With the Dardanelles Expedition: Heroes of Gallipoli
|Title||With the Dardanelles Expedition: Heroes of Gallipoli|
|Measurement||20 min 2 sec|
|Date made||July 1915; August 1915|
|Description||This film shot by the British war correspondent Ellis Ashmead Bartlett shows scenes at Anzac, Cape Helles and Sulva Bay, and contains written commentaries by Australian historian C E W Bean. There are scenes of British and Australian troops, camps and supplies being unloaded. Each part of the film has a written commentary, first at the beginning of the film and again at the start of the scene. Included in the film are scenes titled 'Heroes of Gallipoli'. A digitally restored version of this film is available as F10581. |
See also F08484 "Comparison of Ellis Ashmead-Bartlett's Gallipoli footage" in AWM films F00069 with the Dardanelles Expedition: heroes of Gallipoli and F00176 A H Noad film.
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