Biography

Birth date: 11 February 1881
Birth place: United Kingdom: England, Greater London, London
Death date: 04 May 1931
Death place: Lisbon
Conflict: First World War, 1914-1918

Rolls and Awards

Collection Items

Photograph

A02468

Troops of the 11th Battalion and 1st Field Company Australian Engineers assembled on the forecastle of HMS London, part of the fleet which carried the Australians from Lemnos for the Gallipoli landing at Anzac Cove. HMS Bacchante is steaming ahead.

A02468

A05382

IMBROS, 1915. C. E. W. BEAN (FRONT) AND ASHMEAD BARTLETT (BRITISH CORRESPONDENT)

A05382

A05386

The British war correspondent Ellis Ashmead Bartlett seated on the donkey (right). The two men to the left are unidentified. A local man is holding the donkey. Note the stone wall in the background.

A05386

P02934.007

British soldiers entrenched on X Beach at Cape Helles. A number of ships, including a hospital ship (left), are moored in the background.

P02934.007

P02934.009

Two pontoon sections used in the construction of a temporary wharf at V Beach are poled away from the edge of the beach. The River Clyde, firmly aground, is in the background along with a number of smaller vessels and a pontoon or lighter alongside the River Clyde appears to be loaded with horses.

P02934.009

P02934.012

Looking through the barbed wire entanglements protecting the Turkish positions just to the north of V Beach with the River Clyde firmly aground in front of the old Turkish fort of Sedd el Bahr (not in view). The River Clyde took part in the landings on 25 April 1915.

P02934.012

Film

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

There are eight scenes used in AWM film F000176 A H Noad film from Ellis Ashmead-Bartlett's footage of the Gallipoli campaign. This item consists of Bartlett's footage from F00176, footage from F00069, With the Dardanelles Expedition: heroes of Gallipoli and also a split screen side by side...

F08484

With the Dardanelles Expedition: Heroes of Gallipoli

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...

F00069

Private Record

Timeline

date of birth 1881-02-11
date of death 1931-05-04