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Anzac Cove

[Lent by Col. Falla, C.M.G., D.S.O. — Anzac Cove Early in August, 1915 [Photo by Col. Falla, C.M.G., D.S.O. — Rough Weather at Anzac: A Storm in Anzac Cove [Photo by Col. Hughes, C.M.G., D.S.O. — A Battleship covering the Transports. — The old “London” steaming towards Anzac Cove [Photo by F. H. Dawn — Soldiers Bathing in Anzac Cove [Photo by the Author — An early view of Anzac Cove. — The mule lines did not stay long unmolested. “Beachy Bill” ranged on them one day and caused awful havoc. They were then shifted up the deres for protection [Photo by the Author — Transports off Anzac Cove on April 25. — The ship in the foreground has disembarked Echelon A and is steaming out to make room for the next transport Anzac Cove To-day


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