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HAMILTON, Gen Sir Ian Standish Monteith (1853-1947)

Maps of Gallipoli

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HAMILTON: 7/11/1

1915 Apr 25

Manuscript map entitled 'Anzac-situation at dawn', illustrating disposition of Turkish 27 Regt and artillery between Arghyl Dere and Gapa Tepe, Gallipoli Peninsula. Linen, scale 1:25,000.


HAMILTON: 7/11/2

1915 Apr 25

Manuscript map entitled 'Situation at dawn', illustrating disposition of Turkish 26 Regt and artillery from Krithia to Cape Helles, Gallipoli Peninsula. Linen, scale 1:25,000.


HAMILTON: 7/11/3

1915

Anafarta Sagir, map illustrating coastline between Suvla Bay and Ejelmer Bay, and inland to Anafarta Sagir, Gallipoli Peninsula. Survey Department, Egypt; scale 1:20,000.


HAMILTON: 7/11/4

1915

Boghali, map illustrating European side of Dardanelles Straits between Kilia Iskele and the Aulghar Dere, and inland to Boghali, Koja Chemen Tepe and Kum Keui, Gallipoli Peninsula. Survey Department, Egypt; scale 1:20,000.


HAMILTON: 7/11/5

1915

Damler, map illustrating section of Gallipoli Peninsula between Ormanda Balun and Kakma Dagh in the north, and Choban Evy Mevky and Kilid el Bahr Mevky in the south, centred on Kayali Tepe. Survey Department, Egypt; scale 1:20,000.


HAMILTON: 7/11/6

1915

Chanak, map illustrating section of the Dardanelles Straits between Maidos and Kilid Bahr, European Side, and Nagara Burnu and Sarija El, inland to Eusbek, Asiatic Side. Survey Department, Egypt; scale 1:20,000.


HAMILTON: 7/11/7

1915

Krithia (provisional), map illustrating section of Gallipoli Peninsula between Krithia and Tenkir Tepe in the north, and part of Sedd el Bahr in the south. Survey Department, Egypt; scale 1:20,000.


HAMILTON: 7/11/8

1915

Krithia extension (provisional), map illustrating toe of Gallipoli Peninsula between Gully Ravine in the north, and Sedd el Bahr in the south. Survey Department, Egypt; scale 1:20,000.


HAMILTON: 7/11/9

1915

Krithia, map illustrating section of Gallipoli Peninsula between Krithia in the north, and Sedd el Bahr in the south. Survey Department, Egypt; scale 1:20,000; GSGS 4000.


HAMILTON: 7/11/10

1915

Krithia, map illustrating section of Gallipoli Peninsula between Krithia in the north, and Sedd el Bahr in the south. Survey Department, Egypt; scale 1:20,000; GSGS 4000. With manuscript annotations for Brig Gen Hugh Archie Dundas Simpson-Baikie, commanding 8 Corps artillery, Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, showing disposition of British and ANZAC artillery units around Gully Ravine. Endorsed with names of respective artillery unit commanding officers. [Probably for bombardment of 28 Jun 1915]


HAMILTON: 7/11/11

1915

Map of the ANZAC position at Gallipoli, printed colour map illustrating Allied and Turkish trench lines at Anzac and Suvla Bay. Scale 1:20,000. With manuscript annotations showing advance of 30-34 Bdes, 9 Corps, from Suvla, 8-9 Aug. Endorsed with manuscript remarks by Hamilton similar to his reflections over his scheme for the landings of 25 Apr, given in his entry for 10 Apr in vol 1 of his Gallipoli diary, (Edward Arnold, London, 1920).


HAMILTON: 7/11/12

1915

The Dardanelles and Troad and The Bosphorus and Constantinople, two maps printed on one sheet, illustrating position of Turkish forts and batteries, Allied nicknames for major features at Suvla and Sari Bair, and position of left wing of Allied force at Suvla on 10 Aug 1915. Edward Stanford, London; scale 1:190,080. REQUIRES CONSERVATION ATTENTION, NOT TO BE PRODUCED

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