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Gallipoli Exhibition

With over 1,300 men from Welsh regiments dead by the end of 1915, the Gallipoli campaign stands as one of the darkest periods of the Great War. These panels were produced for a travelling exhibition launched on the 10th of August at Penmaenmawr to commemorate those who served during WW1

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Introduction - The Welsh at Gallipoli,...

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Why the Dardanelles? - The Welsh at Gallipoli,...

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Timeline, The Gallipoli Campaign - The Welsh at...

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The Naval Campaign - The Welsh at Gallipoli,...

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A Marine’s Story - The Welsh at Gallipoli,...

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The April Landings - The Welsh at Gallipoli,...

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V Beach, Two Welsh Vistoria Crosses - The Welsh...

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Able Seaman William Charles Williams, VC - The...

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Lt Colonel Charles Hotham Doughty-Wylie, VC -...

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ANZAC, 25th April 1915 - The Welsh at Gallipoli...

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The Landings at Sulva Bay, August 1915 - The...

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The Penmaenmawr Quarry Boys - The Welsh at...

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The Penmaenmawr Quarry Boys - The Welsh at...

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The Penmaenmawr Quarry Boys, Sulva Bay - The...

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The Great Storm - The Welsh at Gallipoli,...

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The Evacuation - The Welsh at Gallipoli,...

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The Turkish Perspective on the Campaign - The...

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Memorials - The Welsh at Gallipoli, Exhibition...

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The Welsh at Gallipoli, Exhibition Panel 19

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