 36 My Most Terrifying Experience at Gallipoli (H A Hibbert) : 37 The Aegean Island of Lemnos (Maj. E H W Banner) : 37 A Character at War ( N Pratt) : 37 What Did You do in the Great War Daddy? (Capt. F C Mason) : 38 While Memory Lasts (Lt. Col. M B Hanco*ck) : 38, 39, 40, 41, 43 Last Thoughts on Gallipoli (Maj. G Horridge) : 38 Gallipoli - Nostalgically : 40 My Gallipoli Memory (W A Bennett, 1/3rd East Lancs Field Ambulance) : 40 Gallipoli 68 Years Later (M E Hanco*ck) : 42 Gallipoli's First Anzac Hero - Horace Martyr (M Irwin) : 43 My Gallipoli Story (Sgt. S Evans) : 44, 45, 46 Some Experiences of the 1/5th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment TF (Capt. E D Wolton) : 45, 47 Some Memorable Gallipoli Incidents (A R Peters) : 46 My Gallipoli Story (Maj. G B Horridge) : 48, 49, 50, 51 In Remembrance of the Gallipoli Campaign 1915 (S Parker Bird) : 50 Greetings from Anzac : Recollections of Courtney's Post (B Carroll) : 55 At Camp in Egypt (E Mavor) : 58 Recollections of Gallipoli 1915 (Pte. D W Rutter) : 59 Firewood Gathering (C E W Bean) : 61 Gallipoli 75 Years On (R M & B W Love) : 62 Gallipoli Remembered – Bert Compton : 62, 63 A Proud Memory of the Battle for Hill 60 (Maj. T R Molley) : 63 Return to Gallipoli (W S Churchill) : 63 Charley's Tale (C A Garratt) : 65 Gallipoli Remembered (from The Pharmaceutical Journal 1965 by B W Gill) : 66

Memoirs of a Buckinghamshire Yeoman (F------ Lunnon) : 69 I Have Seen [Recollections of William Harris] : 69 Memories of Pte. Walter Albert Bennett Serving with the 42nd East Lancashire Fusiliers on Gallipoli (Audrey C Bennett) : 70 Memories of A Gallant Adventurer (O Williams from the Radio Times 1931) : 71 Reminiscences of 1914 – 1918 (Sgn. Ldr. F H Bugge) : 74 Memories of A Turkish Soldier (Iskender Mericli) : 75 Meeting with Lord Birdwood (R Horwood) : 78 Haunting Memories (H & J Rodge) : 78 The Karoo Arrives at Alexandria (F Musto) : 82 Gallipoli 1915 (Maj. A C Fergusson) : 85 As told to a son by Pte. William Falloon 1st. Bn. The Royal Dublin Fusiliers: 90 Reflections on Gallipoli (Honor Auchinleck) : 91 Eighty-Five Years On (H Mount) : 93 'You 'ave been amongst the Biscuits,' Some Memories of Gallipoli (Maj-Gen. S Butler) : 106 What Gallipoli Means to Me (J Scotson) : 108 Field of Buried Dreams (L Mount) : 108 Capt. A Cedric M Coxon, 5th. Bn. Norfolk Regiment (Lt-Cmdr. A J D Coxon) : 92 ‘My Nine Days in Gallipoli’ – Personal Account by 2/Lt. Eric Mavor, 1/6

th Highland Light Infantry: 121

The Passing of the WW1 Generation – Memorial Service at Westminster Abbey (M Willoughby) :122 Veterans’ Memories – Sgt S A Hall 1

st Bn. Lancashire Fus. & Cpl. E G Abrams, 4

th Bn. Essex Regt.: 122

Twenty first anniversary of the landings – commemorations in London ; 126 73 Years On – A Veteran Remembers [Pte. Harry P Robinson, 88

th Field Ambulance RAMC] : 129

The 1967 Pilgrimage to Gallipoli and the Revd. J K Best MC :129 ‘A Newfoundland Fisherman’ - Howard Morry - Remembers Gallipoli (P E Smith) : 132 Extract from the book, The Mountains of Moab (by J Godrich), based on the diary kept by Cpl. E V Godrich during his service at Gallipoli with the Worcestershire Yeomanry : 132 (Part 1), 133 (Part 2) Merchant Navy 'One Belle' – SS Prince Abbas (Maj. E H W Banner) : 2 SS Galeka : 13 SS River Clyde : 2, 8, 9, 14, 35, 62, 101, 108, 124 SS City of Edinburgh : 26 The Royal Edward – Reinforcements for Gallipoli : 30 Extract of a Letter from a Steward on a Troopship in 1915 : 31 SS Remembrance : 55 I Remember The Old Remembrance (Capt. W E Chapman) : 55 The SS Clan Macgillivray (J Young) : 57 SS Manitou (T Brooks) : 59 Port of Bristol to Gallipoli (W G Neale) : 60 The Karoo Arrives at Alexandria (F Musto) : 82 Loss of the Troopship HMT Royal Edward (N Burnett) : 100 Watery Grave (T Burnett) : 104 The Hythe Disaster Remembered : 109 HMT Clan Macrae – Log Book for sale. (R Pike) : 121 HMT Royal Edward: 121 [see also The Life and Letters of Major Cuthbert Bromley VC : 127] The Royal Edward in Barcelona (D Saunders) : 121

Merrin, Ldg-Smn. J H Sarajevo to Gallipoli (Lynne Merrin) : 98

Middlesex Regiment Excursion to Suvla (C E Lintott – 2/10th Middlesex) : 31 Arthur Douglas Scudamore OBE : 85

Middlesex Yeomanry What Did You Do in the Great War, Daddy? (Capt. F C Mason) : 38, 40 Midwood, Pte. Thomas

Pte. Thomas Midwood: 66

Military Intelligence

British Military Intelligence at Suvla Bay – August 1915 (S Pikarski) : 130, 131 Minerva, HMS - see Monitors Mining, Mine Laying and Minesweeping Mining Stations (F G Dixon) : 30, 36 3 Web Sites [includes reference to Minesweeping Operations in the Dardanelles] (Jennie Stringer) : 105 A new Nusret Mine Layer (Guven Pinar) :126, 127

Minnewaska, SS

Extract of a Letter from a Steward on a Troopship in 1915 : 31

Monash, General Sir John Sir John Monash : 96 General Sir John Monash – An Appreciation (M D Robson) : 100

Monitors HMS Minerva (Monitor M33) : 56 [But see clarification over name at 69 below] Monitor M33 (Cmdr. M J Jones) : 68, 69, 70 A Shrine to Gallipoli (J D Stott) : 69 Clarification over the name HMS Minerva for HMS M33 (H F J Higgs) : 69 Restoration of M33 : 83 M33 in New Home : 84 Monitor M33: 88, 99 Monitor M33 Project – Will it be the End? (P Lawton) : 99 M33. An Uncertain Future : 103, 123 The Monitor M30 (M Hanna) : 132 HMS M33 – A Glorious Past, a new Future (D Tweddle); 133 Monmouth Sappers The Monmouth Sappers (B Jarvis) : 130,132 Monro, General Sir C C General Monro and Lord Kitchener at Mudros [Central News Photograph] : 122 Montgomery, Field Marshal, Lord Col. Richard O H Carver – A connection with Field Marshal Lord Montgomery : 116

Moore-Jones, Horace Anzac Cove Painting Price Stuns Experts : 112 Painting of 'Simpson and his Donkey' sold at auction despite controversy: 114

Moorhouse, Geoffrey (1931 - 2009) Obituary : 122

Morry, Pte. Howard L, Royal Newfoundland Regiment ‘A Newfoundland Fisherman’ - Howard Morry - Remembers Gallipoli (P E Smith) : 132

Morris, Lt. John C Memorials to John Childs Morris [and 2/Lt Francis Morris], St Mary's Church, Billingshurst : 109

Moseley, 2/Lt. H G J

Moseley H G J. Scientist (Maj. E H W Banner) : 32, 117

Motor Cycle Despatch Riders Motor Cycle Despatch Riders at Mudros - Photograph. [Also RND Signal Company Despatch Rider] : 128

Mountain Batteries – see Artillery, Royal Garrison

Mountains of Moab Mountains of Moab (Dr J Godrich) 132, 133

Mudros – see Lemnos

Muffett, Arthur Charles In the Lap of Heroes : Arthur Charles Muffett (Maj. H Jenner) : 104 My Washing Machine Needs Attention : 113 Arthur Charles Muffett - Centenarian : 115

Muhlmann, Carl

The Effect of Allied Naval Fire at Gallipoli. A Newly Discovered Letter, (M Pavelec & T Travers) : 88

Mules - see Animals at Gallipoli

Munitions The Munitions Myth (M E Occleshaw) : 52

Munster Fusiliers, Royal Gallipoli 1915 (Lt. Col. R F E Laidlaw) : 18, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 30, 32, 33, 34, 35, 37, 39, 40, 42 6th. & 7th Bns. Royal Munster Fusiliers (M Staunton) : 71, 72 Cosgrove Cpl. William VC (T Moloney) : 78 An Irish Giant who Hated to be Fussed Over (T Moloney) : 107 Drummer Joseph Hickey (T Moloney) : 108 Remembering Drummer Powell (J Crowe) : 113 Capt. Edward Crump-Dorman - Hold on and Die Like Irishmen! : 116 Royal Munster Fusiliers : 124 Lt. Spencer R V Travers, 7

th Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers (Olivia Howe) : 129

Robert Gibbings – Artist and Gallipoli Veteran (T Daunt): 130 1

st Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers at Coventry (T Moloney) : 133

Murray, Joseph Gallipoli - As I Saw It : 8 Obituary : 75

Museums - see Research & Individual Names

Mustapha Kemal - see Ataturk

Myths Some Gallipoli Myths : 31

N

Names with a Gallipoli Link 'Dardanella Jane' & 'Gallipoli Mary' (N Anthony) : 62 A Lost Daffodil Named 'Gallipoli' 68, 69, 95, 98, 133 Street and Road Names : 87, 88, 129

National Army Museum

Only A Scrap of Paper (Archives) : 52

National Maritime Museum

Announcement of the appointment of Dr Kevin Fewster : 115

National Memorial Arboretum The Gallipoli Grove at the National Memorial Arboretum (D Childs) : 85 National Memorial Arboretum : 77, 87, 105 Shot at Dawn Memorial - The Gallipoli Three (Rosemary Clarke) : 108 The Gallipoli Three – Another View : 110

Nelson Bn. [see also Royal Naval Division]

A Cotswold Churchyard [Headstone commemorating L/Smn. Lawrence O Ware, Nelson Bn] : 105

Nevinson, Pte. J

A Tribute to Three Brothers : 108

Newcastle

A Short History of Gallipoli Legion Club Ltd (J V Griffiths) : 57

Newfoundland Regiment, Royal A Newfoundland Mother Writing to Her Son (W G Cave) :30 The Newfoundlanders : A Forgotten Contingent at Gallipoli (J E Price) : 64 The Newfoundland Regiment at Gallipoli (W D Parsons) : 67 Sam Lodge (from Trenching at Gallipoli by John Gallishaw) : 83 25 April in Newfoundland (D Parsons) : 115 [Note: This ceremony is held annually and other reports appear in earlier issues] John Gallishaw and Gallipoli (Dr P Smith) : 118 Gallishaw after Gallipoli (Dr P Smith) : 119 A Gallipoli Stamp from Newfoundland (Dr P Smith) : 120 ‘A Newfoundland Fisherman’ - Howard Morry - Remembers Gallipoli (P E Smith) : 132 New Zealand Expeditionary Force (NZEF) A Personal Narrative of The Battle of Chunuk Bair (Col. A C Temperley) : 64 The Trenches on the crest of Chunuk Bair (from The New Zealanders at Gallipoli by Maj. F Waite) : 65 New Zealand Notes (D Hurley) : 87 Diary of James Fyfe - Otago Mounted Rifles (attached Maori Battalion) : 87 Apricot Again! (from The Auckland Regiment by O E Burton) : 89 A Boer War Veteran at Gallipoli – Capt. William (Bill) Hardman VC, Wellington Mounted Rifles (Rev. Dr. F Glen) : 92 None Who Went Out That Day Came Back (Helen Brittan) : 95 A Precious Photograph. Tpr. R G Bradshaw, New Zealand Mounted Rifles (M Sugarman) : 96 The Volunteers – The Journal of the New Zealand Military Historical Society : 97 Cyril Bassett VC Remembered : 99 A Gallipoli Doctor [Lt. Col. Charles Thomas, NZ Mounted Field Ambulance] (C Tobin) : 100 L/Sgt. William A Hamilton, Canterbury Bn. NZEF (P Gariepy) : 105 The Maori Contingent At Gallipoli (Clare Church) : 107 Malone Memorial : 109 Gallipoli Revisited in 1918 (C Townsend) : 109 Lieutenant Julian Cornelius Brook (J Brook) : 110 Pte. F T Cole, Canterbury Bn. New Zealand Infantry Brigade - 'From Somerset to Gallipoli via New Zealand’ (J House) : 116 My Anzac Day at Brockenhurst - Impressions and family links by L Maguire : 123 New Anzac Award instituted and statue of Richard (Dick) Henderson, 2nd Field Ambulance, NZMC unveiled: 123 Anzac Day 2010 - stamps issued by New Zealand post : 123 Victoria Cross – The New Zealand Story – a book by New Zealand Post about the country’s 22 VCs : 126 Christmas Shilling Gift – Appeal in the Poverty Bay Herald (New Zealand) : 128 The Diary of an ANZAC : Major Kenneth Gresson, Canterbury Infantry Regiment (I Nelson) :133

New Zealand Rifle Brigade Lieutenant Julian Cornelius Brook (J Brook) : 110

Nordenfelt Gun Captured by 2

nd Bn Royal Fusiliers at V Beach:131,132 [132 states the gun was at ‘X’ Beach]

Norfolk Island, South Pacific Norfolk Island War Memorial 128, 129

Norfolk Regiment [see also Sandringham, Norfolk] The Lost Army of Gallipoli (Regiment Vanished in the Clouds : UFO claim) : 13, 14 The Lost Norfolks (G E Dale) : 15 The Norfolk Watch - A Reminiscence of Gallipoli (Maj. L Ridgway) : 15

The Fifth Norfolks - 'Up in the Clouds' [A Rejection of the UFO Claim](Maj. E H W Banner) : 29 U.F.O's & the Dardanelles : 30 More On The Fifth Royal Norfolks (S W Jarvis) : 31 King's Company (Sandringham) : 66 All the King's Men : 80, 90 All The King's Men (M Hickey) : 91 Capt. A Cedric M Coxon, 5th. Bn. Norfolk Regiment (Lt-Cmdr. A J D Coxon) : 92 The Sandringhams at Suvla Bay – Insert to issue No. 93 (R Rayner) : 93 My Father was One of the King's Men at Gallipoli : 107 90

th Anniversary Memorial Service for ‘All The King’s Men- 5

th Norfolks at West Newton (J Crowe) : 109,

[Note: Thereafter,this service became an annual event and subsequent reports are not indexed. In 2010 the service moved to Dersingham – see entry] 'The Sandringham Becks at Gallipoli' – address given by Graham Beck : 119

Captured at Suvla Bay : Account believed to be by 2/Lt William G S Fawkes 1/5th Norfolks (A D Harvey):

133 North Devon Yeomanry Letters from Gallipoli - Tpr. Francis D Baker, 1/1 Royal Devon Yeomanry: 125

North Irish Horse

A Soldier's Tale in the Dardanelles - William George McHugh : 98

Northamptonshire Regiment While Memory Lasts (Lt. Col. M B Hanco*ck) : 38 , 39, 41, 43 Notes on the Use of Bombs in the Suvla-Anzac area Aug-Oct 1915 (Lt-Col. M E Hanco*ck) : 51 The 1/4th. Bn., The Northamptonshire Regiment August 1914 - December 1915 (M Kender) : 80

Nuri Yamut Memorial New facilities at Nuri Yamut Memorial :119 Nusret A new Nusret Mine Layer (Guven Pinar) :126, 127

O

Observation Hill Observation Hill (L Sellers) : 83

Obituaries - see separate section at the end of the alphabetical listing

Oldham 10

th and 24

th Bns. Manchester Regt. CDs - (1) Oldham Evening Chronicle (1914 – 19); (2) The Oldham

Battalion of Comrades; Cotton Town Comrades; and Amateur Soldiers ; 123 Orders of the Day Special Army Orders 11 January 1916 : 76 Special Order of the Day from HM The King to C. in C. - M.E.F. 25 December 1915 : 125

Ornithology

The Wind Fighter (C Doughty) : 110

Otago Mounted Rifles (NZEF)

Diary of James Fyfe (attached The Maori Battalion) : 87

Oxford Australia/New Zealand Society

Others Were There Too (J Collinge) : 82

P

Paine, Capt. Walter Lionel, Capt. W L Paine 10

th Bn. King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment (A Vaughan): 117

Park, Lt. (later Air Marshall, Sir) Keith A Gallipoli Veteran in Trafalgar Square – Lt [later A.C. M] Sir Keith Park (D Saunders) : 117, 122, New memorial in Waterloo Place, London : 124 Parker, L/Cpl. Walter VC L/Cpl. W R Parker. Gallipoli Victoria Crosses: 53 The Walter Parker VC Square : 94 First Day Cover : 98 Blue Plaque in Grantham commemorates the birthplace of Walter Parker VC : 128

Parmiter, L/Cpl. Hugh A Tribute at Last (R Adam) : 86 The Path of Glory (G Blake) : 106

Patriotism

The Link. Patriotism etc. (E C Coleman) : 29

Patterson, Col. J

Mad for Zion, A Biography (P Streeter) : 107

Paul, Jack One of Australia's Best & Bravest (B Dolan) : 101

Patton, General George S.

A General Staff Study : 108

Peninsula Patrolling off the Peninsula (W G Cave) : 20 The Peninsula Again (N Anthony) : 38 Visiting the Gallipoli Peninsula (R M & B Love) : 61 85 Years On (Col. M Hickey) : 93 The Gallipoli Peninsula Today (Maj. H Jenner) : 112

Peninsula Press, The Peninsula Press (No. 96) - 10 January 1916 : 63, 64 Peninsula Press (No. 26) – 15 June 1915 : 126 Peninsula Press (No.84 – 18 October 1915 : 127 Perth, Australia Anzac Bluff (L Chandler) : 89 Anzac Cottage, Perth - Built in a Day (J D Young) : 50, 116, 119 Pte. J Porter : Proud Recipient of Anzac Cottage (A Chapple) : 120 Photograph Collections A Photographic Treasure Trove and an Uncle - Frederick Sharp (A G Sharp) : 115, 119, 122 A Hero's Vision Revealed [Discovery of photographs with links to Arthur Blackburn VC] : 116 Before Gallipoli – A Photographic Record by Cpl. Frank Lowthian ASC (J Lowthian) : 123 Photographs from Gallipoli by 2/Lt. John A Chisholm Taylor, 1/10

th Bn. The Manchester Regiment ; 131,

133 Pilgrimages to Gallipoli - see Tours/Visits Plaques, Gallipoli Commemorative Plaques (Ross J Bastiaan) : 62, 65, 92 Plymouth Bn. RMLI Who Was the Last Man Off? (Maj. C Alvey) : 3

Poets and Poetry [see also separate section at the end of the alphabetical listing] Heirs to Achilles -The Poets of Gallipoli (D Childs) : 89 A Preliminary Bibliography of Gallipoli Poetry (R Pike) : 92 Anzac Day at Sutton Veny – Poems by children from Sutton Veny Primary School (N Barnard : 96 Geoffrey Dearmer - The Great War Poet who lived the Longest (T Grange-Bennett) : 101 Francis Ledwidge. New Memorial in Dublin (A P Quinn) : 108 Who Killed the Soldier (Katherine Hebbard & Lucy Merriman) : 110 Gallipoli Poems and Verse (M Murray) : 119

Polish Involvement in the Gallipoli Campaign The Poles in the Gallipoli Campaign, (P Nykiel) : 105 Wlodzimierz Steyer. A Pole at the Dardanelles (Monica Lackowska-Lacz) : 112

Pollitt, Lce-Cpl. George DCM

Pollitt Lce-Cpl. George D.C.M (N Pollitt) : 69

Porter, Pte. John, 11th

Bn. Australian Infantry Pte. J Porter : Proud Recipient of Anzac Cottage (A Chapple) : 120 [See also Anzac Cottage, 50, 116, 119] Porter, Pte. S A, Hampshire Regiment The ordeal of Pte. S A Porter : 116, 117 [See also A Tale of a Wigmaker (50)] Portianos Cemetery, West Mudros 1916 photograph and related research : 130 Portsmouth Bn., RMLI Pte. & A/QMS. E H Turner. A Very Remarkable Old Gentleman (Cmdr. E Allison Burrows) : 11 Blue Plaque in Grantham commemorates the birthplace of Walter Parker VC : 128 Postcards Gallipoli Postcards : 91, 94, 95, 96, 98, 106 Old Postcards & Photographers of Canakkale: 102 Bosporus Bombarded (J C Welch) : 104 An Attack on the Turks by the 'Singhalese'. (Postcard) : 110 Chanak Postcard : 112 Gallipoli Postcards – HMS Prince George (J C Welch) : 115 Postcard sent from Vienna following the allied evacuation from Gallipoli : 116 Shrapnel Valley Cemetery – Postcard sent in the 1930s : 129 Postal History [see also Stamps and Telegraph Offices] With the Post-Office Telegraphs at the Evacuation of (T H Edmunds) : 9 The Ranker (R E Gale) : 22 Mail from Anzac (K Tranmer) : 27 The Postal History of Gallipoli (K Tranmer) : 28 Telegraph Office Casualties (P Gariepy) : 116 Post-War Occupation of Gallipoli The Landing on Gallipoli – 1918. Article in the Balkan News (11.12.18) about the allied occupation : 125 Laying-up of flag flown over Gallipoli during the allied occupation of 1920-23 : 126 Letters from Gallipoli (1920) – Lieut. Cmdr. W T Curtis RN, HMS Benbow (Dr J Godrich): 127 Potts, Tpr. F W O - VC The Man with A Shovel - Gallipoli Victoria Crosses (D Saunders) : 54 Trooper Potts Memorial (J D Stott) : 70 Fred Potts VC - Two Families United in a Single Act of Bravery : (J Cooksey) 122 Memorial to Tpr. Frederick Potts VC : 127

Powell, Drummer C

Remembering Drummer Powell (J Crowe) : 113

Pretyman, 2/Lt. Maurice W, 10 Signal Coy. RE & Lt. Frank R, 2nd

Bn. Scots Guards

Commemorated in Watts Cemetery Chapel, Compton, Surrey : 121

Prince Abbas, HMS One Belle (Major E H W Banner) : 2

Prince of Wales, HMS A Son's Reflections of Noel P Machin RN (D Machin) : 110 The Gallipoli Landings as seen by A/Clerk Brian Gregory, HMS Prince of Wales (P Barber): 122

The Landing at Kabu (Gaba) Tepe as seen by Midshipman E Bidder Clark,HMS Prince of Wales : 125 Prisoners of War A Tale of a Wigmaker : Pte. Porter - Adapted from Guests of the Unspeakable by T W White (M Irwin) : 50 White T W - Guests of the Unspeakable : 51 Prisoners of the Turks (J D Stott) : 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70 Capt. A Cedric M Coxon, 5th. Bn. Norfolk Regiment (Lt-Cmdr. A J D Coxon) : 92 The Ordeal of Pte. S A Porter : 116, 117 [See also A Tale of a Wigmaker (50)] ‘Our Men in Turkey’s Hands’ [Berlin Press Bureau Photograph] : 119 Captured at Suvla Bay : Three Personal Accounts (A D Harvey): 133 Pritchard, Pte. William My Journey to Gallipoli – Tracing Pte. 1422 William Pritchard 4

th Bn. AIF (Carol Sach) : 122, 124

Propaganda Don’t Hesitate Further – Come and Surrender [Turkish leaflet dropped over the Peninsula] : 133

Q

Queen Mary, HMS Midshipman Reginald Malet de Carteret (23.1.1898 – 31.5.1916) : (E Malet de Carteret) : 111

Quinn's Post Below Quinn's Post (K Tranmer) : 53 Archaeological Survey between Lone Pine and Quinn’s Post : 127, 133 Quintinshill Rail Disaster Proposed Memorial to the Royal Scots [at Quintinshill] : 63 Quintinshill Rail Disaster (J H Cameron) : 74 The Quintinshill Rail Disaster : Memorials at Larbet Station and Gretna Green (J Cameron) : 79 Quintinshill 90 Years On : 109 Unveiling of a Memorial Plaque at Quintinshill – 26 September 2010 (J Cameron) : 126

R

Ramazan, SS

Ramazan SS : 106

Raymond, Ernest Tell England : Ernest Raymond - A brief background to the novel; the war service of its author and a short introduction to the film (P Dutton) : 97 'Gallipoli Revisited' by Ernest Raymond [from an article published in the Daily Telegraph in April 1965]: 107 "Listen!" said Monty. An extract concerning Mudrosfrom Tell England : 112

Rawstone Lt. R A 6th

Bn. East Yorkshire Regt.

Statement on capture in the Suvla sector: 133

Reference in Other Literature to Gallipoli Worst Journey in the World : 111 Reflections on Gallipoli - see Memories and Reflections

Register of the Fallen at Gallipoli

A Register of the Fallen (P Gariepy) : 72, 79

Remembrance Sunday Gallipoli Association participate in the 2011 Remembrance Day Parade (M Murray): 128 [Note: Participation became an annual event and subsequent reports are not indexed]

Remembrance, SS I Remember The Old Remembrance (Capt. W E Chapman) : 55

Rennison, Lt-Col. Arthur DSO

Indian Mule Corps (H Jenner) : 102

Repington, Col. C References to the Gallipoli Campaign by Colonel C Repington (R Smith MVO) : 108

Research Gallipoli Research in France (P H Liddle) : 13 Gallipoli Research in Australia & New Zealand (P H Liddle) : 15 Only A Scrap of Paper (National Army Museum Archives) : 52 A Register of the Fallen (P Gariepy) : 72, 79 Gallipoli Oral History : 75 The Liddle Collection - Gallipoli Archive: 79, 89 Gordon Highlanders Museum (S W Allan) : 84 Manchester Regimental Archives : 91 The Gallipoli Campaign : International Perspectives – Report on an International Conference at Canakkale Onsekiz Mart Universitesi (P Doyle) : 94 IWM Collections On-Line : 102 First World War Records on Line (R Pike) : 104 Navy's Historical Branch Opens in Portsmouth : 108 Gallipoli Association Research Group established : 109, 110 Royal Naval Division Database (P Gariepy) : 110 RND Locations : 112 Some Basic Research Techniques (Clare Church) : 117 Completing the Story – Researching the Turkish Military Archives (H Broadbent): 119

Reservoirs Discovery of the Reservoirs, W Beach (S Chambers) : 97, 98

Richards, Sgt. Alfred VC Sgt. Alfred Richards' VC for sale/sold : 108, 109

River Clyde, HMTS In the Knick of Time (By an officer on the evacuation staff of the River Clyde) : 2 His Majesty's Transport Ship : 8 The Old River Clyde (G E Willis) : 9 The River Clyde Painting on the cover of The Gallipolian : 14, 78 The River Clyde Painting on display at the National Army Museum : 78 The River Clyde (F G Dixon) : 35 Extract from Trumpeter Sounding (D N Meneaud-Lissenberg) : 35 The End of the River Clyde (Lella Raymond) : 62 'V' Beach and the River Clyde : The Epitome of Gallipoli (N Steel) : 68 Charles Dixon : 101 Commander Unwin's Victoria Cross : 108 River Clyde - World Ship Review : 108, 109 The Landing from the River Clyde in Letters to Stratford-on-Avon (M Caldwell) : 111

Lest We Forget - Lin Woodward : 112 An Important Gallipoli Artifact in Suffolk - Ship's Bell from the SS River Clyde on display in the Lanman Museum, Suffolk (R W Smith) : 115. [Note: The authenticity of the bell has been questioned] Another view of the River Clyde – Sale of Painting : 116 The Landing from the River Clyde at ‘V’ Beach by a Company Commander [Capt. G W Geddes], 1

st Bn.

Royal Munster Fusiliers : 124 Photograph of the River Clyde :126, 127

Road to Remembrance

A 350 km walk for charity : 105

Robinson, Rear-Admiral Eric Gascoigne VC OBE

Rear-Admiral Eric Gascoigne Robinson VC OBE (1882 -1965) : 88

Robinson, Pte. Frank The story behind two crosses placed in the Field of Remembrance (D Lockwood) : 127 Robinson, Pte. Harry P 73 Years On – A Veteran Remembers [Served with 88

th Field Ambulance RAMC] : 129

Ross, Pte. William (Bill) Bill Ross, Pioneer – 10

th Bn. Australian Infantry (Peter Ross) : 127

Royal Army Chaplains Department Gallipoli Reminiscences (Revd. J K Best) : 5 Letters from Revd. Chaplain W F Scott, RN serving on HMS Agamemnon : 41, 42, 43 A Request (W R Makinson) : 68 RDF & Their Chaplain Father Finn – 'They Achieved the Impossible' (M Robson) : 90 The Revd. Oswin Creighton – A Chaplain's Experience at Gallipoli (A Crooks) : 120 The 1967 Pilgrimage to Gallipoli and the Revd. J K Best MC :129 Royal Army Medical Corps [see also Medical Services] We Were Nearly Left (J W Traynor) : 5 Some Experiences of a Field Ambulance (R Murphy) : 8 Gallipoli - My Story (M E Gray) : 11, 12 A 'Medicals' Memories (F H King) : 20, 29 Gallipoli Incidents Remembered (A L G Whyte) : 21 A Character at War (N Pratt) : 36, 37 My Gallipoli Memory (W A Bennett, 1/3rd East Lancs Field Ambulance : 40 Recollections of Gallipoli, 1915 (D W Rutter) : 59 Gallipoli Remembered (from The Pharmaceutical Journal 1965 by B W Gill) : 66 The Blizzard : Some Experiences of a Field Ambulance (R Murphy) : 84 Medical Cover at Gallipoli (Col. R May) : 104 Last from Cape Helles – Dr Andrew J Horne, Trinity College, Dublin RAMC (T Burke) : 105 Gallipoli Campaign Hospitals (P Gariepy) : 110 A Boy at Gallipoli - Major John Ford, RAMC (1899-1994) : 112 Return to Gallipoli - An account of the 1936 Pilgrimage to Gallipoli by Mr Harry Harris RAMC : 122, 123 Dr. Andrew John Horne RAMC – Medical Career and Wartime Letters (T Burke) :125 The Loss of the Royal Edward – Account by Surgeon Neagle RAMC : 127 ‘The Nautilus’ - a launch used to transport wounded at Gallipoli restored in New Zealand : 128 A Gallipoli Sketch of 87

th Field Ambulance Camp, Gulley Beach by Major A P Hope-Simpson: 128

73 Years On – A Veteran Remembers [Pte. Harry P Robinson, 88th Field Ambulance RAMC] : 129

Royal Edward, HMT Reinforcements for Gallipoli (J S Houston) : 30 Loss of the Troopship HMT Royal Edward (N Burnett) : 100 Watery Grave (T Burnett) : 104 The Life and Letters of Captain (Temp. Major) Cuthbert Bromley VC (C Summerson) : 120,121 The Royal Edward in Barcelona (D Saunders) : 121 The Loss of the Royal Edward – Account by Surgeon Neagle : 127, 129 Royal Engineers

Laid on for the General - Signals (W E Mead) : 6 The Great Blizzard (H E Slaymaker) : 7 With the Post-Office Telegraphs at the Evacuation of Suvla Bay (T H Edmunds) : 9 My Story - Signals (J C Dart) : 11 A Sapper Recalls (L J Matthews) : 30, 31, 33, 35 Mining Stations (F G Dixon) : 30, 36 H G J Moseley, Scientist (Maj. E H W Banner) : 32 L/Cpl. George Pollitt DCM, 1/2nd Field Coy. RE (N Pollitt) : 69 The Karoo arrives at Alexandria (F Musto) : 82 A Gallipoli Casualty – George Hogg (D McM R Warnes) : 95, 116 Arthur Ernest Wiles (G Pinar) : 99 [see also 115] Letter from a Dublin Officer [Lt. J G St. J Ellis RE] : 102 The Hythe Disaster Remembered : 109 The Alfred Wiles Story - Sapper Alfred Wiles, GHQ Signal Coy. RE (D Finnegan) [see also 99].: 115 ‘On shore at the Dardanelles’ – Signal Office destroyed by shellfire [Central News Photograph] : 115 Grave of signallers killed when shell struck a Signals Office [Central News Photograph] 115 ‘With the British at the Dardanelles’ - A Traction Engine at ‘W’ Beach [Central News Photograph] : 115 2/Lt. Maurice W Pretyman, 10th Signal Coy. RE - Commemorated in Watts Cemetery Chapel : 121 Motor Cycle Despatch Riders at Mudros - Photograph. [Also RND Signal Company Despatch Rider] : 128 To Gallipoli with the Sappers of Southborough (Frank Stevens) : 129 [see also HMS Hythe] A Survivor’s Account of the sinking of HMS Hythe and a Tribute to Capt. D R Salomons : 129 The Monmouth Sappers, 5

th Siege Coy. Royal Monmouthshire R.E. (B Jarvis) : 130, 132

Royal Field Artillery Finding the Battery Site. 59th. Bde. RFA (G E Dale) : 8 'A' Battery Lands (G E Dale) : 13 August 9th. 1915. The Long Day (G E Dale) : 19 The Strategy of the Gallipoli Campaign (Lt-Col. H S Thuillier) : 21 Last But not Least (G E Dale) : 22 With Thoughts Back to 1914 (G E Dale) : 27 The Mid-Eighties (J W Hollis) : 36 A Character at War (N Pratt – 1st East Lancs. R.F.A) : 37 The SS Manitou (T Brooks) : 59 Gallipoli Remembered – Bert Compton: 62, 63 A Gallipoli Veteran in Trafalgar Square – Air Marshal Sir Keith Park (D Saunders) : 117, 122,124 Royal Fusiliers [See also London Regiment] Before Gallipoli - August 1914 (Capt. H N Lyster, 3rd (City of London) Bn. Royal. Fusiliers : 12 'My Memories' (Maj. A Fuller) : 24 George Sutherland Guyon, 7th Bn. Royal Fusiliers : 1875 - 1916 (Lt-Col. J N Guyon) : 58 A Gallipoli Connection - Billy Cotton (senior), 2

nd Bn. Royal Fusiliers (D Saunders) :118

Who was Harry? (M Chapman). Letter to a comrade in 2/3rd

(City of London) Bn. Royal Fusiliers: 128 The Battle of 4 June – A Veteran Remembers [Account by a member of 2

nd Bn. Royal Fusiliers] : 128

Nordenfelt Gun - captured by 2nd

Bn Royal Fusiliers at V Beach:131,132 [132 states the gun was at ‘X’ Beach]

Royal Garrison Artillery War Diary - Jacob's Mountain Battery: 66 Lady Gallipoli. Foal born on Gallipoli (Cmdr. I Hamilton) : 70 A King-Size Bivouac – Letters from Gnr. Henry McNab,[4th Highland Mountain Bty. RGA (Cmdr. I Hamilton) : 74 Highland Mountain Gunners at Gallipoli (M Morrison and I Hamilton) : 113

Royal Irish Rifles A Gallipoli Casualty : Pte. Thomas Gilligan 6

th Battalion Royal Irish Rifles (S Gilligan): 125

Royal Marines Roses in December (Lt. W Corbet Williamson) : 16 Royal Marine Service Registers On-Line : 120 Royal Marine Light Infantry Who Was the Last Man Off? (Maj. C Alvey) : 3

Some Lighter Moments (J Clements) : 48 Lce-Cpl. W R Parker. Gallipoli Victoria Crosses: 53 Walter Parker VC Square : 94 First Day Cover : 98 Royal Marine Service Registers On-Line : 120 Lt. Col. Norman O Burge – A Significant Figure in the Gallipoli Campaign (C Newbery) : 122 Major Godfrey Barker, Drake Bn, RMLI, Royal Naval Division (P Harland) : 124 Blue Plaque in Grantham commemorates the birthplace of Walter Parker VC : 128 Royal Naval Air Service Letters from Frank A Yeo (4th Armoured Car Sqn. RNAS) : European War August 4th 1914 : 57 Bell-Davies Richard VC A Doughty Man of War. Gallipoli VCs (D Saunders) : 58 Caught Speeding (from Fights & Flights by Cmdr. Samson) : 69 An Interesting Find - pits used by RNAS/RN Armoured Cars (R Szwed) : 130 Royal Naval Armoured Car Division Royal Naval Armoured Car Division at Gallipoli 1915 (S Chambers) : 96 The Battle of 4 June – A Veteran Remembers [Reference to/photograph of RNAS Armoured Cars] : 128 An Interesting Find - pits used by RNAS/RN Armoured Cars (R Szwed) : 130

Royal Naval Division (RND) The Invisible Bread (R M Gale) : 4 Gallipoli - As I Saw It (J Murray) : 8 Royal Naval Division Memories (R A Pritchard) : 15 What about Welfare? (R M Gale) : 20 Roses in December (W Corbet Williamson) : 16 A Turkish Truce? (Maj. H McK Whittall RND) :18 Early Days off Cape Helles (Maj. H McK Whittall) : 20 Gallipoli 1915 : Recollections of a Royal Naval Division Casualty (A R Peters) :33 Royal Naval Division Association's Final Memorial Service (J H Bentham) : 36 With the Royal Naval Division Engineers - Letters from 2nd. Cpl. D Gilbert : 39, 42 Some Memorable Gallipoli Incidents (A R Peters) : 46 Some Lighter Moments (J Clements) : 48 Rupert Brooke Centenary : 54 Gallipoli Victoria Crosses : 61 Roll of Honour - Hood Battalion : 66 The Hood at Gallipoli (L Sellars) : 69 Tisdall VC (D Heald) : 71 Collingwood Corner (R Adam) : 71 For Services in the Gallipoli Peninsula and France - A Unique Gallantry Award [CPO A R Blore CGM and Bar, RNVR, Anson Bn.] (P Barker) : 72 Reminiscences of 1914-18 (F H Bugge) : 74 'Orses With 'Orns (from Dardanelles Dilemma by E Keble Chatterton) : 76 A Premonition (from Georgian Adventure by D Jerrold) : 76 Lt-Cmdr. Frederick S Kelly, DSC RNVR (C L W Page) : 79 Sub-Lieut. Arthur Tisdall VC : 79 Drake Battalion Comforts (from the Eastern Daily Press 1915) : 82 RND – A New Journal : 83, 84 Lt. Col. Charles Kennedy Crauford-Stuart CVO CBE DSO (Lt. Col. J I Crauford-Stuart) :84 A Rescued Portrait : 86 Tisdall Division : 86 Maj. Gen. Sir Bernard C Freyberg VC Memorial (C Hague) : 84 Royal Naval Division Memorial : 84, 95, 97, 102, 103 RND and RND Index : 90 Collingwood Memorial - Fifty Years On : 92 Message to the Royal Naval Division from Lt. Gen. Sir Aylmer Hunter-Weston – 1918 : 94 A Family Triology (J Symon) : 96 Royal Naval Armoured Car Division at Gallipoli 1915 (S Chambers) : 96 Hood Ensign Restoration (R Adam): 103, 107 Was It the Mosquito or the Spider that Killed Rupert Brooke? (L Sellers) : 107 The Life & Selected Works of Rupert Brooke (J F Turner) : 107 Lt-Cmdr. W M Annand:110 Royal Naval Division Database (P Gariepy) : 110

Royal Naval Division Pipe Band at Blandford 1914 (Photograph) : 110 Collingwood Memorial Address - 2 June 2006 (Col. M Hickey) : 111 RND Locations : 112, 113 Donation of Historic Royal Naval Division Items to Blandford Town Museum : 115 The Royal Naval Division On-Line : 116 Royal Marine Service Registers On-Line : 120 Rupert Brooke in Wisden (D Saunders) : 121 Lt. Col. Norman O Burge – A Significant Figure in the Gallipoli Campaign (C Newbery) : 122 PO. William Charles Flook, Petty Officer, Drake Bn. Royal Naval Division (N Fear) : 123 Major Godfrey Barker, Drake Bn, RMLI,Royal Naval Division (P Harland) : 124 Letter from Harord Housden, 2

nd Royal Naval Brigade. 126.

Blue Plaque in Grantham commemorates the birthplace of Walter Parker VC : 128 Motor Cycle Despatch Riders at Mudros - Photograph. [Also photograph of RND Despatch Rider] : 128 Sgt J Scruton , 3

rd Field Co. Divisional Engineers - A casualty from the evacuation at Helles : 131

Royal Navy The Navy's Great Chance (Capt. L A K Boswell) : 4 Good-bye Gallipoli (W Corbett Wilkinson) : 5 Last Man (Cmdr. H S Ewart) : 9 Recollections (Capt. A W Clarke) : 15 The Sinking of HMS Triumph (H H Hudson) : 18 HMS Dublin : 18, 22, 23, 38 HMS Triumph : 18, 81 Patrolling off the Peninsula : HMS Dublin and HMS Dartmouth (W G Cave) : 20 The Plotting of the Landing Beaches : Late 1914 (A B Grave) 27 HMS Angora : 30, 36, 52 A Mediterranean Lullaby near Gallipoli 1915. HMS Edgar (R C Chadwick) : 31 HMS Edgar : 22, 24, 31, 63 HMS Agamemnon : 41, 42, 43 Letters from Rev Chaplain W F Scott, RN : 41, 42, 43 My Grandfather's Story of Gallipoli (J Fraser) : 43 The Royal Navy & Gallipoli (A Burgin) : 43 De Robeck's Farewell Speech to HMS Bacchante - 11 January 1916 : 46 HMS Bacchante : 7, 46, 47, 98, 126 The Royal Navy's contribution to the Gallipoli Campaign of 1915 (A L Burgin) : 48, 49, 50 The Evacuation from Gallipoli (R C Chadwick) : 50 HMS Implacable : 51 Naval Gunnery at Gallipoli : 51 HMS Talisman : 52 HMS Angora : 30, 52 HMS Talisman at Scapa Flow 1918 – 1919 (R C Chadwick) : 52 HMS Monitor M33 : 56, 68, 69, 83, 84, 103 HMS E14 : 56 Lt-Cdr. Edward Courtney Boyle VC. Gallipoli Victoria Crosses: 56 Operation Drama - HMS Edgar (R C Chadwick) : 63 Naval Bombardment in Support of the Army (Cmdr. H J Brooke) : 73 A Pensioner at Gallipoli (J C Welch) : 79 The First Naval Kite Balloon, (J Mackworth) : 80 A Midshipman and HMS Goliath (W J Westall) : 81 Midshipman George Leslie Drewry, VC : 82 The True Glory : The Royal Navy 1914 – 1939 by Max Arthur : 39, 83 Cruise of HMS Euryalus - August 1914 to August 1917. The Diary of AB. L A Dawes : 87 A Newly Discovered Letter : Carl Muhlmann - The Effect of Allied Naval Fire at Gallipoli., (M Pavelec & Dr. T H E Travers) : 88 HMS Vengeance : 88 Rear-Admiral Eric Gascoigne Robinson, VC OBE (1882 –1965) : 88 HMS Ark Royal – Gallipoli and After (J Welsh) : 89 Log of Midshipman Robert Dent (Ed. R L Martin) : 89 Admiral Dunbar-Nasmith : 91 Sarajevo to Gallipoli (Lynne Merrin) : 98 HMS Euryalus : 77, 87, 100 HMS E-15. Never Trust A Fisherman. Memories of the 2002 Tour (D Hjort) : 101 HMS Anzac : 106

Navy's Historical Branch opens in Portsmouth : 108 Williams A/B William VC. Honoured on Gallipoli Day 2005 : 108 HMS Chatham : 108 HMS E11 : 108 Midshipman Noel P Machin - A Son's Reflections (D Machin) : 110 Midshipman Reginald Malet de Carteret 1898 -1916 (E Malet de Carteret) : 111 HMS Ivernia –Collingwood Battalion Voyage from Devonport to Mudros : 114 HMS Vindictive - Paintings by Charles E Dixon sold at auction : 115 Gallipoli Postcards – 2 Photographs of HMS Prince George (J C Welch) :115 ‘Telling the Navy where to shoot’ – Captive Balloons [Central Press Photograph] : 115 Royal Marine Service Registers On-Line : 120 ‘X’ Lighters - DVD (D Mallard) 121, 123 The Life and Letters of Captain (Temp. Major) Cuthbert Bromley VC (C Summerson) : 120, 121

HMT Clan Macrae – Log Book for sale. (R Pike) : 121 The HMT Royal Edward in Barcelona (D Saunders) : 121 The Gallipoli Landings as seen by A/Clerk Brian Gregory, HMS Prince of Wales (P B Barber): 122 HMHS Dover Castle - Sister Mary Christian Tawney, QAIMNS (C Pittman-Corner) : 122 Return of the Halep nameplate – Turkish vessel sank by E11 (D Dunbar-Nasmith) : 123 Monitor HMS M.33 – current position on preservation project : 123 The Landing at Kabu Tepe as seen by Midshipman E Bidder Clark,,HMS Prince of Wales : 125 Letters from Gallipoli – Harold Housden, 2

nd Royal Naval Brigade : 126

Project Beneath Gallipoli – underwater survey of wreck sites (Tim Smith) : 126, 127 Letters from Gallipoli (1920) – Lieut. Cmdr. W T Curtis RN, HMS Benbow (Dr J Godrich): 127 ‘The Nautilus’ - a launch used to transport wounded at Gallipoli restored in New Zealand : 128 Wreck of the E14 found : 129 The Enemy I Respect : HMS E14 (S Karakas) : 130 Motor Cycle Despatch Riders at Mudros - Photograph. : 128 Bad Day at Mudros (M Hickey) : 130 Reputation of the Manica (P Ford) : 131 An American Eyewitness’s Observations on the Gallipoli Campaign (A D Harvey) : 132 The Monitor M30 (M Hanna) : 130 HMS M33 – A Glorious Past, a new Future (D Tweddle); 133 Royal Scots An Edinburgh Sacrifice (I Wood) : 57 Proposed memorial to the Royal Scots at Quintinshill : 63 Quintinshill Rail Disaster. The Memorials at Larbet & Gretna Green (J Cameron) : 74, 79 Diary of Pte. John J Goate, Machine Gun Section, 5th Royal Scots (April- May 1915) : 91 Quintinshill 90 Years On : 109 Unveiling of a Memorial Plaque at Quintinshill – 26 September 2010 (J Cameron) : 126

Royal Scots Fusiliers A Scotsman's Letters from Gallipoli & Egypt 1915-16 (R Pike) : 70

Russell, Capt. Wilmot P M Lemnos [From The Gallipoli Campaign a Personal Reminiscence by Wilmot P M Russell] : 117 Rutter, Cpl. Claude Arthur Gordon A Plaque Rediscovered (Michael J Riley) :125

S

St Barnabas Pilgrimages The 1926 Pilgrimage to Gallipoli and Salonika :125, 127 Salomons, Captain David R A Survivor’s Account of the sinking of HMS Hythe and a tribute to Capt. D R Salomons : 129, 131 Salonika That's Salonika That Was ... (Maj. E H W Banner) : 27

Salonika Campaign Society : 93 , 118, 125 September in Salonika (Jean-Claude Lis) : 104 Salonika Trench Map CD published by the Salonika Campaign Society: 125

Sandhurst, Royal Military College Unique Memorial : 90

Sandringham, Norfolk [See also Norfolk Regiment] The Lost Army of Gallipoli : 13, 14 The Lost Norfolks (G E Dale) : 15 The Norfolk Watch - A Reminiscence of Gallipoli (Maj. L Ridgway) : 15 The Fifth Norfolks - 'Up in the Clouds' [A Rejection of the UFO Claim](Maj. E H W Banner) : 29 U.F.O's & the Dardanelles : 30 More On The Fifth Royal Norfolks (S W Jarvis) : 31 King's Company (Sandringham) : 66 All the King's Men : 80, 90 All The King's Men (Col. M Hickey) : 91 Capt. Cedric Coxon 5th. Bn (Lt-Cmdr. A J D Coxon) : 92 The Sandringhams at Suvla Bay (D Rayner) : Insert 93 Sandringham War Memorial : 106, 107 A Day to be Savoured (A Coxon) : 107 My Father was One of the King's Men at Gallipoli (J Crowe) : 107 90th Anniversary Commemoration Service at West Newton (J Crowe) : 109 [Note: This service became an annual event and later services are not indexed. In 2010 the service moved to Dersingham – see entry] 'The Sandringham Becks at Gallipoli' – Address given by Graham Beck) : 119

Sandwich Gallipoli at Sandwich : 84

Sari Bair With the Gurkhas on Sari Bair (Col. E S Phipson) : 3 : 26 The Allanson Diary : 25 1/6th Bn. Gurkhas & 6th. Bn. South Lancs Regt in the Battle of Sari Bair (Maj. G R Mott) : 25 Three Occasions When We Might Have Succeeded (Brig. R B Rathbone) : 46

Savory, Lt-Gen. Sir Reginald Some Gallipoli Memories : 6, 9, 10, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 19, 21, 23 Obituary : 33 A Profile in Courage (Harbans Singh Thandi) : 34 [see also Book Review in issue 133]

Scimitar Hill

Scimitar Hill : 56

Scott, Revd. Chaplain W F Letters from Chaplain W F Scott RN serving aboard HMS Agamemnon : 41, 42, 43

Scottish Horse Cpl. Lyn Heckles - 'He won the Bet' (G Heckles) : 116 Scottish Rifles, [see The Cameronians] Scruton, John Sgt. 3

rd Field Coy.

Sgt J Scruton , 3rd

Field Co. Divisional Engineers, RND - A casualty from the evacuation at Helles : 131 Senegal Visit of the French Gallipoli Association (Jean-Claude Lis) : 99 SGA Memoir des Hommes - Soldiers who Died for France during WW1 (R Pike) : 103

Sherwood Rangers We Did Our March in Very Orderly Fashion Indeed - Walter Jackson of the Sherwood Rangers (M Longley) : 88

Shot at Dawn Memorial Shot at Dawn Memorial Service : 93 Shot at Dawn Memorial : The Gallipoli Three (Rosemary Clarke) : 108 The Gallipoli Three – Another View (F Summerson) : 110 [See also - Book Review - Death Sentences Passed by Military Courts of the British Army 1914-24 : 87]

Shrapnel Valley Cemetery Shrapnel Valley Cemetery – Postcard sent in the 1930s: 129

Signals/Signalling - see Engineers, Royal

Sikhs, 14th (King George's Own), Ferozepore Some Gallipoli Memories (Lt-Gen. Sir Reginald Savory) : 6, 9, 10, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 19, 21 Sikh Seeks Sikh (Maj. Dhanna Singh) : 27 A Profile in Courage (Harbans Singh Thandi) : 34 [see also Book Review in issue 133] 14th Sikhs at Gallipoli : 104

Simpson, Pte. John The Ranker (R M Gale) : 22 John Simpson Kirkpatrick of South Shields (D Saunders) : 72 John Simpson & His Donkey Bow Out (from Herald Sun 1994) : 76 Private John Simpson (J J Fallon) : 78 Purple Cross for Gallipoli Donkey : 86 John Simpson Kirkpatrick - A Tribute at Gallipoli (S Blenkinsop) : 93 Simpson Petition [to the Federal Parliament in Australia] : 93 Simpson VC? : 95 Pte. Simpson. A Further Comment (J McCloskey) : 96 Simpson Again : 97 John Simpson Memorial and Remembrance Services (A Lockyear) : 101, 102 John Simpson - The Dictionary of National Biography : 106 Gallipoli Painting of 'Simpson and his Donkey' sold at auction despite controversy: 115 Information Please – Photograph and request for information : 128 Sing, Trp. Billy One Careless Movement – You’re Dead (Ken Wright) : 129 Skyros Skyros Magic (Maj. H & Mrs J Rodge) : 90 Snipers One Careless Movement – You’re Dead (Ken Wright) : 129 The Snipers’ Nest Raid (Ian Gill) : 130 Sniping at Gallipoli (W Olson) : 133 Somerset Light Infantry Gallipoli - My Hectic 6-7 Weeks in May-June 1915 (Maj. P H Cripps) : 14 Captain Oliver Williams Benn (James Benn) : 131

Songs (Music) A Song called 'Suvla Bay' : 57 They Were There! : 99

South Wales Borderers Sons & Fathers - Lennox Napier (Lt. Col. Sir Joseph Napier) : 44 Pte. William G Crisp (1892-1968), 2nd Bn. South Wales Borderers : 107 Peninsula Press (No. 26) – 15 June 1915 : 126

Special Dardanelles Army Order of the Day Special Dardanelles Army Order of the Day and Telegrams - 11 January 1916 : 76 , 124

Speeches about Gallipoli Amphibious Assault at Gallipoli - Gallipoli Memorial Bursary (Lt. R P H Hutchings) 8 Duke of Edinburgh - Address at Association Dinner 1975 : 19 Lord Hankey at the Annual Dinner 1981: 37 Lord Hill-Norton at the Annual Dinner 1982: 40 Admiral de Robeck's Farewell Speech to HMS Bacchante 11 Jan 1916 : 46 Submarines in the Sea of Marmara - Speech given at the Autumn Lunch 1989 (M Wilson) : 61 International Symposium (Ankara) : 65 'V' Beach and the River Clyde : The Epitome of Gallipoli (N Steel) : 68 Others Were There Too – Speech by HE John Collinge to the Oxford Australia/New Zealand Society : 82 1996 Gallipoli Association Lunch - 23 October (Sir Benjamin Bathurst) : 83 1997 Gallipoli Day Lunch - Address by Captain Ahmet Erdogan : 84 2000 Autumn Lunch -. Maj.Gen. Julian Thompson : 95 2001 Autumn Lunch - What If's at Gallipoli. Field Marshal Lord Carver) : 98 Gallipoli. A Glorious Disaster. Sir Arthur Hockaday at Autumn lunch - Gallipoli Bursary : 103 Speeches given by HRH Prince Michael of Kent and by Alderman Robert Finch, Lord Mayor of London following the Rededication of the Royal Naval Division Memorial: 103 Australian War Memorial – Address by Sen. A Ferguson at the first Dawn Service : 105 Text of a Sermon given by Sir Arthur Hockaday at Eltham, Gallipoli Day 2004 : 105 A Conference to Mark the 90th. Anniversary of the Gallipoli Campaign : 107 What Gallipoli Means to Me (J Scotson) : 108 Collingwood Memorial Address - 2 June 2006 (Col. M Hickey) : 111 Donald Bland Memorial Bursary Article. The Battle of Gully Ravine 28 June 1915 : 112 Australian War Memorial Anniversary Oration ( L Carlyon) : 112 'My Fascination with Gallipoli' – Lord Ramsbottom's Address to the 2007 Autumn Lunch : 116 'Missioners for Peace' (G Christopher, M Gwillim, S Manners, S Saunders, M Wilkinson) : 117 'The Sandringham Becks at Gallipoli' – Address given by Graham Beck : 119 President of the Irish Republic visits Gallipoli and unveils a memorial at Green Hill Cemetery : 123 Spies Reference to a ‘lady spy’ in a diary kept by a member of the crew of HMS Bacchante: 126

Staffordshire Regiment, South

At Gallipoli With the South Staffords (Lt-Col. W Busby) : 37, 39

Stamps [See also Postal History] A Gallipoli Stamp (R N Gale) : 15 The Ranker (R E Gale) : 22 Gallipoli Savings Stamps (D Hunt) : 90 The Last Anzacs : 92 First Day Cover – Walter Parker VC : 98 Lord Roberts Memorial Fund Stamps (D Hunt) : 101 Lord Roberts Memorial Fund Stamp Album (T Johnson): 102 Gallipoli Commemorative Stamps (P Moon) : 104 New Zealand Gallipoli Stamp : 109 Anzac Day Commemorative Stamps : 117 A Gallipoli Stamp from Newfoundland (Dr P Smith) : 120 More Stamps with Gallipoli Connections [Iconic Anzac Dishes] : 120 Anzac Day 2010 - stamps issued by NZ post : 123 Victoria Cross – The New Zealand Story – a book by New Zealand Post about the country’s 22 VCs : 126 Norfolk Island, South Pacific : 129

Stephenson, Lce-Cpl. John W, Australian Engineers

Visiting Uncle Jack Gallipoli September 2005 : 110

Strategy The Immortal Gamble (Capt. AW Clarke) : 9 Strategy of the Gallipoli Campaign, The (Lt-Col. H S Thuillier) : 21 Gallipoli and the Sequel (Maj. E H W Banner) : 26 Gallipoli and the Limits of Failure (R D Layman): 125 British Military Intelligence at Suvla Bay – August 1915 (S Pikarski) : 130

Submarines Brief Story of A Submariner (G H Burtoft) : 15 Periscope Problems (G E Dale) : 29 Submarines in the Sea of Marmara (D Saunders) : 53 A Month in the Sea of Marmara ( R O Moth) : 53 Lt-Cdr. E C Boyle VC - Gallipoli Victoria Crosses: 56 Submarines in the Sea of Marmara (M Wilson) : 61 An Unforgettable Experience [Unveiling of the Submariners’ Memorial in Holbrook, NSW] : 87 , 124 Admiral Dunbar Nasmith – Permanent Exhibition at Gosport : 91 History in the Depths : 96 Never Trust A Fisherman - Memories of the 2002 Tour (D Hjort) : 101 Some Comments and Further Information on Never Trust a Fisherman (P Nykiel) : 102 Gallipoli - The War Beneath the Waves (B Sellars) : 107 Boats v Horses : 108 Silent Anzac's Secret's Sought – Archaeological survey of HMAS A2 (J Martin) : 115 Biography of Admiral Sir Martin Eric Dunbar- Nasmith – Available on Oxford Dictionary of National Biography Website : 115 Return of the Halep nameplate – Turkish vessel sank by E11 (D Dunbar-Nasmith) : 123 Wreck of the E14 found : 129 The Enemy I Respect : HMS E14 (S Karakas) : 130

Suffolk Regiment

The 1/5th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment TF (Capt. E D Wolton) : 45, 47 Letters from the Front to Lavenham - Capt. Hubert C, MC, Wolton, 1/5th. Suffolk Regt.: 110

Suffolk Yeomanry

Return to Gallipoli (R E Moore) : 5

Surnames

The Baker, The Postman & The Hairy Wrestler - Turkish surnames (G Lee/I Aksu) : 102

Surrey, Royal West (The Queen's) Regiment The (First) Great War for Civilisation 1914 –1918 (B W Boddy) : 20 A Family Jigsaw [Pte. James Austin](J J Fallon) : 74

Surrey Yeomanry

After Gallipoli - A Tailor's Farewell (Col. R Cook) : 39

Sussex Regiment, Royal Pte. Frederick Baker (P Gareipy) : 75 Letter to the Front – Letter to L/Cpl. Philip D Dutch, Royal Sussex Regiment : 119 Sussex Yeomanry Remembering Three Sussex Yeomen (RSM J W Graham, SQMS Percy Baker, Tpr. Fred Toop) : 128 Suvla Bay My View of Suvla (Capt. D Figgis) : 2 Extracts from my Diary (C R S Saunders) : 3 Road to Suvla (J H C Murray) : 4 Rescue Suvla – (H Hough) : 6 A Suvla Memory (Maj. H Fellowes Prynne) : 8 With the Post-Office Telegraphs at the Evacuation of Suvla (T H Edmunds) : 9 9th Bn. Royal Warwickshire Regt. at the Evacuation of Suvla Bay (H A Hibberd) : 11, 36 Night Operations with 11th. Division (Lt. R Hough) : 14 The Suvla Bay Landings as seen from Anzac - August 1915 (Lt-Col. H S Thuillier) : 15 A Suvla Echo (W G Mead) : 18 Suvla Memories (W T Cowley) : 26 Excursion to Suvla (C E Lintott) : 31 A Letter from Suvla (E G Jarrett) : 34 My Experiences of Suvla Bay (A G May) : 34

Suvla (E V Godrich) : 36, 37, 38, 40, 41, 43 Three Occasions When We Might Have Succeeded (Brig. R B Rathbone) : 46 Notes on the Use of Bombs in the Suvla-Anzac Area (M E Hanco*ck) : 51 The Evacuation of Suvla (Brig. Gen. R B Rathbone) : 52 Some Letters from Suvla : 54, 55 A Song Called Suvla : 57 Suvla Departure (R G Lowry) : 67 Sam Lodge (eye-witness account from Trenching at Gallipoli by John Gallishaw) : 83 The Sandringhams at Suvla Bay (D Rayner) : Insert 93 22nd Anniversary of Suvla Bay : 111 Highland Mountain Gunners at Gallipoli ( M M Morrison & I Hamilton) : 113 A King's Corporal at Suvla Bay : Cpl. G Cox, 6th Bn. East Yorkshire Regt. [Medals sold] : 115 House Names with Gallipoli Connections - Anzac and Suvla : 116 Transports of Delight – A Bristol City Omnibus at West Beach, Suvla (D Hjort) : 118 ‘Highlanders at work helping to make a breakwater’ (at Suvla) [Central News Photograph] ; 119 Locating the Burial Place of my Grandfather – Lt. William Hill, 8

th Bn. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (R Hill) : 120

Gallipoli and Dublin Castle (L & K Edmonds) : 123 Project Beneath Gallipoli – underwater survey of wreck sites (Tim Smith) : 126, 127 The story behind two crosses placed in the Field of Remembrance (D Lockwood) : 127 British Military Intelligence at Suvla Bay – August 1915 (S Pikarski) : 130, 131 Extract from the book, The Mountains of Moab (Dr J Godrich), based on the diary of Cpl. E V Godrich relating to his service at Gallipoli with the Worcestershire Yeomanry : 132 (Part 1), 133 (Part 2) Captured at Suvla Bay : Three Personal Accounts (A D Harvey): 133

T

Talisman, HMS

Destroyer Leader at Scapa Flow 1918-1919 - Surrender of German fleet (R C Chadwick) 52

Tasmania Eight from Tasmania : 60 A Lone Pine in Sheffield, Tasmania (C Hague) : 95

Tawney, Sister, Mary Christian Sister Mary Christian Tawney, QAIMNS (C Pittman-Corner) : 122 John A Chisholm Taylor, 2/Lt Photographs of Gallipoli taken by the above while serving with 1/10

th Bn. Manchester Regiment ; 131, 133

Telegraph Offices [See also Postal History] Telegraph Offices Casualties (P Gariepy) : 116

Tell England [see also Raymond, Ernest] Tell England : Ernest Raymond - A brief background to the novel; the war service of its author and

a short introduction to the film (P Dutton) : 97

Throckmorton, Richard, Lt. Colonel, 5th

Bn. Wiltshire Regiment ‘Letter from Gallipoli’ - about the execution of Sgt J Robins, 5

th Bn. Wiltshire Regt. : 131,132

Throssell, Hugo (Jim) VC

Outcast Anzac Honoured (D Hunt) : 97

Tisdall, Sub-Lt. Arthur Walderne St. Clair (VC) Gallipoli Victoria Crosses : 61 Tisdall VC (D Heald) : 71 Sub-Lieut. Arthur Tisdall VC : 79 A Rescued Portrait : 86 Tisdall Division : 86 The Opening of the Tisdall Building - Bedford Preparatory School (C Goodwin) : 93

Tompkins, Pte. Edwin New headstone for Gallipoli Casualty : 121, Room for One More – A Forgotten Anzac (M Irwin) : 123,124 Tomkins Road : 129 Toop, Trp. Frederick (Fred) Remembering Three Sussex Yeomen : 128 Tourism A Turkish view on matters relating to the Gallipoli Peninsula (G Pinar) : 121 Tours/Visits – (1) Reports up to 1975 Gallipoli Holiday - 1969 Style. (H E Slaymaker) : 2 Storm in the Adriatic - Gallipoli Pilgrimage (G E Dale) : 3 Return to Gallipoli (R E Moore) : 5 Gallipoli Tour 1971 (Maj. E H W Banner): 6 Back To Gallipoli 1971 - A Personal Impression (G E Dale) : 6 Gallipoli Tour 1971 - Random Jottings (Capt. E F Wettern) : 7 Episodes During the Gallipoli Tour 1971 (Lt-Col. P J Gething) : 7 Gallipoli Today (Maj. T Verschoyle) : 7 A Yeoman at Gallipoli in 1971 (J W de W Stapleford) : 8 Finding the Battery Site – 1915, 1965, 1971 (G E Dale) : 8 Impressions of Gallipoli (K Tranmer) : 9 Half a Century On - Gallipoli Pilgrimage 1965 (Maj. E H W Banner) - : 9 1974 Gallipoli Pilgrimage (Capt. H N Lyster) : 15 Gallipoli Tour - 60 Years On (Maj. E H W Banner) :17 The 1975 Gallipoli Tour (G B Horridge) : 18 Gallipoli 60th Anniversary Visit (K Tranmer) : 18 The Galata Bridge which spans the Golden Horn (E J Bennett) : 18 The 1975 Trip to Gallipoli (Maj. A G Coulson) : 19 A Visit to Gully Ravine (E Harris) : 19 Glimpses of Gallipoli (1915, 1928, 1936, 1965) (Maj. T Verschoyle) : 29 1957 Gallipoli Pilgrimage : 30 St Barnabas Pilgrimage to Gallipoli and Salonika - 1926 (Maj. E H W Banner) : 34, 125, 127 My Father on Gallipoli (J Lewis) : 44 Gallipoli Revisited – 1928 (Sir Joseph Napier) : 45 A 1925 Visit to Gallipoli - The Recollections of Maisie Anderson : 67 In The Beginning (Vicky Banner) [Includes biographical information on Maj. E H W Banner and the 50th Anniversary Pilgrimage in 1965] : 87 Gallipoli 1965 - 50th Anniversary of the Allied Landings (P Newman) : 109 Gallipoli Revisited in 1918 (C Townsend) : 109 Early Tours to the Peninsula - 1923 (Col. M Hickey) : 103 A Pilgrimage to Gallipoli – 1936 (Account by G E Willis published in Newbury Weekly News) : 118 Return to Gallipoli - An account of the 1936 Pilgrimage to Gallipoli by Mr Harry Harris : 122, 123 A True Story? – Death of a veteran on Gallipoli tour 20 years after he was wounded (A Martindell) : 122 The 1967 Pilgrimage to Gallipoli and the Revd. J K Best MC :129 Visit of Edward VIII to Gallipoli in 1934 : 131, 132

Tours/Visits – (2) Reports 1975 to date The Helles Sector 1977 (Maj. G B Horridge) : 25 1978 Expedition on 25 April (J H Heeley) : 27 Material Reminders of Gallipoli (Prof: L T Slade) : 36 Gallipoli Diary 1980 (P N Dalkin) : 36, 37, 38, 39 A Pilgrimage to Gallipoli (Maj. J C G Mackinlay) : 38 The Peninsular Again 1981 (N Anthony) : 38 Gallipoli – 68 Years Later (Lt. Col. M E Hanco*ck) : 42 In Gallipoli for the 69th Anniversary (Maj. and Mrs T Holt) : 45 1985 War Graves Pilgrimage to Gallipoli (H J A Brooke) : 49 A Pilgrimage to Gallipoli (Capt. C A Bennett) : 50 The Essence of the Battle (Ross Kerridge) : 52 Gallipoli from the Sea (Nevin Anthony) : 54 RBL & Government Sponsored Pilgrimage to Gallipoli : 60 Gallipoli Trip 1988 (B A Jamieson) : 61

Visiting the Gallipoli Peninsula (Dr R M and Mrs B Love) : 61 Gallipoli 75 Years On (Dr R M & Mrs B W Love) : 62 Return to Gallipoli (W S Churchill) : 63 1990 - A War Graves Visit to Gallipoli & A Visit to Ephesus (H J A Brooke) : 63 80th Anniversary on the Peninsula (M Kemal Yilmaz) : 78 Haunting Memories [An 80th Anniversary Pilgrimage to Gallipoli] (H and J Rodge) : 78 Dawn at Ari Burnu 1995 (J W Tanner) : 78 Visit to the Commonwealth War Graves Commission : 81 Gallipoli Day on Gallipoli (1997) : 84 A Spiked Gun at Helles [Found on a Gallipoli Tour] (N Cherry) : 86 HRH the Duke of York Visits Gallipoli (Cmdr. Charlotte Manley) : 89 Royal Marines at Gallipoli : 92 The Peninsula – 85 Years On (Col. M Hickey) : 93 On the Summit of Chunuk Bair (C Townsend) : 93 Association Trip to Gallipoli, (Lyn Macdonald) 96 Dubs at Gallipoli 2001 : 98 The 2002 Association Tour To Gallipoli (Maj. H Jenner) : 99 Never Trust A Fisherman - Memories of the 2002 Tour (D Hjort) : 101 Some Comments and Further Information on Never Trust A Fisherman (P Nykiel) : 102 2003 Association Tour to Gallipoli (H Jenner) : 102 In the Footsteps of the 4th. Australian Infantry Brigade (G Moran) : 104 2004 - The Fifth Association Tour to Gallipoli (R Smith) : 105 2005 Gallipoli Association Tour (C Moss) : 108 Walking Tour September 2005 (M Willoughby) : 109 Visiting Uncle Jack - Gallipoli September 2005 : 110 Gallipoli Tour May 2006 (Col. R F May) : 111 Gallipoli Tour October 2006 (P Ramsden) : 112 The Gallipoli Peninsula Today : 112 A Pilgrimage to the grave of Lt. Leslie P Jones in Redoubt Cemetery (R Phillips Jones) : 115 'Missioners for Peace' (G Christopher, M Gwillim, S Manners, S Saunders, M Wilkinson) : 117 The Story of a Gallipoli Guide (G Pinar) :118 Buninyong Poppies (C Hutterer) : 118 Transports of Delight – A Bristol City Omnibus at West Beach Suvla (D Hjort) :118 Pilgrimage to Gallipoli and Salonika by the Association Nationale Pour le Souvenir des Dardanelles et Fronts d'Orient : 120 Gallipoli Association Tour, September 2009 (H Jenner) : 121 My Journey to Gallipoli – Tracing Pte. 1422 William Pritchard 4

th Bn. AIF (Carol Sach) : 122, 124

President of the Irish Republic visits Gallipoli : 123 Gallipoli and Dublin Castle (L & K Edmonds) : 123 In the Footsteps of the 6

th Gurkha Rifles (C Scott MacKirdy) : 127

An Act of Remembrance on the Dardanelles (S Bromage) : 130 The 2012 Gallipoli Association Tour Report (Maj. Jenner) : 130 The 2012 ‘Walking Gallipoli’ Tour – An Australian Perspective (G Pullen) : 130 Two visits to Gallipoli (John Howell) : 131 Travers, Lt. Spencer R V Lt. Spencer R V Travers, 7

th Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers (Olivia Howe) : 129

Trench Mortars Correspondence on the subject of mortars : 48, 49, 50 [This relates to an article in issue No. 47]

Trenches and Trench Names British & French Trenches - Gallipoli Peninsula : 40 Trench & Place Names (M A Nolan) : 75 Gallipoli and Dublin Castle (L & K Edmonds) : 123

Triumph Cards Cigarette cards from the comic Triumph : 94

Triumph, HMS Sinking of HMS Triumph (H H Hudson) : 18

Truces

A Turkish Truce? (Maj. H McK Whittall RND) : 18

Trumpledor, Joseph

Joseph Trumpledor: Port Arthur - Gallipoli - Te Hai (M Robson) : 87

Turkey/Turkish International Symposium of the 75th Anniversary of the Gallipoli Campaign (Ankara 1990) : 65 A Location for Friendship : 66 Water-Carrier Huseyin (from Mehmetcik Ve Anzaklar by Baha Vefa Karatay) : 72 Memories of A Turkish Soldier (Iskender Mericli) : 75 Last Letter of a Martyr, Killed in the Gallipolian War (Dr. E Turkmen) : 76 Restoration Plans following the Fire (M Kemal Yilmaz) : 76 Some Corner of a Foreign Field - Turkish Graves on the Isle of Man (Margery West) : 76 80th Anniversary on the Peninsular (M. Kemal Yilmaz) : 78 'To The Martyrs of Chanakkale' – Poem by Mehemet Akif Ersoy (Dr E Turkman) : 79 Information sought on Turkish Ferry 'Halic' 14 : 89 Funeral of Ataturk : 93 Gallipoli Through the Eyes of Turkish Artists (Ibrahim Aksu - G Lee) : 94 Turkish Hand Grenade in South Africa (Gavin Pinar) : 98 The Ataturk Memorial Canberra (P Cobb) : 99, 124, 125 The Baker, The Postman & The Hairy Wrestler [Turkish surnames] (G Lee/I Aksu) 102 Death of Salim Mutlu [founder of the private museum at Alticepe] (G Pinar) : 104 Caricatures of the Gallipoli Campaign in the Turkish Press 1915-1916 (O F Bilkan/H E Avci) : 105 A Distant Turkish Martyrs' Cemetery [Isle of Man] : (G Pinar) : 106 The Turkish Yearbook of Gallipoli Studies (Ibrahim Aksu - G Lee) : 112, 115 New-Yorker Staats-Beitung Kriegs-Album (C Makahian) : 113 Forty Years On - Turkish Veterans Union : 113 The Respect to History Park, Eceabat : 117 Military Attaché for Turkey ends tour of Duty in UK (J Crowe) : 117 'Missioners for Peace' (G Christopher, M Gwillim, S Manners, S Saunders, M Wilkinson) : 117 The Story of a Gallipoli Guide (G Pinar) :118 Completing the Story – Researching the Turkish Military Archives (H Broadbent): 119 94

th Anniversary Commemorations in Turkey (J Crowe) : 120

A Fire on the Gallipoli Peninsula - March 2009 (N Imamoglu) : 120 A [Turkish] View on Matters Relating to the Gallipoli Peninsula (G Pinar) : 121 Last letter of a Martyr of the Dardanelles – Hasan Ethem : 122, 123 (Clarification) Human Bones found on the Gallipoli Battlefields (Letter from G Pinar and CWGC response) : 122 Return of the Halep nameplate – Turkish vessel sank by E11 (D Dunbar-Nasmith) : 123 Kemal Ataturk’s Words [misquoted on Ataturk Memorial in Canberra] : 124, 125 A new Nusret Mine Layer (Guven Pinar) :126, 127 News from Turkey – Buried guns excavated at Kumkale (G Pinar): 130, 131 The Enemy I Respect : HMS E14 (S Karakas) : 130 Visit of Edward VIII in 1934 : 131, 132 Nordenfelt Gun - captured by 2

nd Bn Royal Fusiliers at V Beach:131,132 [132 states the gun was at ‘X’

Beach] An American Eyewitness’s Observations on the Gallipoli Campaign (A D Harvey) : 132 Restoration of the Akbas Turkish Cemetery (G Pinar) : 133 Don’t Hesitate Further – Come and Surrender [Turkish leaflet dropped over the Peninsula] : 133

Turner, Pte. & A/QM-Sgt. E H A Very Remarkable Old Gentleman (Cmdr. E Allison Burrows) : 11

TV A Fortunate Life (A B Facey) : 51 Gallipoli – The Boys Who Came Home : 64 All The King's Men : A Review of the TV Drama (Col. M Hickey) : 91 History in the Depths : 96 Gallipoli - BBC Programme (Maj. H Jenner) : 102

U

U.F.O's

The Lost Army of Gallipoli [Regiment Vanished in the Clouds : UFO claim] : 13, 14 The Fifth Norfolks - 'Up in the Clouds' [A Rejection of the UFO Claim](Maj. E H W Banner) : 29 The Dardanelles and UFOs : 30

Union Jack Club Gallipoli Memorials : 89

Unwin, Cdr. E. VC

Commander Unwin's Victoria Cross : 108

United States of America An American Eyewitness’s Observations on the Gallipoli Campaign (A D Harvey) : 132

V

V Beach Incident at V Beach on 25 April 1915 (K Tranmer) : 37 V Beach and the River Clyde : The Epitome of Gallipoli (N Steel) : 68 V Beach from the Sea (N Steel) : 101 The Landing from the River Clyde at ‘V’ Beach by a Company Commander [Capt. G W Geddes], 1

st Bn.

Royal Munster Fusiliers : 124 The Monmouth Sappers, 5

th Siege Coy. Royal Monmouthshire R.E. (B Jarvis) : 130

Nordenfelt Gun - captured by 2nd

Bn Royal Fusiliers at V Beach: 131,132 [132 states the gun was at ‘X’ Beach]

Vanished Battalion - see Norfolk Regiment

Vaughan Lt. Horace W H Lt. Horace William Henry Vaughan. 10

th Bn. King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment (A Vaughan): 117

Veterans A Day with the Veterans (K Tranmer) : 9 Gallipoli Veterans at Passing Out Parade of the Gallipoli Platoon (S Blythman) : 54 An Episode in the Life of a Gallipoli Veteran (R C Chadwick) : 55 Eight from Tasmania : 60 Veteran, Jimmy Page gets his Sauce : 76 One Hundred & Three Years Young, William Stone (C Hague) : 103 Veterans in 1967: 114, 116 A Gallipoli Veteran in Trafalgar Square – Lt. [later A. C.M.] Sir Keith Park (D Saunders) : 117, 122 Bourne, Basil Wood - Died on 50

th Anniversary Tour [Photograph of grave in Consular Cemetery] : 121

The Passing of the WW1 Generation – Memorial Service at Westminster Abbey (M Willoughby) :122 Return to Gallipoli - An account of the 1936 Pilgrimage to Gallipoli by Mr Harry Harris RAMC : 122, 123 A True Story? – Death of a veteran on Gallipoli tour, 20 years after he was wounded (A Martindell) : 122 Veterans’ Memories – Sgt S A Hall 1

st Bn. Lancashire Fus. & Cpl. E G Abrams, 4

th Bn. Essex Regt.: 122

73 Years On – A Veteran Remembers [Pte. Harry P Robinson, 88th Field Ambulance RAMC] : 129

Robert Gibbings – Artist and Gallipoli Veteran (T Daunt) : 130 Victoria Cross Cmdr. N Holbrook VC : 3 Lt-Col. Doughty-Wylie VC (Capt. E W Bush) : 5 Our Victoria Cross : 8 Victoria Crosses at Gallipoli (N Anthony) : 41 A Lone Grave (D Saunders) : 49 Lce-Cpl. W R Parker : 53 Tpr. W. Potts - The Man with A Shovel (D Saunders): 54 Edward Courtney Boyle : 56 Sqn. Cmdr. Richard Bell-Davies VC – 'A Doughty Man of War' (D Saunders) : 58 Brig. Gen. P A Kenna: 59, 65, 112 Sub Lieutenant A W St. C. Tisdall VC : 61

Lt. Col. Doughty-Wylie VC - The Doughty-Wylie Gun (D Saunders) : 70, 119 Trooper Potts VC Memorial (J D Stott) : 70 Arthur Walderne St. Clair Tisdall VC, 1890-1915 (D Heald) : 71, 76 , 79 Victoria Cross Winners Honoured in Wigan (J J Fallon) : 74 Lt. W T Forshaw VC (C Hague) : 76 Restoration of the Memorial to Sub. Lieut. Tisdall VC in St George's Church, Deal : 76 William Cosgrove VC (T Moloney) : 78 Sub-Lieut. Arthur Tisdall VC : 79 William Thomas Forshaw VC - The Manchester Regiment (Capt. R A Bonner) : 79 George Leslie Drewry VC – Loan of VC to the Imperial War Museum : 82 Holbrook and the Dardanelles : 83 New Victoria and George Cross Gallery, Imperial War Museum : 84 Freyburg VC Memorial (C Hague) : 84 A Rescued Portrait : 86 Tisdall Division : 86 An Unforgettable Experience : 87 Rear-Admiral Eric Gascoigne Robinson VC OBE (1882 - 1965) : 88 Medallion Mystery Solved and an Anzac Commemorative Medal (Patricia B Barber) : 88 Monuments to Courage by D Harvey : 90, 100 Admiral Dunbar Nasmith – Permanent Exhibition at Gosport : 91 Boer War Veterans at Gallipoli – Capt. Neville R Howse VC, Lt. Leslie C Maygar VC and Sgt. James Rogers VC (J Harvey) : 91 The Opening of the Tisdall Building - Bedford Preparatory School (C Goodwin) : 93 Alexander Gore-Ruthven, 1st Earl of Gowrie VC (D Hunt) : 93 Centenary of Australia's First Victoria Cross : 93 The Walter Parker VC Square : 94 Outcast Anzac Honoured - The Hugo Throssell VC Memorial, Northam, W.A. (D Hunt) : 97 Walter Parker VC - First Day Cover : 98 Cyril Bassett VC Remembered : 99 Major Richard Willis VC (from This England) : 100 Arthur Seaforth Blackburn VC, 10th. Bn. AIF (J Harvey) : 101 The Victoria Cross & George Cross Memorial Appeal : 101 An Enigmatic Footnote [2/Lt. G D R Moor VC] (M D Robson) : 106 A/B William Williams VC Honoured on Gallipoli Day 2005 : 108 Sgt. A Richards' Victoria Cross for sale/sold : 108, 109 Council Puts A Price on VC's Bravery [Lt. William Forshaw VC]: 108 Commander Unwin's Victoria Cross : 108 Sgt. Alfred Richards VC : 109 William Forshaw VC Remembered : 109 Capt. Richard Annand VC : 110 150th. Anniversary of the Victoria Cross Service at Westminster Abbey, 2006 : 112 Gallipoli Victoria Crosses at Auction : 112 'A Party Fit for Heroes' – Account of the Garden Party on 26 June 1920 : 114 Undefeated – Lt. Col. Jack Sherwood Kelly VC (P Bujak) : 119 [Book Review] The Life and Letters of Captain (Temp. Major) Cuthbert Bromley VC (C Summerson) : 120, 121

Major H W James VC, 4th Bn. Plaque unveiled in Kensal Green Cemetery : 121,122, 124

Fred Potts VC - Two Families United in a Single Act of Bravery : (J Cooksey) 122 Gallipoli in the Imperial War Museum’s Lord Ashcroft [GC/VC] Gallery (N Steel) : 124 Victoria Cross – The New Zealand Story – a book by New Zealand Post about the country’s 22 VCs : 126 Memorial to Tpr. Frederick Potts VC : 127 Blue Plaque in Grantham commemorates the birthplace of Walter Parker VC : 128

Video Gallipoli - The Boys Who Came Home : 64 A Debt of Honour (CWGC Video) : 81 History in the Depths : 96 Gallipoli - The Last Crusade : 97 Veterans Videos : 100

Vindictive, HMS HMS Vindictive returning from Zeebrugge : Painting by Charles Dixon : 115

Visits to Gallipoli - see Tours

W

W Beach (Lancashire Landing) HMS Euryalus at W Beach (J J Fallon) : 77 The Discovery of the W Beach Reservoirs (S Chambers) : 97, (H Higgs) 98 Lancashire Landing - 25 April (H Mallinson) : 100 ‘With the British at the Dardanelles’ - A Traction Engine at ‘W’ Beach [Central News Photograph] : 115 Lighter found at ‘W’ Beach (R Szwed) : 121 Pte. 1548 Stephen Doyle, 1

st Bn. Lancashire Fusiliers – A Steady Soldier (S Doyle) : 124

The Monmouth Sappers, 5th Siege Coy. Royal Monmouthshire R.E. (B Jarvis) : 130

Painting of W Beach by Archie Paton, 3rd

Field Coy., Divisional Engineers RND : 131 Waite, Maj. F The Trenches on the Crest of Chunuk Bair (from The New Zealanders at Gallipoli): 65 Walker, Capt. Arthur J A Gallipoli Casualty – Capt. Arthur J Walker (Mrs A Friele) : 119

Walker, Major-Gen. Sir Harold Bridgwood ‘Hooky Walker – The English General’ [Maj. Gen. Sir Harold Walker 1

st Australian Div.] (P Burness): 123

War Artists – see Art and Artists War Correspondents Elis Ashmead-Bartlett 1881-1931 (R Nichols) : 101 Elis Ashmead-Bartlett 1881-1931 (B Best) : 104 References to the Gallipoli Campaign by Colonel C Repington (R Smith MVO) : 108 Myth Maker by F& E Brenchley [Book Review]: 110 We Thought it was Ashmead-Bartlett (D Saunders) : 122

War Memorials [see Memorials]

Warwickshire Regiment, Royal My Most Terrifying Experience at Gallipoli (H A Hibberd) : 3 9th. Bn. at the evacuation of Suvla Bay (H A Hibberd) : 11 More on the 9th Royal Warwicks ( H A Hibberd) : 36 9th Royal Warwickshire Regiment at Gallipoli (K Derby) : 113

Warwickshire Yeomanry

Campion's War (Warwickshire Yeomanry Museum Trust) : 106

Water/Wells Dowsing at Gallipoli (R Slifierz) : 116

Watkins, Charles Extracts from Lost Endeavour : 3, 4, 5, 7, 14, 20, 21, 23, 27, 28, 29, 31, 34, 35, 36, 40, 41, 42, 44 A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (and on Gallipoli) : 6 The Guinea Stamp : 10 A Boy and his Dog : 13 Brief Encounter : 16, 43 [Reprint] Our Ghostly Guests : 25 Poor Old Jack : 26

Watson's Pier Watson's Pier : 116, Project Beneath Gallipoli – underwater survey of wreck sites (Tim Smith) : 126, 127

Watson, Rfn. A Dearest Mother (Cassette tape of letters) : 91

Watts Cemetery Chapel Watts Cemetery Chapel, Compton, Surrey : 121

Weather Peninsula Press (No.84) – 18 October 1915 : 127 Websites The Gallipoli Association Web Site: 90, 117, 121, 123 Gallipoli Web Sites : 91 Two Villages [Abberton and Langenhoe] : A Tribute to the Fallen [Website] : 95 IWM Collections On-Line : 102 A Dardanelles 1915 Web Site : 103 Soldiers who died for France during WW1 – Website : Memoir Des Hommes (R Pike) : 103 First World War Records on Line (R Pike) : 104 Glory-Honour-Valour or Fame! [The Australian War Memorial's On-Line Database] (R Pike) : 105 Three Web Sites - (1) Minesweeping Operations in the Dardanelles (2) Australian Light Horse Association (3) Aftermath (Jennie Stringer) : 105 More Web Sites to Explore : 108, 109 Royal Naval Division Database (P Gariepy) : 110 The Royal Naval Division On-Line : 116 Royal Marine Service Registers On-Line : 120

Welfare

What about Welfare? (R M Gale) : 20

Welsh Fusiliers, Royal Lt-Col. Doughty-Wylie VC (Capt. E W Bush) : 5 A Lone Grave (David Saunders) : 49 Come on the Fighting-Fifth! (C W Evans-Gunther) : 56 The Doughty-Wylie Gun (D Saunders) : 70 The Cybi Hall : 84 Lily. A Distant Memory (G Kirkpatrick) : 95 George Beadles - Some Questions (S Beadles) : 98 Locating the Burial Place of my Grandfather – Lt. William Hill, 8

th Bn. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (R Hill) : 120

Welsh Regiment, Royal A Gallipoli Diary (B Davies) : 103 John Childs Morris : 109

Wellington Bn. (NZEF)

Malone Memorial : 109

West Kent Regiment, Royal

My Experience of Suvla Bay (A G May) : 34

West Kent Yeomanry, Royal

A Night in a Crater (G F Clifford) : 56

West Somerset Yeomanry

A Lucky Escape – Pte. Charles Greenslade (D Greenslade) : 93

What England Remembers at the Dardanelles Photograph taken at Cape Helles by Mr Ernest Brooks during the Gallipoli Campaign : 114 Who Said This? : 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 89, 90, 91,

94, 95

Wiles, Alfred Ernest

Alfred Ernest Wiles (Guven Pinar) : 99

Williams, Orlo Memories of A Gallant Adventurer (from the Radio Times 1931) : 71

Wilson, L/Cpl. Colin, 1/6th

Manchester Regt. Letters from Gallipoli : 122, 123, 124

Williams, A/B William VC Honoured on Gallipoli Day 2005 : 108

Willis, Major Richard VC Willis, Major Richard VC (from This England) : 100

Wiltshire Regiment The Evacuation of Gallipoli - The experiences of S Blythman (5th Bn Wiltshire Regiment) : 51 ‘Letter from Gallipoli’ (Lt. Col. Richard Throckmorton) about the execution of Sgt J Robins, 5

th Bn. Wiltshire

Regt. : 131,132 Wisden, Cricketers Almanac Capt. Harold Wright. Where is He Commemorated? (Wisden Book of Obituaries) : 68, 69 Rupert Brooke in Wisden (D Saunders) : 121

Wolton Capt H C, MC Letters from the Front to Lavenham - Capt H C Wolton MC, 1/5th. Suffolk Regt.: 110

Woosnam, Richard B The Man who Died Twice 1880-1915 (J M Brown) : 103

Worcestershire Regiment Landing on the 25th (C Jeffries) : 36 Lt. John Harley, 13th Bn. Worcestershire Regiment – Memorial in Ludlow Parish Church : 66, 69 Kenneth Greenway - A Brief Memoir (Peggy Alexander) : 101 Richard Bowen Woosnam - The Man who Died Twice 1880-1915 (J M Brown) : 103 Major H W James VC, 4

th Bn. Worcestershire Regt. Plaque in Kensal Green Cemetery : 121,122, 124

Worcestershire Yeomanry Suvla (E V Godrich) : 36, 37, 38, 40, 41, 43 The Last Charge [Harold D'Arcy Jones] (Joan Whateley) : 70 Extract from the book, The Mountains of Moab (by J Godrich), based on the diary kept by Cpl. E V Godrich during his service at Gallipoli with the Worcestershire Yeomanry : 132 (Part 1), 133 (Part 2)

Wright, Capt. Harold Where is he Commemorated? (from Wisden Book of Obituaries) : 68, 69

Wright, Henry James ‘One of Ten Thousand’ (Ken Wright) : 128

X

X Lighters X Lighter Wreck (J Mizzi) and a Correction (H Higgs) : 106 : 107 The 1915/16 ‘X’ Lighters – X127 found in Marsamxette Harbour, Malta [DVD] (D Mallard) : 120 Lighter found at ‘W’ Beach (R Szwed) : 121 Gallipoli 1915 ‘X’ Lighters [DVD] (D Mallard): 123 X Beach X Beach : 25 April – 3 May. An account by Capt. A J Ellis, 1

st Bn. The Border Regiment :128

Nordenfelt Gun - captured by 2nd

Bn Royal Fusiliers at V Beach:131,132 [132 states gun was at ‘X’ Beach]

Y

Yorkshire Regiment The story behind two crosses placed in the Field of Remembrance (D Lockwood) : 127 Yorkshire Regiment, East Sgt. William A Dry, 6th East Yorkshire Pioneers : 114 A King's Corporal at Suvla Bay : Cpl. George Cox, 6th Bn. East Yorkshire Regt. – Medals sold : 115 Captured at Suvla Bay - Statement by Lt. R A Rawstone (A D Harvey): 133 Captured at Suvla Bay - Statement by Lt. John Still (A D Harvey): 133

Yorkshire Regiment, West Pte. Thomas Barnes (E Barnes) – A Request for Information : 69

Z

Zeppelin L23 Report on sale of medals awarded to Capt. B A Smart RNAS who served at Gallipoli : 114 Zimmerman’s Farm The Mysteries of Zimmerman’s Farm - A Field Kitchen(?) and a Memorial to General Gourard (N Fear): 126 Zion Mule Corps, The Zion Mule Corps (A N Pamm) : 59 Joseph Trumpledor. Port Arthur - Gallipoli - Te Hai (M Robson) : 87 The Zion Muleteers of Gallipoli (M Sugarman) : 90, 97 Mad for Zion. A Biography of Col. J Patterson (P Streeter) : 107 ‘Beelzebub’ – Mischievous mule serving with the Zion Mule Corps (M Robson) : 122

Other indexing

Books/Book Reviews

Adam Chris & Ken - 1914-18 A Village Remembers : 93 Aksu Ibrahim - Handy Guide to Canakkale, Gallipoli and the Dardanelles : 91 Allen John - John Hugh Allen of the Gallant Company : 54 Ali, Jonathon – Our Boys : The Great War in a Lancashire Village : 115 Arthur Max - Forgotten Voices of the Great War : 100, 103 Arthur Max - Symbol of Courage : 106, 108 Arthur Max – The True Glory, The Royal Navy 1914-39 : 83 Ashcroft Michael - Victoria Cross Heroes : 112 Austin Ron – The White Gurkhas : 61 Avci Cenk – The Mysterious Fate of the AE 1 : 95 Avci Cenk - The Skies of Gallipoli: 95, 102 Avci Cenk - The Epic Story of HMAS AW2 : 96 Avci Cenk - Thirteen Leagues under the Dardanelles : 98 Bailey F M - Mission to Tashkent : 100 Bantock, Anton - Not All Came Back : A Somerset Farmer’s Son at Gallipoli ; 124 Barham Peter - Forgotten Lunatics of the Great War : 106 Barrett Michele – Casualty Figures : 122 Bastin Jeremy – The Norfolk Yeomanry in Peace & War : 55

Bayly L - Horseman Pass By : 103 : 107 Bean C E W (Ed.) –The Anzac Book (Third Edition. 2010): 126 Beckett Ian F W – The First World War : The Essential Guide to Sources in the UK National Archives : 101 Bennett Geoffrey - Naval Battles of the First World War : 110 Bentley James (ed.) - Some Corner of a Foreign Field : 70 de Bernieres Louis – Birds Without Wings : 123 Blythe Ronald - Akenfield, Portrait of an English Village : 53 Bond B & Robbins S - Staff Officer : The Diaries of Walter Guinness 1914-18 : 58 Bond Frank - Their Names Shall Be Carved in Stone : 95 Bonner Robert - Great Gable to Gallipoli : 107 Bonner Robert - Volunteer Infantry of Ashton-under-Lyne 1859-1971 : 110 Bonner Robert – Wilfrith Elstob VC DSO MC , The Manchester Regiment : 87 Boorman D - A Century of Remembrance : 110 Bowen D & J - Heroic Option: The Irish in the British Army : 108 Bowers Peter - Anzacs: The Pain & the Glory of Gallipoli: 92 Boz Ekrem - Adim Adim Canakkale Savas Anilari : 89 Brazier Kevin – The Complete Victoria Cross : 124 Brazier Kevin – The Complete George Cross : 129 Brenchley F & E - Stoker's Submarine : 96 Brenchley F & E - White's Flight : 108 Brenchley Fred & Elizabeth - Myth Maker : 110 Bristow Adrian - A Serious Disappointment : 79 Broadbent Harvey - Gallipoli The Fatal Shore : 110 Brophy J & Partridge E – The Daily Telegraph Dictionary of Tommies' Songs and Slang, 1914-18 : 117 Brown Malcolm - Imperial War Museum Book of the First World War : 69 Brown Malcolm - Imperial War Museum Book of 1914 : 106 Brownrigg Jeff – Anzac Cove to Hollywood : 128 Bruce Anthony – An Illustrated Companion to the First World War : 62 Bruce Anthony – The Last Crusade : 99 Buchan John - These For Remembrance : 57 Bujak Philip – Undefeated : Lt. Col. Jack Sherwood Kelly VC : 119 Bullen Roger - Not Just A Name : 93 Burness, Peter – The Nek, A Gallipoli Tragedy : 133 Burns Ian – Ben-My-Chree : Isle of Man Packet Steamer and Seaplane Carrier : 129 Bush Capt. Eric - Gallipoli : 16 : 17 Buxton Ian - Her Majesty's Monitor M33 1915-2001 : 99 Campbell Christy – Band of Brigands : The First Men in Tanks : 117 Carlisle C (ed.) - My Own Darling : 58 Carlyon Les - Gallipoli : 97 Carroll Tim – The Dodger : 129 Carthew Noel - Voices from the Trenches - Letters to Home : 100 Carver, Field Marshal, The Lord – The National Army Museum Book of the Turkish Front 1914–1918 : 102 Cecil H & Liddle P H (ed.) - At The Eleventh Hour : 89 Chambers Stephen - Gully Ravine : 101 Chambers Stephen - Uniforms & Equipment of the British Army In World War 1 : 108 Chambers Stephen – ANZAC : The Landings : 126 Chambers, Stephen – Suvla : The August Offensive : 127 Charatan Kira & Cecil Camilla - Under Fire in the Dardanelles : 110 Chasseaud Peter & Doyle Peter - Grasping Gallipoli : 109 Cherry Niall - I Shall Not Find His Equal : 97 Cherry Niall - Red Berets & Red Crosses : 93 Chhina Rana – The Indian Distinguished Service Medal : 96 Childs, David – Growing Remembrance : 128 Childs, David & Whelpton – British & Irish Poets of the Gallipoli Campaign,1915 Heirs of Achilles: 125 Churchill Winston – Great Contemporaries Clark-Hall R H & J L - Air Marshal Sir Robert Clark-Hall : 83 Clarke Capt. A W - The Immortal Gamble : 9 Clarke, David A (ed.) – Great War Memories : 59 Clayton Ann – A Cheshire Parish at War : 90 Clayton Ann - Liverpool Heroes Book 1 : 112 Clifford Colin – The Asquiths : 100 Cobb Paul & Tessa - Lechlade and The Great War : 95 co*ckram John & Williams Richard - Lymington War Memorial : 109

Collard Chris – A Dangerous Occupation : 95 Cooksey J – The 13th. & 14th. Battalions, York & Lancaster Regt. : 55 Cooksley Peter G – The RFC/RNAS Handbook : 94 Cooksley Peter G - VC's of the First World War : The Air VC's : 85 : 90 Coombs David - Morshead : 99 Cooper Bryan – The Tenth (Irish Division) in Gallipoli : 75 Cooper Stephen – The Final Whistle : The Great War in Fifteen Players : 130 Copp Michael – A Decent War : 68 Corns Cathryn & Hughes-Wilson John - Blindfold & Alone: 97 Corrigan Gordon - Sepoys in the Trenches : 94 Crompton Geoff - 34 Men : 97 Crowden Greg - Gold, Mud 'n' Guts : 98 Curran Tom - Across the Bar : 84 Curran Tom - Not Only A Hero : 92 Dakers Caroline – The Countryside at War : 56 Davenport R - Encyclopedia of War Movies : 113 Davies Bryn – A Gallipoli Diary : 103 Davies F and Maddocks G - Bloody Red Tabs : 79 Davies Harry – Harry Allanson of the 6th : 63 Davison John - Durham Men in the Great War : 98 de Bernieres Louis – Birds Without Wings : 123 Dearmer Geoffrey – A Pilgrim's Song : 72 Denham H M - Dardanelles : A Midshipman's Diary: 37 Denman Terence – A Lonely Grave : 78 Devereux J & Sacker G - Leaving All That Was Dear : 84 Dickins Barry - Ordinary Heroes : 91 Doherty R & Truesdale D - Irish Winners of the Victoria Cross : 93 Downham Peter ed - Diary of an Old Contemptible : 106 Duncan A & Opatowski M - War in the Holy Land : 88 Dungan Myles - They Shall Grow Not Old - Irish Soldiers & the Great War : 85 Dymond Steve - Researching British Military Medals : 105 Erickson Edward J - Ordered To Die. A History of the Ottoman Army in the First World War : 95 Erickson Edward J - Ottoman Army Effectiveness in World War 1 : 114 Erickson Edward J – Gallipoli – The Ottoman Campaign : 124 Ewbank Walter F - Memories of the Border Regiment in the First World War : 69 Facey A B – A Fortunate Life : 51 Fasih Mehmed - Lone Pine (Bloody Ridge) Diary : 96 Fenwick Lt-Col. Dr. P - Gallipoli Diary : 96 Fewster K J, Basarin V & Basarin H H – A Turkish View of Gallipoli : 54 Fletcher David - British Military Transport 1829-1956: 88 Forbes Rosita - These Men I Knew :16 Forrest, Michael – The Defence of the Dardanelles : 131 Foster Simon - Hit the Beach : 78 : 87 Fowler S, Spencer W & Tamblin S - Army Service Records of the First World War: 83, 97 Frame T R & Swinden G J - First In, Last Out : 63 Francis Pat - A Quiet Life : 99 Franki G & Slatyer C - Mad Harry : Australia's Most Decorated Soldier : 102 Franks Angela & Greg – The Suvla Bay Failure : 69 Freeman, Richard – The Great Edwardian Naval Feud : 122 Gardiner Juliet – The Animals' War : 112 Garfield John – The Fallen : N Anthony 67 Gearing A W - From Sussex Yeoman to Greenwich Waterman : 96 Gibson T A, Ward E L & Kingsley G - Courage Remembered: 62 Gilbert Adrian - POW : 112 Gill Anton – The Great Escape : 98 Gillam John - Gallipoli Diary : 61 Glen Frank - Bowler of Gallipoli: 106 Gliddon Gerald - VC's of the First World War : Arras & Messines : 88 Gliddon Gerald - VC's of the First World War : The Final Days 1918 : 95 Gliddon Gerald - VC's of the First World War - The Road to Victory 1918 : 94 Gliddon Gerald - VC's of the First World War - The Sideshows : 109 Godrich Dr J E – The Mountains of Moab : 127 Goncu Gursel & Aldogan Sahin - Gallipoli Battlefield Guide : 112

Gooding Janda – Gallipoli Revisited : In the Footsteps of Charles Bean and the Historical Mission : 129 Graham Arthur - Marshall, James Neville VC : 89 Graham Arthur - War Memorials & War Graves in Harlow : 90 Hall J G & Martin D F – A Perfect Judge : 100 Hamilton Jill, duch*ess of - First to Damascus : 100 Hamilton Jill, duch*ess of - From Gallipoli to Gaza. The Desert Poets of World War One : 103 Hamilton Jill, duch*ess of - Gods, Guns & Israel : 104, 106 Hamilton John - Goodbye Cobber, God Bless You : 106 Hamilton John – Gallipoli Sniper : The Life of Billy Sing : 118 Hamilton John – The Price of Valour : … Hugo Throssell VC : 132 Hanna H – The Pals at Suvla Bay : 100 Hanson Victor D – The Wars of the Ancient Greeks : 90 Harclerode P & Reynolds D - Gurkha : The Illustrated History : 102 Harding Brian - Keeping Faith : 97 Harper Glyn (Ed.) Letters Home from Gallipoli - New Zealand Soldiers Write Home : 126 Harper Glyn & Richardson Colin - In the Face of the Enemy : 111 Hart Peter – Gallipoli :126 Hart-Davis, Duff – Man of War – The Secret Life of Captain Alan Hilgarth : 132 Hartley John – Not a Rotter in the Lot : 126 Harvey David - Monuments to Courage : 90, 100 Harvey John – The Lonely Anzac : A True Son of the Empire : 102 Haynes Jim - Cobbers : Stories of Gallipoli 1915 : 110 Haythornwaite Philip J - Gallipoli 1915 : 67 Haythornwaite Philip J – The World War One Sourcebook : 70 Hayward James - Myths & Legends of the First World War : 99, 110 Heathcote T A – The British Field Marshals 1736 - 1997: 91 Herbert A P – The Secret Battle : 120 Herbert A P – Mons, Anzac and Kut, 122 Hews Pat - Character is Destiny : 111 Hickey Michael - Gallipoli : 79, 87 Hickey Michael – The Korean War : 90 Hickey Michael – The Mediterranean Front 1914-1923 : 99 Hill David - For King & Country : 102 Holcroft Fred - Just Like Hell : 78 Holland C & Jordan T – The Story Behind the Monument : 109 Holloway S M - From Trench And Turret : 57, 111 Holmes Richard – The First World War in Photographs : 98 Holmes Richard - In the Footsteps of Churchill : 108 Holmes Richard - Riding the Retreat : 78 Holt Tonie & Valmai - Major & Mrs. Holt's Battlefield Guide to Gallipoli : 93 Holt Tonie & Valmai - Major & Mrs. Holt's Battlefield Guide - The Western Front, North : 106 Horsfall Jack – The Long March : 55 House Jack – The Third Trench. The Story of CSM David Watson : 99 Howard Michael – The First World War : 100 Howe Maj. H V - Gallipoli - And What We Missed : 9 Hughes M & Seligman M - Leadership in Conflict 1914-1918 : 95 Humphreys Roy – The Dover Patrol : 88 Hunt Derek – The Story of the Windsor VCs : 87 Hunt Derek - Valour Beyond All Praise : 103 Hunt Derek and Mulholland John – A Party Fit for Heroes : 115 Hurst James – Game to the Last : 114 Ingle Judith - From Duntroon to the Dardanelles : 84 Inglis Ken - Sacred Places : War Memorials in the Australian Landscape : 91 Irwin Mike - Victoria's Cross : 105 Irwin Mike & Duckworth Peter – The Oak Tree of Gallipoli : 104 James, Robert Rhodes - Gallipoli : 60, 89 Johnson J H – 1918,The Unexpected Victory : 85 Jones, John Phillip – ‘Johnny’, The Legend & Tragedy of General Sir Ian Hamilton : 131 Kannengiesser (Pasha) Hans – The Campaign in Gallipoli : 32 Keegan John – The First World War : 88 Kemp Paul - Sea Warfare Encyclopedia of 20th Century Conflict : 89 Kildea Jeff – Anzacs and Ireland : 116

King Brad - Royal Naval Air Service 1912-18 : 87 King J & Bowers M - Gallipoli Untold Stories : 108 King Jonathan - Gallipoli : Our Last Man Standing : 102 King Tony - Gallipoli Diaries : 103 Kinloch Terry - Echoes of Gallipoli : 109 Kolay, Selcuk & others – Echoes from the Deep : 133 Kuring Ian - Redcoats to Cams : 106 Kyle Ron – An Anzac's Story : 104 Laffin John – The Agony of Gallipoli : 112 Laffin John - British Butchers & Bunglers of World War One: 102 Laffin John - Damn the Dardanelles: 35, 60 Lakin Shaune - Contact : 113 Langensipien B & Guleryuz A – The Ottoman Navy 1828-1923 : 96 Larnder Leslie - Lest We Forget : 112 Lawriwsky Michael – Return of the Gallipoli Legend : 128 Lawton Peter - Monitor M33 Project. Will it be the End? : 99 Layman R D - Naval Aviation in the First World War : 82 Lee Celia – A Soldier's Wife. Jean, Lady Hamilton : 96 Lee Celia – Winston & Jack : The Churchill Brothers : 116 Lee John – A Soldier's Life. General Sir Ian Hamilton 1853-1947 : 93 Lewis John – Yeoman Soldiers : 117 Liddle P H - Home Fires & Foreign Fields : 51 Liddle P H - Men of Gallipoli : 22, 23 Liddle P H - Testimony of War 1914 -18 : 32 Liddle P H - Voices of War : 60 Liddle P H – Captured memories 1900 - 1918 : 126 Lind Francis T – The Letters of Mayo Lind : 98 Lindley John – Captain Lindley MC : 118 Livesey Anthony - Great Battles of World War 1 : 62 Lloyd David W - Battlefield Tourism : 91 Loch Sydney – To Hell and Back : The Banned Account of Gallipoli : 114 Lunt James - Jai Sixth! : 77 Lyman Robert - Slim, Master of War : 105 Macdonald Lyn - 1914 : 57 Macdonald Lyn - 1915. The Death of Innocence : 73 Macdonald Lyn - To The Last Man : 88 Macleod Jenny - Reconsidering Gallipoli : 106 McCreery Nigel – The Vanished Battalion : 70 McGibbon Ian – The Path to Gallipoli : 69 McIntyre Colin - Monuments of War : How to Read a War Memorial : 65 McMeekin, Sean – The Berlin-Baghdad Express : 124 McMeekin, Sean – The Russian Origins of the First World War : 132 McMullin Ross - Pompey Elliott : 99 Mallinson H - Where is Gallipoli : 107, 111 Mango Andew - Ataturk : 91 : 97 Mansel Philip - Constantinople : 113 Maxwell R M - Desperate Encounters : 55 May Ralph - Glory is No Compensation. The Border Regiment at Gallipoli, 1915 : 102 Middlebrook Martin - Captain Staniland's Journey: 104 Middlebrook Martin - Your Country Needs You : 94 Mileham Patrick - Difficulties Be Damned : 94 Miller Geoffrey – The Millstone : 91 Miller Geoffrey - Straits : 85 Miller Geoffrey - Superior Force : 81 Miller Peter – The Cross of Skyros: 75 Miller Peter – The Irregular Verses of Rupert Brooke : 86 Mitchinson K W - Amateur Soldiers - A History of Oldham's Volunteers and Territorials : 91 Mitchinson K W - Saddleworth 1914-19 : 82 Mizzi John A - Gallipoli, The Malta Connection : 75 Moorehead Alan – Gallipoli : 85 Moorhouse Geoffrey - Hell's Foundations : A Town, Its Myths & Gallipoli : 69, 72 Morgenthau Henry - Ambassador Morgenthau's Story : 110 Morcombe J H - If You're Alive Speak, If You're Dead Don't Bother : 94

Morrison Robert – The Warrior Poets : 99 Mortlock Michael J – The Landings at Suvla Bay : 117 Mulholland J & Jordan A - Victoria Cross Bibliography : 93 Murphy David – The Irish Brigades 1685 – 2006 : 116 Murray Joseph - Gallipoli, 1915 : 106 Napier Gerald – The Sapper VC's : 87 Nasht Simon - The Last Explorer : 113 Neillands Robin – The Great War Generals on the Western Front 1914-18 : 90 Neillands Robin – The Death of Glory : 113 New Zealand Post - Victoria Cross – The New Zealand Story : 126 Newman Steve – Gallipoli Then and Now : 93 Nichols B, Malins P & Macfetridge C – The Military Mule in the British & Indian Army : 101 Noonan Miles – Tales from the Mess & More Tales from the Mess : 121 Oliver Neil - Not Forgotten : 109 Olliff Richard - Fastest to Canada : 106 Olson Wes - Gallipoli : The Western Australian Story : 113 Omissi David - Indian Voices of the Great War : 94 Oral Haluk – Gallipoli 1915 : Through Turkish Eyes : 117 Oram Gerard - Death Sentences Passed by Military Courts of the British Army 1914-24 : 87 Orange Vincent - Park : 97 Orchard Arthur [Ed] – Diary of an Anzac : Front Line Diaries & stories of Albert A (Bert) Orchard MC : 128 Otter Denis & Mackay Andrew - Burnley & the Royal Edward Disaster : 112 Padfield Peter - Donitz the Last Fuhrer : 95 Page Christopher - Command in the Royal Naval Division : 90 Pappalardo Bruno - Tracing Your Naval Ancestors : 112 Parker John – The Gurkhas : 91 Parker John - Inside the Foreign Legion : 91 Pedersen P A - Images of Gallipoli : 59 Pedersen P A – The Anzacs : Gallipoli to the Western Front : 116 Penn Geoffrey - Fisher, Churchill and the Dardanelles : 90 Perry Roland - Monash: The Outsider who Won a War : 108 Perry Roland – The Australian Light Horse : 128 Phillipson David - Band of Brothers : 101 Pike Robert – The Victor Heroes : 94 Pillinger D & Staunton A - Victoria Cross Locator : 69 Potts Mark & Joy Bratherton Joy - Dear Mrs. Jones : 98 Powell Ann – A Deep Cry : 88 Prior Robin – Gallipoli : The End of the Myth : 120 Purdy, Martin & Dawson Ian – The Gallipoli Oak : 132 Putkowski Julian & Sykes Julian - Shot at Dawn : 68 Quinn Anthony P - Wigs & Guns, Irish Barristers in the Great War : 111 Ramsay Roy - Hell, Hope & Heroes : 112 Read Mike - Forever England. The Life of Rupert Brooke : 90 Reid Richard - Gallipoli 1915 : 100 Reid Richard - North Beach Gallipoli 1915 : 99 Rhodes James, Robert – Gallipoli : 60 Richardson Gavin - For King and Country & the Scottish Borderers : 59 Richardson Gavin - After Gallipoli : 75 Richardson Neil & Sue - Fallen in the Fight : 75 Richardson Sue - Recollections of Three Manchesters in the Great War : 50 Ripley Tim - Bayonet Battle : 91 Roberts, Chris – The Landing at ANZAC 1915 : 132 Robertson Derek - All These Fine Fellows: 96, 116 Robertson John - Anzac & Empire : The Tragedy & Glory of Gallipoli : 66 Rodge Huw and Jill – Gallipoli : The Landings at Helles : 118 Roynon Gavin (Ed.) A Chaplain at Gallipoli : The Great War Diaries of Kenneth Best : 127 Rudeno Victor – Gallipoli : Attack from the Sea : 118 Samuels John - Millington's Mission : 100 Sarafian Ara (Compiler) - United States Diplomacy on the Bosphorus. The Diaries of Ambassador Morgenthau 1913-1916 : 110 Sanderson Margaret – The First World War : 55 Saunders David - Britain's Maritime Memorials & Mementoes ; 81 Seal Graham ed - Echoes of Anzac : 109

Sellers Len – The Hood Battalion : 78 Sellers Len - For God's Sake Shoot Straight : 79 Sellers Len – Royal Naval Division, WW1 : Antwerp, Gallipoli & Western Front [CD] : 129 Sheffield Gary - Forgotten Victory : 97 Sheldon C W - Roll of Honour : 109 Shepherdson Andrew - Journeys of A Light Horseman : 102 Silas Ellis – An Eyewitness Account of Gallipoli : 128 Silsoe Brig. Lord - Sixty Years A Welsh Territorial : 22 Skinner Neville & Brown Gerald - Not Yet Forgotten : 100 Smart Sue - When Heroes Die : 98 Smart Nick - Biographical Dictionary of British Generals of the Second World War : 111 Smith Dacre - Gallipoli Pilgrimage : 65 Smith Norman - Gallipoli & Thorley : 99 Snelling Stephen - VC's of the First World War - Gallipoli : 77, 90, Snelling Stephen - VC's of the First World War – Gallipoli [Updated Edition) : 124 Snelling Stephen - VC's of the First World War - Passchendaele 1917 : 87 Snelling Stephen - VC's of the First World War - The Naval VC's : 98 Spencer Tom - Soldier-Teacher War Memorials : 99 Spencer William – Army Service Records of the First World War : 97 Spencer William - Medals : The Researcher's Guide : 112 Stallworthy Jon - Anthem for Doomed Youth: 100 Stanley Dr Peter – Quinn’s Post, Anzac, Gallipoli : 127 Stanley Dr Peter – Bad Characters: Sex, Crime, Mutiny, Murder and the Australian Imperial Force : 127 Stanley Dr Peter – Simpson’s Donkey : 127 Stanley Dr Peter – Digger Smith and Australia’s Great War : 127 Stanley R L & Bratherton Joy - Of Those Who Lie in Foreign Fields : 98 Stedman Michael - Great Battles of the Great War : 91 Steel Nigel – The Battlefields of Gallipoli Then & Now: 64 Steel Nigel - Gallipoli : 89 Steel Nigel - V Beach from the Sea : 101 Steel Nigel – Battleground Europe : Gallipoli : 115 Steel Nigel & Hart Peter - Defeat at Gallipoli : 74, 77 Steel Nigel & Hart Peter - Tumult in the Clouds : 84 Stephen Martin - Never Such Innocence : 59 Stephens Tony – The Last Anzacs : 84 Stern Robert C - Battle Beneath the Waves : 91 Stevens, Malcolm – Evan’s War : 121 Stowers Richard - Bloody Gallipoli : 109 Strachan Hew – The First World War - Volume 1 : To Arms : 97 Streeter Patrick - Mad for Zion. A Biography of Col. J Patterson : 107 Summers Julie – Remembered : The History of the CWGC : 114 Swales Roy - Nelson at War 1914-18 : 106 Swifte Tom - Gallipoli : The Incredible Campaign : 48 Tall J J & Kemp P - HM Submarines in Camera : 88 Tattersfield David – A Village Goes To War : 96 Taylor Heather - Fallen Fighters : 82 Taylor K & Brown T – A Derbyshire Parish At War : 94 Taylor P & Cupper P - Gallipoli. A Battlefield Guide : 63 Terraine John – The Great War : 85 Thandi, Harbans Singh – Down the Memory Lane : 133 Thompson Julian - The Imperial War Museum Book of the War at Sea 1914-1918 : 110, 111 Thompson Julian - War in Burma : 100 Thompson Robert - Ballymoney Heroes 1914-18 : 92 Thompson Robert - Bushmills Heroes 1914-18 : 81 Thompson Robert - Portrush Heroes 1914-18 : 97 Thornicroft N J - Their Country's Urgent Call : 106 Thorpe Barrie - The Men of Wooburn War Memorial : 78 Tisdall, Sub. Lieut. Arthur Walderne St. Clair VC - Verses, Letters and Remembrances of : 71 Tobin Christopher - Gone to Gallipoli : 99 Townsend Colin - Gallipoli 1915 : 91 Travers Tim - Gallipoli 1915 : 97, 100, 105 Treloar J L – An Anzac Diary : 80 Trench Charles C – The Indian Army & The King's Enemies 1900-1947 : 57

Trew Peter – The Boer War Generals : 91 Trew S & Sheffield G - 100 Years of Conflict 1900-2000 : 95 Turner John F – The Life & Selected Works of Rupert Brooke : 107 Tyquin Michael B - Neville Howse : 100 Utechin Patricia - Sons of This Place : 93 Utechin Patricia – The Trumpets Sounded : 94 van der Vat, Dan – The Ship That Changed the World : 97 van Emden Richard - Boy Soldiers of the Great War : 110 van Emden Richard - Britain's Last Tommies : 110 van Emden Richard & Humphries Steve - Veterans : The Last Survivors of the Great War : 89 van Hartesveldt Fred R – The Dardanelles Campaign : 100 Vincent Phoebe - My Darling Mick. The Life of Granville Ryrie : 85 von Sanders Liman - Five Years in Turkey : 93 Wakefield Alan - Christmas in the Trenches : 113 Wakefield Alan & Moody Simon - Under the Devil's Eye : 110 Wakeling Alfred - We Will Remember Them : 89 Walker R W - To What End Did They Die? Officers Died at Gallipoli : 49 Warner Philip - World War One : 78 Warwickshire Yeomanry Museum Trust - Campion's War: 106 West, Margery – Island at War : 54 Westlake Ray - British Battalions on the Western Front: 95 Westlake Ray - British Regiments at Gallipoli: 81 Westlake Ray - First World War Gravesand Memorials in Gwent : 96 Westlake Ray - Kitchener's Army : 105 White T W - Guests of the Unspeakable : 51 Whitehead Ian R - Doctors in the Great War : 95 Whitley M J – Battleships of World War Two : 88 Whitworth, Alan The Yorkshire VCs : 133 Williams John F - German Anzacs of the First World War : 111 Williams W Alister – The Heart of a Dragon : The VCs of Wales and the Welsh Regiments : 120 Williamson Howard – The Collector & Researcher's Guide to the Great War : 104 Wilson Michael - Destination Dardanelles : 59 Wilson Patrick ed - So Far From Home : 99 Winton John - Carrier Glorious: 90 Winton John - Cunningham: 88 Winton John - The. Submariners - Life in British Submarines 1901-1999 : 90 Woodward David R - Forgotten Soldiers of the First World War : 112 Wragg David - Snatching Defeat from the Jaws of Victory : 94 Wright Tony - Turn Right at Istanbul : 103 Wyatt Bob - Books on the Gallipoli Campaign: 55 Yates Keith - Graf Spee's Raiders : 79

Unattributed

Battlefields Review : 91 Birci Dunya Harb'nde Turk Harbi Canakkale : 90 Essex Branch WFA - 'Men of Essex,' Volume 7, 1st. Bn. The Essex Regt : 110 Guide to the Collections (Naval & Maritime Libraries & Archives Group) : 96 Gurkha Museum – The Story of the Gurkha VC's : 73 HMSO - Lord Kitchener & Winston Churchill. The Dardanelles Part 1 : 94 Imperial War Museum Review No 6. (1991) : 67 Imperial War Museum Review No 7 (1991) : 72 Imperial War Museum Review No 8. (1991) : 74 Imperial War Museum Catalogue of Gallipoli Oral History : 75 Lord Kitchener and Winston Churchill : The Dardanelles - Part 1 : 94 Militaria Directory & Sourcebook : 87 Osprey Military Journal : 91 PRO - Battlefront - The Fall of Passchendaele : 86 Recipients of the Victoria Cross in the Care of the CWGC : 89 Royal Naval Division Rolls of Honour. Drake Battalion. Hawke Battalion : 75 Royal Naval Division Roll of Honour - Howe Battalion : 72 Royal Naval Division Roll of Honour - Nelson Battalion : 70

Straits of War : 93 The Gallipoli Campaign Cartoons: 91 The Great War Journal: 58 The King's Regiment - For Valour : 82 The Story of the Gurkha VCs: 73 With Full & Grateful Hearts : A Register of Royal Marine Deaths 1914-19 : 70

Obituaries:Veterans

Adams, Ben : 80 Aran, Maj-Gen. H G : 32 Baker, T Harry : 61 Banner E H W (D Empson): 111 Barclay, Hugh : 77 Barron, Richard : 90 Bartlett, George Geoffrey : 94 Bennett, Clarence Alfred : 76 Bird, R C : 66 Bird, Stanley Parker : 53 Blythman, Sid : 68 Boissier, E G : 21 Bollon, John : 63 Bourne, William : The Anzac (E H W Banner) : 1, 42 (reprint) [A tribute to Mr Basil W Bourne who is not named in the original article, but is recorded in the reprint], Brown, Arthur : 66 Bunday, Fred : 100, 101 Buntine, Jack : 89 Bush, Capt. Eric : 48 Cahill, James : 68 Campbell, Alec William –The Last Sentinel of Gallipoli : 99 Campbell, Dr George G : 28 Chadwick, Jack : 75 Ching, Francis Henry : 76 Chitty, Lt-Col. J W : 68 Clarke, Capt. Arthur W : 54 Claxton, Henley Charles : 76 Clements, John : 79 Coe, Percy : 72 Cookson, Col. 'Cookie' Stirling : 61 Coombes, Albert William : 84 Cowley, William T : 76 Cunningham, Fred : 56 Cutts, Samuel : 81 Dearmer, Geoffrey : 82 Denham, Capt. Henry : 72 Dibley, Doug : 86 Epps, Tom : 84 Ford, John : 77 Freyberg, Col. Lord : 72 Gadsby, Albert : 73 Gearing, Jack : 83 Gething, Lt-Col. P J : 32 Garratt, Charles Ambrose : 65, 66 Glazier Arthur : 90 Goring Percy, Last British Veteran : 96 Granville, Lord of Eye : 86 Guthrie, Joseph : 65 Gyton, Stanley H : 68 Haire, Ernest Hugh : 70 Hall, Len : 90 Hanco*ck, Lt-Col. M E : 60, 61

Hargreaves, Cmdr. W D R : 78 Holbrook, Cmdr. Norman VC: 21 Holdcroft, James : 72 Hutchings, Mark : 69 Isaacs, Frank : 90 Jenks, Wing-Cmdr. M H : 67 Johnson, Jim : 66 Jones, Cynfryn : 75, 77 Jones, D'arcy Harold : 92 Jones, Air Marshal Sir George : 70 Kacmaz, Huseyin : 76 Kelly, Fred : 89 Kyle, Ron : 84 Laidlaw, Lt-Col. R F E : 24 Leach, Les : 85 Lock, Charles : 84 Longmore, Roy : 96, 97 Longley-Cook, Vice-Admiral, Eric William : 42 Lunn, William : 87 Lyster, Capt. H N : 33 MacDonald, Murdo : 78 McAskill, Duncan : 73 McDermott, L : 70 McLeary, John : 65 Mackellar, Lt-Col. C E 'Peanut' : 66 Mansergh, Vice-Admiral Sir Aubrey : 66 Martyr, Horace : 53 Mason, Capt. F C : 65 Matthews, Albert Edward : 85 Millard, Capt. Richard : 54 Minter, Charles J : 66 Mott, Maj. Geoffrey : 33 Mowbray, Thomas : 76 Murray, Joseph : 75 Musto, Frank : 82 Napier, Lt-Col. Sir Joseph : 52 Newman, Ivan : 73 : 61 Norman, Vice-Admiral Sir Geoffrey : 69 Norton, Sir Clifford : 66 Orton, Frederick James : 81 Page, James : 80 Parker, Henry Gordon : 34 Parker, Walter : 92 Parry, Evan : 83 Peaco*ck, Eric : 81 Peake, George : 80 Pearce, Frank : 78 Penrose, Capt. Donald M : 63 Pike, Sister N A : 33 Pritchard, Percy : 81 Robinson, A E : 34 Robinson, Harry Pettit : 75 Rowley Fred : 73 Sahin, Adil : 63 Savory, Lt-Gen. Sir Reginald A : 33, 34 Sayers, Howard : 28 Scudamore, Arthur : 76 : 85 Sinton, James : 82 Smith, Alexander : 68 Spencer, Robert Proctor : 73 Spencer, Mervyn Henry : 55 Stapylton-Smith, Cedric : 82 Stocanne, Ernest : 93

Theakston, William Edgar : 83 Thompson, Albert : 76 Tobin, Walter : 79 Van der Byl, Cmdr. V St. J : 58 Verschoyle, Maj. T T H : 71 Wagstaffe, Arthur : 94 Wainwright, John : 63 Westall, Capt. B C : 2 Westall, R V H : 70 Wheatcroft, Frank Terry : 82 Whitall, Maj. H M : 21 White, Albert : 85 Williams, Arthur James : 69 Williamson, Tom : 66 Young, Walter (Wally) : 42

Obituaries:Others

Banner, Vicky : 116 Beattie Scott, Mary :133 Bland, Donald : 102 Brooke, Cmdr. Henry : 102 Britton, Gus : 84 Butler, Major Gen. Hew : 115 Coombs Miss Rose MBE : 66 Dooley, Fred : 82 Fallon, James (Jim) : 121 Ford, Oliver : 80 Gariepy, Patrick : 130 Gearing, Albert :115 Gokcen, Sabiha : 96 Hankey, Lord : 83 Hare, David. A Gallipoli Grandad : 103 Harvey, David : 104 Hockaday, Sir Arthur : 106 Howard-Johnston, Rear-Admiral C D : 81 James, Robert Rhodes : 90 Laffin, John : 95 Laffin, John : Some Necessary Corrections (G Moran): 104 May, Colonel Ralph : 130 Mitchell, Elyne - A Gallipoli Daughter : 99 Molyneux-Carter, Brig. Kenneth : 76 Moorhouse, Geoffrey: 122 Mutlu, Salim : 104 Pollitt, N : 108 Price, John : 78 Rackham, Mrs. Elsie : 72 Rutherford, Mrs. Mabel : 60 Salim Mutlu : 104 Smith, Patsy Adam : 97 Snelders, Julien - Dear Friend of Gallipoli : 112 Staveley, Admiral of the Fleet Sir William : 85 Stott, J Douglas : 73 Symon, Joe : 102 Terraine, John (C Hague) : 104 Tresilian, Nicholas - Wettern Desmond : 68 Wettern D : 68

Poetry by title

Aegean Wind, The (H B K in The Anzac Book) : 64

Annie of Troy (W George Mead) : 19 Anzac, & The Man With the Donkey (1915 & After) (Capt. D M Penrose) : 17 Anzac Parade (Frank Lundie) : 105 Anzac Tragedy (C Smith & E von Benzon) : 96 Anzac : Zero Hour (from' Landing in the Dawn,' by John Sandes) : 9 'Banner' & The View, The (D M Penrose) : 25 Bardfield Terrier Writes of the Dardanelles A (Sgt. Clifford Mumford) : 99 Call from the Dardanelles, The (Gnr. J England) : 8 Canakkale (Gallipoli) (Bulent Ecevit : 85 Christmas Day (Afion Kara Hissar) : 106 Codford Camp : 86 Collingwood Memorial 4 June 1998 (John Paulley) : 88 Day the Hills Caught Fire, The : 66 Despatch Riders (D M Penrose) : 27 Don't Be Awkward (Harry Moody) : 43 Dulce Bellum Inexpertis (Capt. D M Penrose) : 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 14, 23 Dug-Out Lament A (Lce-Cpl. Saxton) : 109 Dysentry (Rupert Brooke) : 86 Echoes of the Gallipoli Tour 1971 (G E Dale) : 7 England, My England (J J Abdee) : 22 Fairground Organ, The (Harry Moody) : 16 For England (J D Burns) : 43 From 'W' Beach : 71 : 82 Gallipoli - A Postwar Epic (Bulent Ecevit) : 98 Gallipoli Evacuation. A Horse's Complaint (Alistair Te Ariki Campbell) : 97 Gallipoli Gamble, The (Les Lawrance) : 14, 15, 16, 17 Gallipoli Poem, A (Sydney Bolitho) : 116 Gallipoli & Other poems (Alistair Te Ariki Campbell) : 97 Going, Going – Gone (G E Dale): 28 He Was There (Harry Moody) : 12 Heirs to Achilles - The Poets of Gallipoli (David Childs) : 89 Helles Requiem (W J Crawford) : 16 Help! I'm Circumambulating (G E D) : 14 I'm Fine, Thank You (Jerry Attrix) : 27 I'm On My Way (G E Dale) : 14 In Memoriam (J R Meagher) : 91 Indian Transport Train The : 109 K Lighters (sent by J Falconer) : 21 Landing, A (Harry Moody) : 16 Last Thoughts on Gallipoli (G Horridge) : 38 Last to Leave, The (Leon Gellert) : 103 Lemnos 1915 (Clement Attlee) : 66 Lest We Forget (Lin Woodward): 112, 113 Lest We Forget 1914-1918 : Gallipoli 1915 (D M Penrose) : 26 Life Will be Your Friend (Harry Moody) : 26 Lines Addressed to Our Shepherdess Upon Her Birthday 1 June 2003 (Col. M Hickey) : 101 Lines Written in Sight of Gallipoli a Short Time After the Evacuation G T Davidson) : 114 Listening Patrol : 43 Magic Pill, The (Harry Moody) : 28 Memories of Mother's Ship (Harry Moody) : 33 Never Ending Chase, The (A M Park) : 115 Ode on the Melbourne Shrine of Remembrance (Rudyard Kipling) : 10 Officers' Died at Gallipoli (R W Walker) : 49 Old Gallipoli (Bugler Stokes) : 17 Once More (Harry Moody) : 35 Open Estate, The (Harry Moody) : 41 Our Australian Flag (P Williams) : 116 Our Memories of the Anzacs (V Ashley & R Winter) : 96 Pilgrim's Song, A (Geoffrey Dearmer): 72 Play the Violin (Harry Moody) : 37 PNTO & the PMLO, The (Brig. B B Rackham) : 31, 71 Poem in Honour of the Anzacs, A : 96 Poppies at War (E M Warnock) : 113

Postscripts to 'The Anzac' scribbled on Chocolate Hill looking over the Salt Lake (R E Morgan) : 2 Preliminary Bibliography of Gallipoli Poetry, A (Robert Pike) : 92 Promotion of the Dandelion (H Moody) : 38 Retirement (Harry Moody) : 19 Rhymes of Four Fronts (Thos. W Hutton) : 32, 35, 43, 47 Simpson (Oscar Walters) : 95 Sixty Years After (E C Thompson) : 17 Sixty Years On : 18 Soldier's Grave, A (Phillip Taylor) : 39 Sour Grapes (Harry Moody) : 34 Stray Shots from the Dardanelles (Lce-Cpl. W F Rollo) : 31, 32, 33, 34, 41, 43, 46 The Dardanelles (G Milligan) : 119 The Turkish Trench Dog (Geoffrey Dearmer) : 55 The Warrior Poets (Robert Morrison) : 99 There's Another Blessed Horse Fell Down or When You Are Lying in Your Bunk ('Banjo' Patterson) 91, 92 They Went Like Kings : The Story of Gallipoli (Capt. E W Bush) :15 They Were There! (Harley Cohen) : 99 Those Heroes That Shed Their Blood (Mustafa Kemal) : 83 To A Gurkha (Lt. William-Ross Stewart) : 77 To a War Memorial (Capt. L B Lawrance) : 32 To My Brother : Idris Sahib : 88 To The Martyrs of Chanakkale (Mehmet Akif Ersoy translated by Dr. Erkan Turkman) : 79 Tommy Come Back : All is Forgiven (G E Dale) : 17 Wither Bound (Harry Moody) :31 Who Killed the Soldier (Katherine Hebbard & Lucy Merriman) : 110 Your Old Men Shall Dream Dreams. Your Young Men Shall See Visions (Capt. D Penrose): 23

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