Newspaper clippings and written ephemera from 1915 – 1920

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Accession Number RCDIG0001102
Collection number 3DRL/3376 17/5
Collection type Digitised Collection
Record type File
Item count 71
Object type Newspaper cutting
Physical description 95 Image/s captured
Maker Various
Date made 1915-1920
Conflict First World War, 1914-1918
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Description

This file contains 67 newspaper cuttings dating from the First World War. The majority of these articles discuss the evacuation from Gallipoli and Anzac commemoration in London. There is also a copy of The Argus from 12 November 1918, a copy of an address to the troops by Marshal Foch, a ticket issued to Lady Janetta Gonville Hope Birdwood dated 25 April 1916, and a copy of an address to the Australian and New Zealand troops at Gallipoli written by Field Marshal Lord William Birdwood.
This file contains:
Newspaper cutting from The Sydney Morning Herald titled "Gallipoli: How the Australians fought", 15 May 1915
Extract from The Sphere titled "With the Australians at Gaba Tepe: they landed beneath the scrub-covered cliffs", 5 June 1915
Extract from The Illustrated London News titled "At the Dardanelles: Successes and Mishaps", 5 June 1915
Newspaper cuttings, September 1915 [Includes The Times titled "The fighting at Anzac", 22 September 1915 and The Westminster Gazette titled "Sanguinary fighting: sightless Anzac trooper's vivid story", 21 September 1915]
Extract from The Illustrated London News titled "'The Soul of Anzac': The Colonials' popular leader in Gallipoli", 9 October 1915
Newspaper cutting titled "'The Soul of Anzac': The Colonials' popular leader in Gallipoli", [c. October 1915]
Newspaper cutting from The Vivid War Weekly titled "Lieut-Gen Sir W R Birdwood", 20 November 1915
Newspaper cutting from The Manchester Guardian titled "The Evacuation of Anzac", 21 December 1915
Newspaper cuttings from The Times titled "The withdrawals at Gallipoli" and "The Gallipoli withdrawal", 21 December 1915
Newspaper cuttings from The Times, 21 December 1915 [Includes "The Dardanelles", "The withdrawal at the Dardanelles" and "Suvla and Anzac evacuated"]
Newspaper cutting from The Times titled "The Gallipoli Withdrawal: Record of the Anzacs", 21 December 1915
Newspaper cutting from The Liverpool Post titled "A masterly transfer", 21 December 1915
Newspaper cutting from The Eastern Daily Press titled "Our London letter", 22 December 1915
Newspaper cutting from The Spectator titled "Topics of the day: Anzac and Suvla Bay", 25 December 1915
Newspaper cutting from Army Navy Gazette titled "The Evacuation of Anzac and Suvla", 25 December 1915
Newspaper cutting from The Queen titled "Lord Kitchener's visit to the Dardanelles", 25 December 1915
Newspaper cutting from The Daily Sketch titled "'Birdie' takes a peep at the enemy", 27 December 1915
Extract from The Tatler titled "What was it 'K' saw in Gallipoli? And what did 'Birdie' tell him?", 29 December 1915
Extract from The Bystander titled "Ardour nobility zeal alertness courage", 29 December 1915
Newspaper cutting from The Birmingham Post titled "Anzac and Suvla Bay", 7 January 1916
Newspaper cutting from The Times titled "Sir Ian Hamilton's Dispatch", 7 January 1916
Newspaper cutting from Lloyds Weekly News titled "The deathless story of Suvla", 9 January 1916
Newspaper cuttings re evacuation of Gallipoli, c.1916 [Includes "Gallipoli: Whole Peninsula evacuated", c.1916 and "Helles Evacuated", 10 January 1916]
Newspaper cutting from The Times titled "The last day in Gallipoli: Turks again taken by surprise", 11 January 1916
Newspaper cutting from The Western Press titled "Our venture in Gallipoli", 11 January 1916
Newspaper cutting from New Days titled "Here's to Birdwood!", 11 January 1915 [1916]
Newspaper cutting from The Truth titled "The Dardanelles Failure", 12 January 1916
Newspaper cutting from The Times titled "Gallipoli left in a storm: Last shots with the Turks", 12 January 1916
Extract from The Sphere, 15 January 1916
Newspaper cutting from The War Illustrated titled "The Great Episodes of the war: XXXII - The amazing withdrawal from Gallipoli's crescent of death", 15 January 1916
Extract from The Illustrated London News titled "The final evacuation of Gallipoli with only one casualty: at Cape Helles before the retirement", 15 January 1916
Newspaper cutting titled "Sic Transit", 15 January 1916
Newspaper cutting from The Glasgow Weekly titled "Worthy of all praise", 15 January 1916
Extract from The Sphere titled "General Sir Ian Hamilton's Despatch: Special illustrations from the Anzac area", 15 January 1916
Newspaper cutting from The Daily Mail titled "Final watch at Suvla", 20 January 1916
Extract from Country Life titled "How Gallipoli was evacuated: the cleverest operation of the war", 22 January 1916
Newspaper cutting from The Sydney Mail titled "An Ideal Leader: The Soul of Anzac", 29 March 1916
Newspaper cutting from The Daily Chronicle titled "Last days at Gallipoli", 11 April 1916
Ticket to service at Westminster Abbey for the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. First landing in Gallipoli April 25 1915, 25 April 1916 [annotated for Lady Birdwood]
Newspaper cuttings from The Times titled "In honour of Anzac: Stirring scenes in London" and "The Message of Anzac Day", 26 April 1916
Newspaper cutting titled "An enemy tribute", 26 April 1916
Newspaper cutting from The Daily Mail titled "Anzac Heroes Meet", 29 April 1916
Newspaper cutting from The Graphic titled "People prominent in the public eye", 29 April 1916
Extract from The Bystander titled "Anzac Day - April 25, 1916: Which coincided (Hush!) with the secret session of Parliament", 3 May 1916
Newspaper cutting from The Standard and St James Gazette titled "The Anzac as a fighter: How will he fare in France?", 10 May 1916
Newspaper cutting from The Daily [obscured] titled "How we left Suvla: Eye-witness of the 'Last Night'", 2 June 1916
Extract from The Australasian titled "Anzac Day in London", 10 June 1916
Newspaper cutting from The Sun titled "Daring telegram: Kitchener and Springbok", 16 November 1916
Extract from The Illustrated War News titled "Personages of the war: characteristic facial types", 27 December 1916
Newspaper cutting titled "Now completely evacuated: Cape Helles, at the southern point of the Gallipoli Peninsula, during the British occupation", c. 1916
Newspaper cutting from The Times titled "Gallipoli", 15 March 1917
Newspaper cutting from The Soldier titled "Kitchener and Indian soldiers", 16 March 1917
Newspaper cutting from The Dundee Advertiser titled "With the Scottish Horse in Gallipoli: Life on the Transylvania", 6 November 1917
Newspaper cutting [no title], c.1917
Newspaper cutting from The Daily Sketch titled "Birdwood's men advance: Germans leave behind wooden dummies to deceive our men", 7 October 1918
The Argus, 12 November 1918 [incomplete]
Extract from speech made by Marshal Foch, 15 November 1918 [annotated by Birdwood]
Newspaper cutting from Bystander titled "Welcome Home!", 18 December 1918
Newspaper cutting from The Morning Post titled "The leaders of the British Army", 20 December 1918
Newspaper cutting titled "In the public eye: 'K of K' at Anzac", n.d
Newspaper cutting titled "Mystifying the Turks on Gallipoli: Great Allied Army noiselessly vanishes from view", n.d
Newspaper cutting from The Irish News [no title], n.d
Newspaper cutting titled "The withdrawal at the Dardanelles", n.d
Newspaper cutting titled "The evacuation of Gallipoli", n.d
Newspaper cutting from The Daily Mirror titled "General Birdwood in a trench", n.d
Newspaper cutting showing several photographs of the Anzacs, n.d [Includes "The dog was there", "'Birdie' the idol of the Anzacs" and "How the Anzacs marched through London to the Abbey"]
Newspaper cutting titled "General Birdwood: Bombed at Imbros", n.d
Address written by Birdwood for the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps announcing second advance for Constantinople, n.d
Extract from magazine titled "Battle: gas, flame, shell & smoke", n.d
Magazine extract titled "…And, in either case, How?", n.d
Newspaper cutting from The Daily Express titled "A lasting impression", 1920