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[British Official Photograph. — The “Albion” ashore off Gaba Tepe. — The “Cornwallis” is towing her off Map of Cape Helles Sector. — This map shows the route taken by the New Zealand Infantry Brigade on May 6–7. — On April 25, a landing at “Y2” or Gully Beach was not attempted. The troops that landed at “Y” Beach were consequently isolated and eventually withdrawn. The landing at “X” Beach was very successful and is some times spoken of as the “Implacable Landing.” “W” Beach, afterwards called “Lancashire Landing,” and “V” Beach, made famous by the “River Clyde,” were the two most costly landings…


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