This collection of  URLs is certainly far from com-plete. If you know of the existence of other Gallipoli diaries on the web, please do not hesitate to give me a sign. Thank you in advance.



Ashmead Bartlett, war correspondent, extracts from his diary 


Nurse Bonnin's experiences as an army nurse in Egypt during World War 1. (part 1)


Nurse Bonnin's experiences as an army nurse in Egypt during World War 1. (part 2)


Fredrick Dill No. 3 Troop  3rd Auckland Mounted Rifles  NZ Expeditionary Force


Priv John Murray Donn, 12th Reg  No13 Sect 12 Platoon C Comp12th Reg 1st Canterbury Inf.


Fred Garrett 1915-1916


A.S.Hutton, signaller No 10 H.Q.Staff, 3rd Light Horse Rgt. AIF, 12/05/15 - 30/11/15, 59 pp.

Jack Jensen, letter about Cairo riots and Gallipoli landing

Able Seaman 7893 Albert Edward Knaggs R.A.N, Austr submarine AE2 + POW Turkey

War diary 1st Batt. Lancashire Fusiliers at 'W Beach' , 24-30 April 1915.

William G. Lister, Chief Petty Officer in R.A. Navy, served on the HMS Queen Elizabeth

London Illustrated News 05/06/15 : 'Gallipoli Diary, a View from Offshore'.

No 100 Spr A. J. McNaughton  M.M 2nd Field Coy RAE

L/Corp. Thomas Reginald Part  No. 77 Signaller H.Q.D. 24th Bn. 6th Inf. Bn. 2nd Div. AIF

War Correspondent Arthur Ruhl : ‘With the Turks at the Dardanelles’, May 1915

L/Cpl Harry Russell 1st Battalion AIF

Sapper James Starkie,  1440, RND, Roy. Mar. Engin., died from wounds 04/12/15 aged 23, Gallipoli

Tom Tompson No: 1105. 6th Company AASC attached 2nd Light Horse Brigade
  Sgt. John Wainwright  MM  78416 Royal Eng. Signal Service Att. to the NZ HQ ANZAC


'Three Years with the New Zealanders'. By  Lt.-Col. C. H. Weston, D.S.O., LL.B. (N.Z.) :

Corp. Edgar Sydney Worrall, A Comp, 24th Batt  6th Inf Brig AIF,  June 1915 to Dec 1915

538 Cpl. Ivor Alexander Williams  21st Batt. AIF

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