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  http://www.worldwar1.com/

The mother of all WWI websites : absolute top quality, as well for its contents as for the presentation.

  http://www.lib.byu.edu/~rdh/wwi/

"The WWI document Archive" : lots of links, primary documents and general info about WW I

  http://www.surfline.ne.jp/3dolans/Anzac%20Pages/Index.html

Bryn Dolan's work of 12 years : "ANZACs : Officers of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps Killed at Gallipoli. "

  http://www.cimm.jcu.edu.au/hist/aif/gallip.htm

"Pictures of health : Gallipoli. A site that focuses on medical topics, but gives a lot of general information.

http://www.geocities.com/Pentagon/8839/index.html

               A site by Bali Fergusson about the Australian army in WWI and WWII.

http://www.megaltd.com.tr/gallipoli/

 A site by Sinan Sezer about Gully Ravine / Zigindere, the 1/5th Norfolks and the AE2   in English  AND Turkish.

  

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A large site by Steve Conway about Australia at war, not limited to WWI alone.

Bol.gif (963 bytes) http://www.lighthorse.org.au/default.htm

Everything you ever wanted to know about the Australian Light Horse units.

  

Bol.gif (963 bytes) http://users.netconnect.com.au/~ianmac/gallipol.html

Ian MacFarlane's Gallipoli pages with maps, pics and a special page about the Nek, belonging to the Defending Victoria initiative.

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