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Gallipoli

This collection has been created by Anne Pedley with the support of Cymdeithas Hanes Penmaenmawr Historical Society as part of the WW1 Commemorations to remember the Welsh who fought at Gallipoli. A travelling exhibition will be launched on the 10th September at Penmaenmawr.
Gallipoli - Penmaenmawr Band - Many Would Go On to Serve at Gallipoli - Courtesy of the Penmaenmawr Historical Society
Gallipoli - Lt Rupert Charles Inglis 2SWB Died of Wounds Gallipoli - Courtesy of Brecon Military Museum
Gallipoli - Not Captioned but Believed to Be Gallipoli Casualties Recovering at Borth - Courtesy of the Penmaenmawr Historical Society
Gallipoli - Doughty Wylie Victoria Cross 1 Courtesy of Anne Pedley
Gallipoli - Doughty Wylie Victoria Cross 2 001 - Courtesy of Anne Pedley
Gallipoli - Grave of Pte T H Bull 8RWF - Youngest RWF Casualty - Courtesy of Ms Marietta Crichton Stuart
Gallipoli - LCpl Robert Williams - Penmaenmawr Quarry Boy Killed by a Sniper Gallipoli 12th November 1915 - His Brother Richard also Fell at Gallipoli - Courtesy Penmaenmawr Historical Society
Gallipoli - Lt Col Doughty Wylie's Grave Today - Courtesy of Alun Salisbury
Gallipoli - Lt Richard Lunt Roberts Cartoon - Courtesy of David Ellis
Gallipoli - Lt Roberts Behrens - 2nd South Wales Borderers Died of Wounds Received in Action 25th April 1915 - Courtesy Brecon Museum
Gallipoli - CQMS Isaac Roberts 6RWF Letter 7th December 1915 About the Great Storm - Courtesy of the Royal Welch Fusiliers Museum
Gallipoli - Corporal David John Roberts - Penmaenmawr Quarry Boy - Died of Wounds Received at Gallipoli 23rd August 1915
Gallipoli - Colonel Darbishire Managing Director of the Quarry at Penmaenmawr - Courtesy of the Penmaenmawr Historical Society
Gallipoli - Poster for Darbishire Quarry at Penmaenmawr - Courtesy of the Penmaenmawr Historical Society
Gallipoli - Private Edward Oswald Dowel - Penmaenmawr Quarry Boy - KIA 10th August 1915 Gallipoli - Courtesy of the Penmaenmawr Historical Society
Gallipoli - Private Ivor Vaughan Parry - Served with the Middlezex Hussars - Died of Wounds at Alexandria 17th October 1915 - Courtesy of the Penmaenmawr Historical Society
Gallipoli - Private Richard Williams Died of Wounds Received in Action 11th August 1915 - Penmaenmawr Quarry Boy - His Brother Robert also fell - Courtesy of the Penmaenmawr Historical Society
Gallipoli - Private William Harry Smith 2SWB Seated Courtesy of Brecon Military Museum
Gallipoli - Private William Hugh Williams - Penmaenmawr Quarry Boy - Killed in Action 13th August 1915 Gallipoli - Courtesy of Penmaenmawr Historical Society
Gallipoli - Programme for Memorial Service for 6RWF Who Fell at Gallipoli - 10th August 1915 Courtesy of the Royal Welsh Fusiliers Museum
Gallipoli - Rushden - The Wesleyan Missionary Church Open to the Troops When Training at Rushden - Courtesy of Eric Fowell
Gallipoli - The Penmaenmawr Quarry Boys Training at Northampton - Courtesy Dennis Roberts
Gallipoli - Penmaenmawr Quarry Workers Prior to Gallipoli
There are 23 items in this collection
 
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