Other Gallipoli Websites

The Gallipoli Centenary Education Project is based in the UK and is funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, the Gallipoli Association and personal benefactors.  The project runs from Spring 2014 to Spring 2016.  For more information on the project go to www.gallipoli100education.org.uk

The purpose of the website is to offer a place for schools and museums to present their projects, to encourage learning about the Gallipoli campaign and to enable participants to share experiences and exchange views.

Campaign Overview and History

ABC's News' innovative Gallipoli 3D documentary site. (Requires Flash player)

Turkey in the First World War.

The National Archives (Public Records Office, Kew)

First World War.com Gallipoli section

The Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives

The Australian Government ANZAC site

Digger History Gallipoli section

Wikipedia Gallipoli pages

Spartacus School Net Gallipoli page

Gallipoli from the Turkish viewpoint

Trenches on the web. Then and now photos

Australian Army Nursing Service in the Great War

The Gallipoli Fallen and Remembrance

The National Memorial Arboretum

The Royal British Legion

L'Association Nationale Pour Le Souvenir Des Dardanelles Et Fronts D'Orient

Commonwealth War Grave Commission

The Australian War Memorial

The UK National Inventory of War Memorials. A work in progress, listing over 400 UK memorials, which include the fallen of Gallipoli

Roll of Honour. A site working to list all UK memorials. Contains an ever-developing list of individual name entries

Mayo Memorial Peace Park. A website dedicated to honour the memory of all those from Mayo, who served and died in all wars.

Gallipoli Memorial Chapel. Holy Trinity Church in Eltham, London with its unique Gallipoli Campaign memorial chapel.

Anzac Centenary. Between 2014 and 2018 Australia will commemorate the Anzac Centenary, marking 100 years since our involvement in the First World War. All Anzacs from Gallipoli onwards will be remembered.

Tracing Your Roots to Gallipoli - This project - supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund - began when one of our staff found an old Bolton Journal and Guardian dated 29 December 1916, which showed photographs of 800 Bolton soldiers who had been killed in the first 2 years of the Great War (1914-1918).

Regimental Histories featuring Gallipoli

The Long long trail website, infantry regiments section, 1914 - 18

The Ogilby Trust listing of army museums

The Lancashire Fusiliers

The Royal Engineers

Christopher Szigeti's site on the Border Regiment

Royal Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiments war diary collection

The Newfoundland Regiment

The Royal Navy Submarine Museum A great collection including E11's damaged periscope and ensign, and also a remembrance panel showing all Dardanelles submariner casualties.

Gallipoli Association Members' own websites

Thomas Iredale's Facebook site 'CapeHelles100' 

Andy Crooks' revised Gully Ravine site

Susan Burnett's new book on her grandfathers wartime service

Steve Warburton's 'First In, Last Out' blog site on Brigadier General CHT Lucas

Paul Reed's Gallipoli pages

Peter Kivell's site about his Great Great Uncle, Ralph.D.Doughty.MC, and his diaries

Eric Goossen's site about the campaign

Piotr Nykiel's site on naval operations in the Dardanelles

Gavin Pinar's Gallipoli guide site

David Mallard's site on X Lighters

Anzac men and officers roll. Bryn Dolan's site

The Trooper Potts VC Memorial Site

Diary of an ANZAC - Arthur Orchard's page about his father's Gallipoli & Western Front diaries

Other Gallipoli associated sites

The Lemnos' Friends Of Anzac Association

Islington's Gallipoli local GCEP supported community project

The late Jul Snelders' site

Firuz Askin's 'Ships of the Dardanelles' paintings site

The Salonika Campaign Society

The 1936 pilgrimage voyage of the Lancastria to Gallipoli

The Victory Services Club, London

History Today Magazine

Western Front Association

The paintings of Horace Moore-Jones

The Britain-Australia Society

North East War Memorials Project

The Last Post Movie

National Historic Ships - Steam Pinnace 199

Royal Naval Museum

Gallipoli - The Irish Story

Salford Armed Forces Veteran's Network with Gallipoli content with a Salford link

If you would like to suggest links to be added to this page, or if you are an association member and would like a link added to your Gallipoli-specific website, please email your recommendation to webmaster@gallipoli-association.org