Improvised sentry's warning wire : Pope's Hill, Gallipoli
|Title||Improvised sentry's warning wire : Pope's Hill, Gallipoli|
|Place made||Ottoman Empire: Turkey, Dardanelles, Gallipoli, Anzac Area (Gallipoli), Quinn's Post Area, Pope's Hill|
|On display||Main building: First World War Gallery: The Anzac Story|
Length of barbed wire, to which is attached two jam tin lids and two jam tins by pieces of wire or barbed wire. A large round piece of tin with crimped edges is attached to the main length of barbed wire by a length of string, which is entangled in the smaller length of wire connecting one of the jam tins.
Tins and lids were attached to the Australian wire entanglements at the top of Pope's Reserve Gully (to the left of Pope's Hill) to help warn sentries of Turks approaching the Australian lines.