Landing troops at Suvla Bay

Illustration from “The History of the Great European War” Volume IV. Caxton Publishing.

This ten-volume publication was written during the war and it is unashamedly a biased piece of history and propaganda. The caption to this illustration reads: ” The Germans and Turks received a staggering disillusionment when the British forces landed at point after point on the Gallipoli peninsula, regarded by both as impregnable, and established themselves firmly by never-to-be-forgotten feats of arms and deeds of heroism”

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