The golden path - Lemnos Island, Lesvos by Vasilis Protopapas

✈ Sail on the Golden Path near Lemnos Island, Lesvos. Photo by Vasilis Protopapas ✈

HMS Queen Elizabeth, the British flag ship, leaving Mudros on the Greek Island of Lemnos for the Gallipoli landings on 24th April 1915

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Australian wounded from Gallipoli on ship at the Greek Island of Lemnos 1915

Australian wounded from Gallipoli on ship at Greek Island -Lemnos 1915

ANZAC Graveyard at Lemnos (thompsoe) Tags: cemetery graveyard wwi worldwari worldwarone ww1 1915 nurses worldwar1 australiansoldiers

ANZAC Graveyard at Lemnos (thompsoe) Tags: cemetery graveyard wwi worldwari worldwarone 1915 nurses australiansoldiers

Anzac troops returning to Gallipoli by picket boat after a period of rest and reorganisation on the Greek island of Lemnos. After the battles at Chunuk Bair and Hill 60, the New Zealand infantry and mounted rifles were sent to Lemnos in mid-September 1915 to rest and receice reinforcements from Egypt. They spent 7 weeks at Sarpi Camp, near the village of Mudros, before returning to Gallipoli in early November. | NZHistory, New Zealand history online

© IWM (HU Back from Leave: New Zealanders return to Gallipoli by picket boat after a rest in Lemnos. Returning from leave was always the occasion for depression.

11th Battalion Australian Imperial Force and 1st Field Company Australian Engineers on HMS London sailing 24th April 1915 from the Greek Island of Lemnos for the landing on Gallipoli

Battalion Australian Imperial Force and Field Company Australian Engineers on HMS London sailing April 1915 from the Greek Island of Lemnos for the landing on Gallipoli

prehistorical Poliochni town, Limnos Island, near Kaminia village, GREECE

prehistorical Poliochni town, Limnos Island, near Kaminia village, GREECE

Sick nurses outside their quarters, Lemnos Island, off Gallipoli.c.1915

Sick Nurses outside their quarters, Lemnos Island (modern off Source: www.

Preparations for Gallipoli- allied soldiers landing, early 1915 on the island of Lemnos

Preparations for Gallipoli- allied soldiers landing, early 1915 on the island of Lemnos

Practicing in Greece before the real Gallipoli landing- which didn't go quite so well- April 1915

Anzac troops practicing their Gallipoli landing at Mudros, Greece.

Infantry from the British Royal Naval Division in training on the Greek island of Lemnos during the Battle of Gallipoli, 1915. Men of the Royal Naval Division leaving the trenches in Gallipoli to attack the Turk with cold steel. On the extreme left the officer is seen leading the attack, while the hills in the background are typical of the difficult country to be traversed before Constantinople falls to Allies.Before and contemporary with Marines, many navies had Infantry like Naval…

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