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

Official photographs of the Dardanelles Expedition, 1915-1916

References on this page: HAMILTON: 7/12/1-366


(Note: These photographs, supplied by the Central News Agency, were each assigned a four digit agency number which follows the description)


HAMILTON: 7/12/1

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: view of V Beach from SS RIVER CLYDE. No 2038


HAMILTON: 7/12/2

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: ruins of Sedd-el-Bahr fortress following the Allied naval bombardment in Feb 1915. No 2039


HAMILTON: 7/12/3

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British troops at quayside, Alexandria, Egypt [1/1st County of London Yeomanry (Middlesex, Duke of Cambridge's Hussars) disembarking from transport ship NILE, 28 Apr1915]. No 2270


HAMILTON: 7/12/4

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: fort and Turkish [9.4 inch] gun damaged by Y turret of RN battleship HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH on 25 Feb. No 2271


HAMILTON: 7/12/5

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: 1/6 Bn Lancashire Fusiliers in trawler en route to W Beach (view of deck from above). No 2272


HAMILTON: 7/12/6

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Capt (William) Wedgewood Benn MP, 1/1st County of London Yeomanry (Middlesex, Duke of Cambridge's Hussars), tasting ration biscuits at quayside, Alexandria, Egypt. No 2273


HAMILTON: 7/12/7

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: 1/6 Bn Lancashire Fusiliers in trawler en route to W Beach (vessel viewed from side). No 2274


HAMILTON: 7/12/8

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: 1/6 Bn Lancashire Fusiliers in trawler en route to W Beach, passing by RN battleship HMS IMPLACABLE. No 2275


HAMILTON: 7/12/9

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British troops and mules on quayside, Alexandria, Egypt, waiting to board troopship [NILE]. No 2276


HAMILTON: 7/12/10

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: men of 1/1st County of London Yeomanry (Middlesex, Duke of Cambridge's Hussars), receiving medical briefing, Sidi Bishr camp, Egypt. No 2277


HAMILTON: 7/12/11

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Indian troops [7 Indian Mounted Artillery Bde] with mules, waiting to embark transport ship at Alexandria, Egypt. No 2278


HAMILTON: 7/12/12

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British troops inspecting ruins of Sedd-el-Bahr fortress and damaged Turkish 9.4 inch gun, viewed from front. No 2293


HAMILTON: 7/12/13

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British troops inspecting ruins of Sedd-el-Bahr fortress and damaged Turkish 9.4 inch gun, viewed from front (duplicate). No 2293


HAMILTON: 7/12/14

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: ruins of Sedd-el-Bahr fortress and damaged Turkish 9.4 inch gun, viewed from rear. No 2294


HAMILTON: 7/12/15

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Greek dhow brought in to Sedd-el-Bahr for investigation. No 2295


HAMILTON: 7/12/16

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Greek dhow being towed by British trawler to Sedd-el-Bahr for investigation. No 2296


HAMILTON: 7/12/17

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: French troops in camp at Sedd-el-Bahr, sorting through uniforms and equipment removed from dead and wounded comrades. No 2299


HAMILTON: 7/12/18

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: French troops in camp at Sedd-el-Bahr, sorting through uniforms and equipment removed from dead and wounded comrades (duplicate). No 2299


HAMILTON: 7/12/19

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: French Senegalese troops examining wrecked Turkish searchlight at Sedd-el-Bahr fortress. No 2300


HAMILTON: 7/12/20

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: view within ruins of Sedd-el-Bahr fortress, showing buttresses and row of shells. No 2301


HAMILTON: 7/12/21

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: wrecked Turkish gun emplacement, bearing the Arabic inscription "God is with us", Sedd-el-Bahr fortress. No 2302


HAMILTON: 7/12/22

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: wrecked Turkish gun emplacement, bearing the Arabic inscription "God is with us", Sedd-el-Bahr fortress (duplicate). No 2302


HAMILTON: 7/12/23

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Turkish barbed wire defences, east of Cape Helles lighthouse, with view of Allied fleet in background. No 2303


HAMILTON: 7/12/24

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: unloading of stores from SS RIVER CLYDE, V Beach. No 2304


HAMILTON: 7/12/25

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: unloading of stores from SS RIVER CLYDE, V Beach (duplicate). No 2304


HAMILTON: 7/12/26

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: view of corner of Sedd-el-Bahr fortress, showing damage from the Allied naval bombardment. No 2305


HAMILTON: 7/12/27

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Turkish prisoners in the courtyard of Sedd-el-Bahr fortress. No 2306


HAMILTON: 7/12/28

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Turkish prisoners in the courtyard of Sedd-el-Bahr fortress (duplicate). No 2306


HAMILTON: 7/12/29

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: shell hole in the wall of Sedd-el-Bahr fortress, caused by 15 inch guns of RN battleship HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH. No 2307


HAMILTON: 7/12/30

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: shell hole in the wall of Sedd-el-Bahr fortress, caused by 15 inch guns of RN battleship HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH (duplicate). No 2307


HAMILTON: 7/12/31

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: view of V Beach from SS RIVER CLYDE. No 2308


HAMILTON: 7/12/32

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British gunners fusing shells and firing 60 pounder field gun bearing the inscription "Annie". No 2562


HAMILTON: 7/12/33

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Hamilton, with Lt Gen Sir William Riddell Birdwood, inspecting the Royal Naval Division. No 2563


HAMILTON: 7/12/34

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Lt Cdr Edward Courtney Boyle RN, on deck of submarine E 14 with his officers and men. No 2564


HAMILTON: 7/12/35

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Hamilton, Maj Gen Walter Pipon Braithwaite, Chief of General Staff, Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, and Capt Frederick Lewis Makgill-Crichton-Maitland, Hamilton's aide-de-camp, being rowed on ship's tender. No 2565


HAMILTON: 7/12/36

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British soldier giving a wounded Turkish prisoner a drink from his water bottle. No 2566


HAMILTON: 7/12/37

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British soldier giving a wounded Turkish prisoner a drink from his water bottle (duplicate). No 2566


HAMILTON: 7/12/38

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Maj Gen Aylmer Gould Hunter-Weston and two of his staff in the trench leading to their dug out (close up view). No 2567


HAMILTON: 7/12/39

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Maj Gen Aylmer Gould Hunter-Weston and two of his staff in the trench leading to their dug out. No 2567.


HAMILTON: 7/12/40

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: RN submarine E 11 being cheered by men of RN G Class destroyer HMS GRAMPUS (view of starboard bow of submarine). No 2568


HAMILTON: 7/12/41

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Turkish prisoners being escorted by British troops through Gully Ravine, near Y Beach. No 2569


HAMILTON: 7/12/42

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: RN submarine E 11 being cheered by men of RN G Class destroyer HMS GRAMPUS (view of port beam of submarine). No 2570


HAMILTON: 7/12/43

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: men of RN submarine E 11 cheering RN destroyer G Class HMS GRAMPUS (view of starboard beam of submarine). No 2571


HAMILTON: 7/12/44

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Maj Gen William Douglas, General Officer Commanding 42 (East Lancashire) Div, at look out post in tree top [Helles]. No 2572


HAMILTON: 7/12/45

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: the shell-damaged periscope of RN submarine E 14. No 2574


HAMILTON: 7/12/46

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: the shell-damaged periscope of RN submarine E 14 (close up view). No 2573


HAMILTON: 7/12/47

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: R Adm John Michael de Robeck receiving French Gen Albert d'Amade on RN battleship HMS LORD NELSON. No2576


HAMILTON: 7/12/48

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: R Adm John Michael de Robeck introducing French Gen Albert d'Amade to R Adm Stuart Nicholson on RN battleship HMS LORD NELSON. No 2577


HAMILTON: 7/12/49

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British troops [on V Beach], watching shell burst in water from Turkish gun 'Asiatic Annie'. No 2578


HAMILTON: 7/12/50

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: French Generals Albert d'Amade and Henri Joseph Étienne Gouraud on French torpedo boat no 357 leaving RN battleship HMS LORD NELSON. No 2579


HAMILTON: 7/12/51

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: French Generals Albert d'Amade and Henri Joseph Étienne Gouraud on French torpedo boat no 357 leaving RN battleship HMS LORD NELSON (duplicate). No 2579


HAMILTON: 7/12/52

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Turkish prisoners in POW camp at Sedd-el-Bahr. No 2580


HAMILTON: 7/12/53

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Turkish prisoners in POW camp at Sedd-el-Bahr (duplicate). No 2580


HAMILTON: 7/12/54

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British troops collecting fish killed by shell burst from Turkish gun 'Asiatic Annie'. No 2581


HAMILTON: 7/12/55

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: party of ANZAC troops carrying wounded soldier on stretcher. No 2582


HAMILTON: 7/12/56

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: company of men of the Royal Naval Division charging from trench.


HAMILTON: 7/12/57

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: wounded British troops returning from dressing station. No 2584


HAMILTON: 7/12/58

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: wounded British troops returning from dressing station (duplicate). No 2584


HAMILTON: 7/12/59

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British troops returning from front line [through Gully Ravine]. No 2586


HAMILTON: 7/12/60

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Allied graves three miles behind the front line at Helles. No 2589


HAMILTON: 7/12/61

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Allied graves three miles behind the front line at Helles (duplicate). No 2589


HAMILTON: 7/12/62

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British soldier [King's Own Scottish Borderers] using trench periscope. No 2590


HAMILTON: 7/12/63

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British soldiers riding horses in the sea. No 2591


HAMILTON: 7/12/64

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British troops sitting on wrecked Turkish 11 inch gun at Cape Helles. No 2592


HAMILTON: 7/12/65

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Field hospital of 42 (East Lancashire) Div, showing surgery to gunshot wound in soldier's arm. No 2593


HAMILTON: 7/12/66

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Field hospital of 42 (East Lancashire) Div, showing surgery to gunshot wound in soldier's arm (duplicate). No 2593


HAMILTON: 7/12/67

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: two British soldiers mounted on a pony and donkey at rest camp on Imbros. No 2594


HAMILTON: 7/12/68

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: two British soldiers mounted on a pony and donkey at rest camp on Imbros (duplicate). No 2594


HAMILTON: 7/12/69

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: view of 'the night sky lit up by the fire of the guns and star shells'. No 2595


HAMILTON: 7/12/70

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: view of 'the night sky lit up by the fire of the guns and star shells' (duplicate). No 2595


HAMILTON: 7/12/71

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: ANZAC soldier carrying goat captured from Turkish trenches, Achi Baba. No 2596


HAMILTON: 7/12/72

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: men bathing at Cape Helles. No 2597


HAMILTON: 7/12/73

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: men bathing at Cape Helles (duplicate). No 2597


HAMILTON: 7/12/74

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: men of 1/1 East Lancashire Territorial Force Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps, dressing wounds of Turkish prisoners. No 2598


HAMILTON: 7/12/75

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: men of 1/1 East Lancashire Territorial Force Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps, dressing wounds of Turkish prisoners (duplicate). No 2598


HAMILTON: 7/12/76

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: French troops practising an advance at Mudros, Isle of Lemnos. No 2599


HAMILTON: 7/12/77

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: French troops practising an advance at Mudros, Isle of Lemnos (duplicate). No 2599


HAMILTON: 7/12/78

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British officers questioning Turkish prisoners after capture. No 2600


HAMILTON: 7/12/79

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British officers questioning Turkish prisoners after capture (duplicate). No 2600


HAMILTON: 7/12/80

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: part of body of dead Turkish soldier amongst Turkish barbed wire entanglement (photograph stopped by censor). No 2602


HAMILTON: 7/12/81

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Turkish prisoners drawing water from water cart. No 2603


HAMILTON: 7/12/82

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Turkish prisoners drawing water from water cart (duplicate). No 2603


HAMILTON: 7/12/83

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Turkish prisoner loading supplies onto a cart. No 2604


HAMILTON: 7/12/84

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: ANZAC soldier giving a drink to a wounded Turkish prisoner. No 2606


HAMILTON: 7/12/85

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: ANZAC soldier giving a drink to a wounded Turkish prisoner (duplicate). No 2606


HAMILTON: 7/12/86

1915 Jun

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: 9.2 inch naval gun landed at Cape Helles. No 2607


HAMILTON: 7/12/87

1915 Jun

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: 9.2 inch naval gun landed at Cape Helles (duplicate). No 2607


HAMILTON: 7/12/88

1915 Jun

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: 9.2 inch naval gun at Cape Helles being examined by R Adm Stuart Nicholson. No 2608


HAMILTON: 7/12/89

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: French troopship hit by Turkish gunfire from the Asian side of the Dardanelles. No 2609.


HAMILTON: 7/12/90

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British soldier sleeping on stockpile of shells. No 2610


HAMILTON: 7/12/91

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British soldier sleeping on stockpile of shells (duplicate). No 2610


HAMILTON: 7/12/92

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Turkish Fort number 1, Cape Helles, showing 9.4 inch guns, numbers 1 and 2. No 2611


HAMILTON: 7/12/93

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Turkish Fort number 1, Cape Helles, showing 9.4 inch guns, numbers 1 and 2 (duplicate). No 2611


HAMILTON: 7/12/94

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: two British and ANZAC soldiers manufacturing 'jam tin' grenades. No 2612


HAMILTON: 7/12/95

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: party of British and ANZAC troops manufacturing 'jam tin' grenades. No 2612


HAMILTON: 7/12/96

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: R Adm Stuart Nicholson leaving the Naval Observation Station and walking throught the trenches to Cape Helles. No 2613


HAMILTON: 7/12/97

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: horses in dug outs at Sedd-el-Bahr camp (soldier in foreground removing tack). No 2614


HAMILTON: 7/12/98

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: horses in dug outs at Sedd-el-Bahr camp. No 2615


HAMILTON: 7/12/99

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British troops resting in dug outs at Sedd-el-Bahr camp. No 2616


HAMILTON: 7/12/100

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British troops resting indug outs at Sedd-el-Bahr camp (duplicate). No 2616


HAMILTON: 7/12/101

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Greek carpenters at work at Mudros, Isle of Lemnos. No 2617


HAMILTON: 7/12/102

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British soldier cooking his dinner in a rest camp. No 2618


HAMILTON: 7/12/103

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British dressing station in shelter of cliff face. No 2619


HAMILTON: 7/12/104

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British dressing station in shelter of cliff face (duplicate). No 2619


HAMILTON: 7/12/105

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Turkish cemetery outside Krithia, near Achi Baba. No 2620


HAMILTON: 7/12/106

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: view of Achi Baba from the French lines at the old churchyard, Sedd-el-Bahr. No 2621


HAMILTON: 7/12/107

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: view of Achi Baba from the French lines at the old churchyard, Sedd-el-Bahr (duplicate). No 2621


HAMILTON: 7/12/108

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British troops resting in shelters previously held by the Turks. No 2622


HAMILTON: 7/12/109

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British troops resting in shelters previously held by the Turks (duplicate). No 2622


HAMILTON: 7/12/110

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: cremation of Turkish dead. No 2623


HAMILTON: 7/12/111

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: cremation of Turkish dead (duplicate). No 2623


HAMILTON: 7/12/112

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: view of SS RIVER CLYDE, V Beach, from beneath Sedd-el-Bahr Fort. No 2624


HAMILTON: 7/12/113

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: view of SS RIVER CLYDE, V Beach, from beneath Sedd-el-Bahr Fort (duplicate). No 2625


HAMILTON: 7/12/114

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: view of Achi Baba from the French lines Sedd-el-Bahr. No 2625


HAMILTON: 7/12/115

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British Army bakers making dough in marquee. No 2626


HAMILTON: 7/12/116

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British soldiers carrying wounded on stretcher through the trenches. No 2627


HAMILTON: 7/12/117

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: interior of the underground Naval Observation Station [Cape Helles]. No 2628


HAMILTON: 7/12/118

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British soldiers at the tent of a Greek vendor. No 2629


HAMILTON: 7/12/119

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: view of Turkish shell bursting on cliff top [Cape Helles]. No 2630


HAMILTON: 7/12/120

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: view of Turkish shell bursting on cliff top [Cape Helles] (duplicate). No 2630


HAMILTON: 7/12/121

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: armoured cars of the Royal Naval Air Service Armoured Car Division in dug outs. No 2631


HAMILTON: 7/12/122

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Turkish POWs sawing up firewood. No 2632


HAMILTON: 7/12/123

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Capt John William Leopold McClintock RN addressing sailors on deck of RN battleship HMS LORD NELSON. No 2633


HAMILTON: 7/12/124

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: part of the camp at Lancashire Landing, W Beach. No 2634


HAMILTON: 7/12/125

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Turkish POWs guarded by Greek soldiers at Mudros, Isle of Lemnos. No 2635


HAMILTON: 7/12/126

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Lt Gen Aylmer Gould Hunter-Weston, General Officer Commanding 8 Corps, at 8 Corps Headquarters, Cape Helles. No 2636


HAMILTON: 7/12/127

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British soldiers drawing water from a well. No 2637


HAMILTON: 7/12/128

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: sailor receiving his pay on board RN battleship HMS LORD NELSON. No 2638


HAMILTON: 7/12/129

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Turkish POWs guarded by Greek soldiers at Mudros, Isle of Lemnos. No 2639


HAMILTON: 7/12/130

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British mule drawn ambulance wagon [passing through Gully Ravine]. No 2640


HAMILTON: 7/12/131

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British mule drawn ambulance wagon [passing through Gully Ravine] (duplicate). No 2640


HAMILTON: 7/12/132

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: part of the French camp at Sedd-el-Bahr. No 2641


HAMILTON: 7/12/133

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: part of the French camp at Sedd-el-Bahr (duplicate). No 2641


HAMILTON: 7/12/134

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British soldier looking at his dead comrade [in Gully Ravine] (photograph stopped by censor). No 2642


HAMILTON: 7/12/135

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British soldiers examining Turkish arms and ammunition left behind by the Turks on 29 Jun 1915 [Gully Ravine]. No 2643


HAMILTON: 7/12/136

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Greek civilian workmen on a pier (beach unidentified) waiting to embark for Tenedos. No 2644


HAMILTON: 7/12/137

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Two British and ANZAC soldiers manufacturing 'jam tin' grenades. No 2645


HAMILTON: 7/12/138

1915

Crewman of RN submarine E 14 standing on the foredeck. No 2646


HAMILTON: 7/12/139

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: French 75mm artillery battery in action near Sedd-el-Bahr. No 2647


HAMILTON: 7/12/140

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Lt Col H G Parker, 1/1 East Lancashire Territorial Force Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps, and his men dressing wounds of Turkish POWs. No 2648


HAMILTON: 7/12/141

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Lt Col H G Parker, 1/1 East Lancashire Territorial Force Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps, and his men dressing wounds of Turkish POWs (duplicate). No 2648


HAMILTON: 7/12/142

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: turret of RN battleship HMS LORD NELSON following impact from Turkish shell. No 2649


HAMILTON: 7/12/143

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: French cavalry officer acting as mounted dispatch rider, Cape Helles. No 2650


HAMILTON: 7/12/144

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Turkish POWs in camp. No 2657


HAMILTON: 7/12/145

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: ruins of Cape Helles lighthouse. No 2652


HAMILTON: 7/12/146

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: view of British troops camped on cliffs looking from [X Beach] to Anzac Cove. 2653


HAMILTON: 7/12/147

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: view of British troops camped on cliffs looking from [X Beach] to Anzac Cove (duplicate). 2653


HAMILTON: 7/12/148

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British RN vessel [battleship HMS LORD NELSON] deploying anti-submarine nets near Isle of Imbros (photograph stopped by censor). No 2654


HAMILTON: 7/12/149

1915 29 Jun

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: French Gen Henri Joseph Étienne Gouraud and French Gen Maurice Camille Bailloud with their staff at Sedd-el-Bahr Fort (Bailloud shaking hands with British staff captain). No 2656


HAMILTON: 7/12/150

1915 29 Jun

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: French Gen Henri Joseph Étienne Gouraud and French Gen Maurice Camille Bailloud at Sedd-el-Bahr Fort. No 2657


HAMILTON: 7/12/151

1915 29 Jun

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: French Gen Henri Joseph Étienne Gouraud at Sedd-el-Bahr Fort. No 2658


HAMILTON: 7/12/152

1915 29 Jun

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: French Gen Henri Joseph Étienne Gouraud and French Gen Maurice Camille Bailloud with their staff at Sedd-el-Bahr Fort. No 2659


HAMILTON: 7/12/153

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British soldiers on unidentified beach [X Beach?] watching Turkish shell burst in water (photograph stopped by censor). No 2669


HAMILTON: 7/12/154

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Kephalos camp photographed from the air at 6,000 feet. No 2686


HAMILTON: 7/12/155

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: RN Lieutenant questioning crew of a Greek dhow. 2694


HAMILTON: 7/12/156

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Indian troops [of 7 Mountain Artillery Bde] exercising their mules. No 2696


HAMILTON: 7/12/157

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Maj Philip Hunloke, groom-in-waiting and King's messenger to George V, King of Great Britain and Ireland, handing a letter to Maj John Strange Spencer Churchill, camp commandant, Imbros. No 2695


HAMILTON: 7/12/158

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: ANZAC troops playing football, with shell bursting on Achi Baba in the background. No 2697


HAMILTON: 7/12/159

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: captured Turkish sniper in foliage camouflage guarded by two ANZAC soldiers. No 2719


HAMILTON: 7/12/160

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: supply dumps at Lancashire Landing, W Beach. No 2720.


HAMILTON: 7/12/161

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Turkish POW, a former hairdresser in Constantinople, cutting the hair of an ANZAC soldier. No 2721


HAMILTON: 7/12/162

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: RN kite balloon ship HMS MANICA. No 2722


HAMILTON: 7/12/163

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British ammunition wagon galloping to the front line. No 2723


HAMILTON: 7/12/164

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British Army chaplains with burial party at graveside of four dead soldiers. No 2724


HAMILTON: 7/12/165

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Turkish POWs bathing in the sea. No 2725


HAMILTON: 7/12/166

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Three wounded Turkish POWs being brought into camp. No 2726


HAMILTON: 7/12/167

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Indian troops examining a fragment of a shell fired by Turkish gun 'Asiatic Annie'. No 2727


HAMILTON: 7/12/168

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: French Senegalese soldier giving a drink to wounded French soldier. No 2728


HAMILTON: 7/12/169

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British soldiers marching along beach to bathe. No 2730


HAMILTON: 7/12/170

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Turkish POWs bathing in sea watched by their British guards and prison camp commandant. No 2731


HAMILTON: 7/12/171

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Burial party of British soldiers [2 Bn Hampshire Rgt] carrying body along grave pit (photograph stopped by censor). No 2733


HAMILTON: 7/12/172

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British soldiers at the 'dry canteen'. No 2734


HAMILTON: 7/12/173

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Col Rudolph Robert Basil Aloysius Augustine Fielding, 9th Earl of Denbigh and Desmond, Honourable Artillery Company, and his staff at Alexandria, Egypt. No 2735


HAMILTON: 7/12/174

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: a 'destructor'-a stone walled pit for burning old clothes. No 2736


HAMILTON: 7/12/175

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British and ANZAC troops making roads at Sedd-el-Bahr. No 2737


HAMILTON: 7/12/176

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: group of wounded French and Senegalese troops on board a homeward bound transport ship (photograph stopped by censor). No 2738


HAMILTON: 7/12/177

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Indian troops driving mule carts carrying forage. No 2739


HAMILTON: 7/12/178

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: men of 1/1 East Lancashire Territorial Force Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps, having a meal. No 2740


HAMILTON: 7/12/179

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: men of the Royal Army Ordnance Corps cleaning and fumigating returned uniforms. No 2741


HAMILTON: 7/12/180

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Lt Cdr Edward Courtney Boyle on deck of RN submarine E 14 (photograph stopped by censor). No 2743


HAMILTON: 7/12/181

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British soldier shaving in the ruins of Sedd-el-Bahr. No 2744


HAMILTON: 7/12/182

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Russian cruiser HIMS ASKOLD. No 2745


HAMILTON: 7/12/183

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British soldier silhouetted against evening skyline at the grave of his comrade near Cape Helles. No 2746


HAMILTON: 7/12/184

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: RN monitor HMS ROBERTS, forward view (photograph stopped by censor). No 2747


HAMILTON: 7/12/185

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: RN monitor HMS ROBERTS, view near starboard beam (photograph stopped by censor). No 2748


HAMILTON: 7/12/186

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: RN monitor HMS ROBERTS view of starboard bow (photograph stopped by censor). No 2749


HAMILTON: 7/12/187

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: RN cruiser HMS EUROPA. No 2750


HAMILTON: 7/12/188

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: wounded French Senegalese troops arriving at Cap Bon, Tunisia. No 2751


HAMILTON: 7/12/189

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: party of British wounded walking on pier to embark hospital ship (end of group). No 2752


HAMILTON: 7/12/190

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: palking British wounded waiting to embark hospital ship (middle of group). No 2753


HAMILTON: 7/12/191

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: three French staff officers besides wrecked Turkish [11 or 10.2 inch] gun at Sedd-el-Bahr Fort. No 2754


HAMILTON: 7/12/192

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: French Gen Henri Joseph Étienne Gouraud on horseback. No 2755


HAMILTON: 7/12/193

1915 Oct 17

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Hamilton laughing with Maj Gen Gerald Francis Ellison, Deputy Quarter Master General, and his staff at Kephalos, Isle of Imbros on his final day on Gallipoli. No 2756


HAMILTON: 7/12/194

1915 Oct 17

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Hamilton and his staff at Kephalos, Isle of Imbros on his final day on Gallipoli. No 2757


HAMILTON: 7/12/195

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: French battleships PATRIE and SUFFREN. No 275


HAMILTON: 7/12/196

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: stretcher bearer of 1/1 East Lancashire Territorial Force Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps, lighting the cigarette of a wounded British soldier. No 2757


HAMILTON: 7/12/197

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: close up view of 15 inch gun barrels on RN battleship HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH. No 2758


HAMILTON: 7/12/198

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: French submarine MARIOTTE at Mudros, Isle of Lemnos (photograph stoppped by censor). No 2760


HAMILTON: 7/12/199

1915 [Jul]

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: French submarine MARIOTTE at Mudros, Isle of Lemnos, closer view (photograph stoppped by censor). No 2761


HAMILTON: 7/12/200

1915 [Jul]

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: RN submarine E 14 at Mudros, Isle of Lemnos, preparing to leave for Sea of Marmora, with French submarine MARIOTTE in background (photograph stoppped by censor). No 2783


HAMILTON: 7/12/201

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: three chefs of the French General Headquarters staff at the entrance to their rock shelter. No 2784


HAMILTON: 7/12/202

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British troop carriers AQUITANIA and MAURETANIA (photograph stoppped by censor). No 2785


HAMILTON: 7/12/203

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Lt Col George Kemp Rochdale, 1st Baron Rochdale, and Lt Col A F McLure, Lancashire Fusiliers, on board transport ship. No 2786


HAMILTON: 7/12/204

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Maj Archibald Seton Montgomerie, Lord Montgomerie, staff signalling officer, Dardanelles Headquarters. No 2787


HAMILTON: 7/12/205

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British camp at Gully Beach, right hand photograph of panorama (photograph stopped by War Office). No 2788


HAMILTON: 7/12/206

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British camp at Gully Beach, left hand photograph of panorama (photograph stopped by War Office). No 2789


HAMILTON: 7/12/207

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Royal Engineers motorcycle dispatch riders. No 2790


HAMILTON: 7/12/208

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Capt George Price Webley and Cdr Gundy, King's Messenger, Royal Naval Reserve, on board RN battleship QUEEN ELIZABETH. No 2791


HAMILTON: 7/12/209

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British troops in trench wearing respirators and using Lee Enfield no 1 rifles. No 2792


HAMILTON: 7/12/210

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British sailors arriving on shore leave. No 2793


HAMILTON: 7/12/211

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: R Adm Rosslyn Erskine Wemyss on board ship's launch. No 2795


HAMILTON: 7/12/212

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Lt Col George Kemp Rochdale, 1st Baron Rochdale, Lancashire Fusiliers, and his aide-de-camp. No 2796


HAMILTON: 7/12/213

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: French troops on the transport ship SS HAVRAISE. No 3052


HAMILTON: 7/12/214

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: French troops on the transport ship SS HAVRAISE (soldier kneeling left foreground waving cap). No 3053


HAMILTON: 7/12/215

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: French troops on the transport ship SS HAVRAISE (bald soldier standing in centre of front row waving cap). 3054


HAMILTON: 7/12/216

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: French soldiers embarking horse onto transport ship at Bizerte, Tunisia (side view of horse). No 3055


HAMILTON: 7/12/217

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: French soldiers embarking horses onto transport ship at Bizerte, Tunisia (rear view of horse). No 3056


HAMILTON: 7/12/218

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: two French cabin boys from transport ship who volunteered to serve at the front in the Dardanelles. No 3057


HAMILTON: 7/12/219

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British nurses in motor ambulance, about to set off from Boulogne, France. No 3058


HAMILTON: 7/12/220

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: French battleship ST LOUIS. No 3059


HAMILTON: 7/12/221

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Vera Mary St Clair-Erskine, Countess of Rosslyn, with Red Cross motor ambulance, at Boulogne, France. No 3060


HAMILTON: 7/12/222

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: supply launches towing barges carrying barrels of wine for French troops [Mudros]. No 3061


HAMILTON: 7/12/223

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: French trumpeter with standard of French Corps Expéditionnaire d'Orient, playing at sunset on the transport ship SS HAVRAISE. No 3062


HAMILTON: 7/12/224

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: a post box made out of a cartridge case. No 3072


HAMILTON: 7/12/225

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British soldiers breaking up rocks at Cape Helles. No 3073


HAMILTON: 7/12/226

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British soldier writing a letter in his dug out in the side of a cliff. No 3074


HAMILTON: 7/12/227

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: ANZAC troops practising grenade throwing. No 3075


HAMILTON: 7/12/228

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: ANZAC troops using trench periscopes and periscope rifles (Royal Naval Division officer in right foreground). No 3076


HAMILTON: 7/12/229

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: ANZAC troops using trench periscopes and periscope rifles (with two ANZACs sitting in trench). No 3077


HAMILTON: 7/12/230

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: ANZAC troops using trench periscopes and periscope rifles (backs to camera). No 3078


HAMILTON: 7/12/231

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Troops driving in piles for piers at Anzac Beach. No 3080.


HAMILTON: 7/12/232

1915

Part of Anzac Beach, showing sandbagged shelters. No 3081


HAMILTON: 7/12/233

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British soldier in trench with helmet placed on end of his rifle as a target for Turkish snipers. No 3151


HAMILTON: 7/12/236

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Capt Alexander Percy Davidson RN greeting Lt Gen Hon Sir Julian Hedworth George Byng on deck of RN battleship HMS CORNWALLIS. No 5078


HAMILTON: 7/12/237

1915 [Dec 19]

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: the last day at Anzac Beach of Lt Gen Sir William Riddell Birdwood. No 5079


HAMILTON: 7/12/238

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British field gun and crew being towed on raft by launch during the evacuation of Suvla. No 5082


HAMILTON: 7/12/239

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: frost-bitten British soldiers being helped onto rear of motor wagon [Suvla]. No 5086


HAMILTON: 7/12/240

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British soldiers drying blankets on the beach at Suvla after rainfall. No 5087


HAMILTON: 7/12/241

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: aerial view of the camp and the Allied fleet at Kephalos, Isle of Imbros. No 5088


HAMILTON: 7/12/242

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: frost-bitten British soldier being helped onto motor wagon [Suvla]. No 5091


HAMILTON: 7/12/243

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British field gun and crew being towed on raft (side view) during the evacuation of Suvla. No 5093


HAMILTON: 7/12/244

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: 'Walmer Castle' dug-out, Helles. No 5094


HAMILTON: 7/12/245

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British officers with their chicken pen. No 5095


HAMILTON: 7/12/246

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British special service ship ORUBA, a dummy battleship, shown sunken at Kephalos, Isle of Imbros, as a breakwater. No 5096


HAMILTON: 7/12/247

1915 Dec

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Lt Cassidy distributing lanterns for the ignition and destruction of stores at Suvla Bay. No 5097


HAMILTON: 7/12/248

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: men of the Royal Naval Division feeding their pet donkey a bowl of cocoa. No 5099


HAMILTON: 7/12/249

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: pet donkey of men of the Royal Naval Division being carried on sailor's shoulders. No 5100


HAMILTON: 7/12/250

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: horse drawn ambulance wagon passing through muddy road in Gully Ravine. No 5101


HAMILTON: 7/12/251

1915 Nov

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: view of wreckage in Kephalos harbour, Isle of Imbros, following a gale. No 5104


HAMILTON: 7/12/252

1915 Dec

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: iew of West Beach, Suvla Bay, a few days before the final evacuation. No 5112


HAMILTON: 7/12/253

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: stockpile of stores at Suvla Bay. No 5114


HAMILTON: 7/12/254

1915 Dec

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: troops marching onto pier at West Beach, Suvla Bay, a few days before the final evacuation. No 5115


HAMILTON: 7/12/255

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: limber carriages on barge, with background view of W Beach. No 5116


HAMILTON: 7/12/256

1915 Dec

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: troops and horses waiting to embark at West Beach, Suvla Bay, prior to evacuation. No 5117


HAMILTON: 7/12/257

1915 Nov

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: view of W Beach showing wreckage caused by gales. No 5118


HAMILTON: 7/12/258

1915 Dec

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: launches and ambulance wagons at West Beach, Suvla Bay, prior to evacuation. No 5119


HAMILTON: 7/12/259

1915 [Dec]

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: frost-bitten British soldiers waiting to embark from Suvla Bay. No 5120


HAMILTON: 7/12/260

1915 Dec

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Turkish shell bursting among wrecked boats at West Beach, Suvla Bay, prior to evacuation. No 5121


HAMILTON: 7/12/261

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Royal Naval Division officer and other British troops sheltering in dug out, West Beach, Suvla Bay. No 5128


HAMILTON: 7/12/262

1915 Dec

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British troops placing hay and petrol amongst stores for destruction at Suvla Bay. No 5129


HAMILTON: 7/12/263

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: view of buildings and the Allied Fleet at Mudros, Isle of Lemnos. No 5127


HAMILTON: 7/12/264

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Capt Nevile Rodwell Wilkinson, Ulster King of Arms, commandant of camp for Turkish POWs on Isle of Imbros. No 5130


HAMILTON: 7/12/265

1915 Dec

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: limber carts on pier at West Beach, Suvla Bay prior to evacuation. No 5131


HAMILTON: 7/12/266

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Isle of Imbros, showing part of General Headquarters, Greek internment camp and Turkish POW camp. No 5134


HAMILTON: 7/12/266A

1916 Jan 8

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: pier at W Beach under fire from Turkish shells. No 5135


HAMILTON: 7/12/267

1916 Jan 7

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Turkish POWs carrying dead comrade on stretcher, killed in an air raid by Taube aircraft. No 5137


HAMILTON: 7/12/268

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: view from airship of Isle of Imbros. No 5138


HAMILTON: 7/12/269

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: aerial view of Kephalos harbour, Isle of Imbros, showing road leading to airship hangar. No 5139


HAMILTON: 7/12/270

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: aerial view of part of General Headquarters and airship hangar on Isle of Imbros. No 5141


HAMILTON: 7/12/271

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: aerial view of hospital tents on Isle of Imbros. No 5140


HAMILTON: 7/12/272

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: aerial view of General Headquarters (including Hamilton's office) and camp on Kephalos, Isle of Imbros. No 5143


HAMILTON: 7/12/273

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: general aerial view of the camp at Kephalos, Isle of Imbros. No 5146


HAMILTON: 7/12/274

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: a field kitchen at Suvla Bay. No 5209


HAMILTON: 7/12/275

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: view of no man's land towards Turkish trenches taken from a trench at ANZAC. No 5211


HAMILTON: 7/12/276

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Anzac Beach, showing hospital tents, stores and landing piers. No 5212


HAMILTON: 7/12/277

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Maj John Strange Spencer Churchill, camp commandant, at his office on Imbros. No 5216


HAMILTON: 7/12/278

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: view towards Turkish trenches showing barbed wire entanglements. No 5217


HAMILTON: 7/12/279

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British troops unloading stores and constructing railways at Suvla Bay. No 5218


HAMILTON: 7/12/280

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: ANZAC soldier carrying wounded comrade on his shoulders. No 5219


HAMILTON: 7/12/280A

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British Territorial gun crew with [4.5 inch] howitzer. No 5220


HAMILTON: 7/12/281

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: scene showing clothes drying on beach with Turkish shell bursting in the bay in background. No 5221


HAMILTON: 7/12/282

1915 [Sep]

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Salonica viewed from Allied warship [light cruiser HMS DORIS]. No 5222


HAMILTON: 7/12/283

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British hospital ship SS AQUITANIA. No 5223


HAMILTON: 7/12/284

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: small hospital ship transferring casualties to British hospital ship SS AQUITANIA. No 5224


HAMILTON: 7/12/285

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British hospital ship SS AQUITANIA and troop transport ship SS OLYMPIC. No 5226


HAMILTON: 7/12/286

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: three ANZAC soldiers attending to wounded comrade. No 5227


HAMILTON: 7/12/287

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: French sailors on a beach with wine celebrating the destruction of a Turkish battery. No 5228


HAMILTON: 7/12/288

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British nurses talking to British Naval officers [Mudros, Isle of Lemnos]. No 5229


HAMILTON: 7/12/289

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: convalescent French sailors at hospital [Mudros, Isle of Lemnos]. No 5230


HAMILTON: 7/12/290

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: silhouette of British soldier making tea against early morning sky and sea. No 5448


HAMILTON: 7/12/291

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Highlanders [City of Glasgow Bn, Highland Light Infantry] pushing rocks on trollies to make a breakwater at Cape Helles. No 5450


HAMILTON: 7/12/292

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: slightly wounded soldiers waiting near dressing station [at Gully Beach]. No 3126


HAMILTON: 7/12/293

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: ANZAC soldier and British soldier with Turkish woman, her children and donkey. No 3127


HAMILTON: 7/12/294

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: ANZAC soldier and British soldier kneeling to play with two Turkish children. No 3129


HAMILTON: 7/12/295

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: ANZAC soldier carrying two Turkish children. No 3128


HAMILTON: 7/12/296

1915 [Aug]

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: visiting party of three Russian Army officers with British Army and RN officers at Suvla. No 3132


HAMILTON: 7/12/297

1915 [Aug]

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: RN officer showing an anti-submarine dart to Russian Army Col Alexieff, head of visiting party of Russian Army officers (photograph stopped by censor). No 3133


HAMILTON: 7/12/298

1915 [Aug]

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Visiting party of three Russian Army officers with British Army and RN officers at Suvla (standing under gantry). No 3134


HAMILTON: 7/12/299

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: ANZAC troops and British soldiers herding in captured flock of sheep. No 3135.


HAMILTON: 7/12/300

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Capt Geoffrey Thomas Taylour, 4th Marquess of Headfort, Dental surgeon; Lt Mervyn Richard Wingfield, 8th Viscount Powerscourt, Assistant Provost Marshal; Lt Col Rt Hon Bernard Arthur William Patrick Hastings Forbes, 8th Earl of Granard, Commanding Officer 5 Bn, Royal Irish Regt, pictured in trench [Suvla]. No 5137


HAMILTON: 7/12/301

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Lt Col Rt Hon Bernard Arthur William Patrick Hastings Forbes, 8th Earl of Granard, Commanding Officer 5 Bn, Royal Irish Regt, pictured in trench wearing cap [Suvla]. No 5140


HAMILTON: 7/12/302

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Lt Col Rt Hon Bernard Arthur William Patrick Hastings Forbes, 8th Earl of Granard, Commanding Officer 5 Bn, Royal Irish Regt, pictured in trench wearing topi [Suvla]. No 5141


HAMILTON: 7/12/303

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: ANZAC officer 'visiting a friend's grave' in an Allied cemetery. No 3142


HAMILTON: 7/12/304

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Indian troops constructing a pier on Imbros. No 3143


HAMILTON: 7/12/305

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Construction around a water spring in a rock face. No 3144


HAMILTON: 7/12/306

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British encampments around Chocolate Hill, Suvla. No 3146


HAMILTON: 7/12/307

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: RN G Class destroyer carrying British troops from Mudros to the front lines. No 3235


HAMILTON: 7/12/308

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: sailors of battleship HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH winching aboard 15 inch shell. No 3237


HAMILTON: 7/12/309

1915 May

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: survivors of sunken battleships HMS GOLIATH, HMS TRIUMPH and HMS MAJESTIC aboard battleship HMS LORD NELSON. No 3249


HAMILTON: 7/12/310

1915 May

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: survivors of sunken battleships HMS GOLIATH, HMS TRIUMPH and HMS MAJESTIC aboard battleship HMS LORD NELSON (sailor with bandaged head in middle front row). No 3250


HAMILTON: 7/12/311

1915 May

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: survivors of sunken battleship HMS TRIUMPH giving their names to Naval Patrol petty officer aboard battleship HMS LORD NELSON. 3251


HAMILTON: 7/12/312

1915 May

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: clerk of sunken battleship HMS TRIUMPH with the ledgers he rescued, aboard battleship HMS LORD NELSON. No 3252


HAMILTON: 7/12/313

1915 May

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: survivors of sunken battleship HMS TRIUMPH in launch coming alongside battleship HMS LORD NELSON. No 3253


HAMILTON: 7/12/314

1915 May

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: two survivors of sunken battleship HMS MAJESTIC with RN Sub Lieutenant aboard battleship HMS LORD NELSON. No 3254


HAMILTON: 7/12/315

1915 May

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Capt Henry F G Talbot RN, of sunken battleship HMS MAJESTIC coming aboard battleship HMS LORD NELSON. No 3255


HAMILTON: 7/12/316

1915 May

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: R Adm Stuart Nicholson, survivor of sinking of battleship HMS MAJESTIC coming aboard battleship HMS LORD NELSON. No 3256


HAMILTON: 7/12/317

1915 May

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Capt John William Leopold McClintock RN, with survivors of sunken battleship HMS TRIUMPH aboard his battleship HMS LORD NELSON. No 3257


HAMILTON: 7/12/318

1915 May

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: survivors of sunken battleship HMS TRIUMPH giving their names to Naval Patrol petty officers aboard battleship HMS LORD NELSON. No 3258


HAMILTON: 7/12/319

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: two ANZAC soldiers at their dug-out named 'Splinter Villa'. No 3271


HAMILTON: 7/12/320

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: ANZAC troops aboard transport ship SS LUTZOW. No 3272


HAMILTON: 7/12/321

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: sailors of battleship HMS LORD NELSON embarking launch at Mudros Bay, Isle of Lemnos. No 3273


HAMILTON: 7/12/322

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British balloon ship carrying balloon. No 3294


HAMILTON: 7/12/323

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Cdr Charles Rumney Samson, Royal Naval Air Service, on horseback at Tenedos. No 3296


HAMILTON: 7/12/324

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Royal Naval Air Service Maurice Farman type seaplane near Imbros. No 3295


HAMILTON: 7/12/325

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: on board destroyer HMS KENNET during rapid sweeping practice. No 3298


HAMILTON: 7/12/326

1915 May 23

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: battleship HMS ALBION aground at Gaba Tepe, being towed off by battleship HMS CANOPUS. No 3300


HAMILTON: 7/12/327

1915 May 23

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: battleship HMS ALBION aground at Gaba Tepe, firing at Turkish batteries. No 3302


HAMILTON: 7/12/328

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: battlecruiser HMS INFLEXIBLE receiving coal near Mudros, Isle of Lemnos. No 3309


HAMILTON: 7/12/329

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Transport ship SS MAURETANIA at Mudros, Isle of Lemnos, with sailors of battleship HMS LORD NELSON bathing in foreground. No 3310


HAMILTON: 7/12/330

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: view of the Allied fleet at Mudros harbour, Isle of Lemnos, with RN sailors coming ashore. No 3314


HAMILTON: 7/12/331

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: battleship HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH at Mudros harbour, Isle of Lemnos. No 3312


HAMILTON: 7/12/332

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: ANZAC dug outs at Gaba Tepe. No 3318


HAMILTON: 7/12/333

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: view of the Allied fleet at Mudros harbour, Isle of Lemnos. No 3317


HAMILTON: 7/12/334

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: view of the Allied fleet at Mudros harbour, Isle of Lemnos, with French camp in foreground. No 3316


HAMILTON: 7/12/335

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: view of beach at Gaba Tepe with partially sunken trawler in foreground. No 3320


HAMILTON: 7/12/336

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: view of beach at Gaba Tepe with barges and encampments. No 3321


HAMILTON: 7/12/337

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: view of beach at Gaba Tepe with barges and encampments (deck of photographer's ship in foreground). No 3322


HAMILTON: 7/12/338

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Turkish POWs with ANZAC guards at Gaba Tepe. No 3324


HAMILTON: 7/12/339

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Turkish POWs at Gaba Tepe (closer view). No 3325


HAMILTON: 7/12/340

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: two officers outside ANZAC intelligence office dug out (one officer carrying a white flag). No 3326


HAMILTON: 7/12/341

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Lt Norman Douglas Holbrook RN, of submarine B 11, preparing torpedoes on board submarine depot ship HMS ADAMANT. No 3327


HAMILTON: 7/12/342

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Private soldier of the Army Service Corps displaying a Turkish Mauser rifle with British bullet lodged between the barrel and upper band. No 3330


HAMILTON: 7/12/343

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: battleship QUEEN ELIZABETH at Mudros harbour, Isle of Lemnos. No 3380


HAMILTON: 7/12/344

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: RN special service ship 14 (Tiger). No 3382


HAMILTON: 7/12/345

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: submarine depot ship HMS ADAMANT at Mudros, Isle of Lemnos. No 3383


HAMILTON: 7/12/346

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: RN submarine E 14 at Mudros, Isle of Lemnos, carrying torpedoes on deck. No 3385


HAMILTON: 7/12/347

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: RN special service ship 14 (Tiger). No 3388


HAMILTON: 7/12/348

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: the Turkish cemetery at Sedd-el-Bahr. No 3452


HAMILTON: 7/12/349

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: horse drawn trolleys on rails transporting 9.2 inch shells. No 3453


HAMILTON: 7/12/350

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: French soldiers digging trenches. No 3454


HAMILTON: 7/12/351

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: French Gen Maurice Camille Bailloud congratulating Maj C de Putron, Lancashire Fusiliers, on his escape from injury from a Turkish shell. No 3455


HAMILTON: 7/12/352

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: a French field kitchen near the front line, Helles. No 3456


HAMILTON: 7/12/353

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Royal Naval Air Service airship coming in to land. No 3457


HAMILTON: 7/12/354

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: French soldier guarding rail trolleys containing 9.2 inch shells. No 3458


HAMILTON: 7/12/355

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: view of Morto Bay, with S Beach, De Tott's Battery and Asian side of Dardanelles in background. No 3460


HAMILTON: 7/12/356

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: French soldiers firing through loopholes in front line trenches, Helles. No 3461


HAMILTON: 7/12/357

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Turkish POWs digging graves for French dead near Sedd-el-Bahr. No 3463


HAMILTON: 7/12/358

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: sick British soldiers boarding motor launches for transportation to hospital ships [at Mudros, Isle of Lemnos]. No 3466


HAMILTON: 7/12/359

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: sick British soldiers boarding motor launches for transportation to hospital ships [at Mudros, Isle of Lemnos], with Royal Naval Air Service airship flying in background. No 3467


HAMILTON: 7/12/360

1915 Sep 29

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Hamilton accompanied by Maj Gen Walter Pipon Braithwaite, Chief of Staff, and Lt Col Stephen Hungerford Pollen, Military Secretary, presenting the Distinguished Service Order to French Commandant Berthier de Sauvigny, and the Military Cross to French Lts de la Bord and Pelliot (decorating de Sauvigny). No 3468


HAMILTON: 7/12/361

1915 Sep 29

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Hamilton accompanied by Maj Gen Walter Pipon Braithwaite, Chief of Staff, and Lt Col Stephen Hungerford Pollen, Military Secretary, presenting the Distinguished Service Order to French Commandant Berthier de Sauvigny, and the Military Cross to French Lts de la Bord and Pelliot, with guards of honour of Royal Naval Division, ANZAC troops and Surrey Yeomanry. No 3469


HAMILTON: 7/12/362

1915 Sep 29

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Hamilton accompanied by Maj Gen Walter Pipon Braithwaite, Chief of Staff, and Lt Col Stephen Hungerford Pollen, Military Secretary, presenting the Distinguished Service Order to French Commandant Berthier de Sauvigny, and the Military Cross to French Lts de la Bord and Pelliot, with guards of honour of Royal Naval Division, ANZAC troops and Surrey Yeomanry, with Maj John Strange Spencer Churchill, camp commandant, Imbros, in background. No 3470


HAMILTON: 7/12/363

1915 Sep 29

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Hamilton accompanied by Maj Gen Walter Pipon Braithwaite, Chief of Staff, and Lt Col Stephen Hungerford Pollen, Military Secretary, presenting the Distinguished Service Order to French Commandant Berthier de Sauvigny, and the Military Cross to French Lts de la Bord and Pelliot, with guards of honour of Royal Naval Division and ANZAC troops, with Maj John Strange Spencer Churchill, camp commandant, Imbros (Hamilton addressing the French officers prior to decoration). No 3471


HAMILTON: 7/12/364

1915 Sep 29

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: Lt Col Stephen Hungerford Pollen, Military Secretary, General Headquarters, Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, showing the Distinguished Service Order which was presented to French Commandant Berthier de Sauvigny to men of the guard of honour of the Royal Naval Division. No 3473


HAMILTON: 7/12/365

1915 Sep 29

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: French Commandant Berthier de Sauvigny wearing the Distinguished Service Order and French Lts de la Bord and Pelliot wearing the Military Cross which had been presented by Hamilton, outside Hamilton's office on Imbros. No 3474


HAMILTON: 7/12/366

1915

Official photograph of the Dardanelles Expedition: British soldier in his dug out at W Beach. No 3297

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