The First World War is most widely associated with trench warfare on the Western Front in France and Belgium. But the war was much more widely fought than this. The films on this page relate to the fighting at Gallipoli in the Dardanelles, which was a vital route for trade and shipping.
ANZAC DAY IN SYDNEY
0 MINS 54 SECS, SOUND, B/W, 1939
Hundreds of veterans of the Gallipoli landing march through the streets of Sydney in Australia on ANZAC Day in 1939. Huge crowds are in attendance.
TIME TO REMEMBER - YOUR COUNTRY NEEDS YOU
3 MINS 42 SECS, SOUND, B/W, 1959
This section of the classic television series Time To Remember covers the Gallipoli landings. The footage is a reconstruction.
WRECK AT DARDANELLES
0 MINS 36 SECS, SILENT, B/W, 1914-1918
Footage of a ship sunk in the Dardanelles, Turkey (Ottoman Empire), during the First World War.
COLONIAL ARMY SERVICE CORPS
0 MINS 48 SECS, SILENT, B/W, 1915-191
This brief film documents the work of the Colonial Army Service Corps preparing and transporting food for Australian soldiers near Gallipoli. Filmed in Turkey.