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Images from 1915

North Beach, Anzac

A view from the cliffs above of Anzac camps on the beach in 1915


North Beach, Anzac, in 1915, as seen from the cliffs beside the Sphinx, and North Beach as it is today.

The landing site as it is today


The "Sphinx" or Sari Bair

A view from the sea in 1915 of the Anzac camps dominated by the "Sphinx"
A view of the "Sphinx" today


A view from the sea of the "Sphinx" or "Sari Bair" (Yellow Slope) in 1915 and as it appears today. It is part of the Kocacimentepe Range and overlooks the landing site which is the location of the new Anzac Commemorative Site, unveiled on 25 April 2000.



"ANZAC, the Landing 1915"

George Lambert's painting "Anzac, the Landing, 1915" (detail)
George Lambert's painting "Anzac, the Landing, 1915" (detail)

Anzac, the Landing, 1915"
Details (top and left) from the painting by George Lambert* (Art - 02873 AWM)



"Charge of the Third Light Horse"

Details from "The Charge of the 3rd Light Horse Brigade" by George Lambert
Details from "The Charge of the 3rd Light Horse Brigade" by George Lambert


Details from "The Charge of the 3rd Light Horse Brigade at the Nek, 7 August 1915"
by George Lambert* (Art - 7365 AWM)



* The above paintings are reproduced with the permission of the Australian War Memorial and should not be reproduced elsewhere without specific permission.