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1 ~ LONrON, May 17. Meeeagea Irorn a special c respondent supply details of the battle in Gallipoii. The Au-tralasianß heroifm is unique in the history of modern war. Their losses were solely due to their irresistable dash.

(called, I beiieve, the Gate of Hell) one sees a second lighthouse, some forts and barraoks and just beside these hundreds of bell tents 1 shelterings force which is garrisoning this [part of the world. A native village ocoupiea i the shore linn. For come hours after entering tba sea we passed email intends, chief of whioh were twelve called the Twelve Apost Us, and the Catamarans. It ie now a daily oooarrence to pass ac many ac ten or twel>e ships. @> Wβ are going to the Suez as a garrison. From the trend of events of late, we ehall in all probability be used to garrison the Dar danelles, ia whioh case we have a very fair chance of seeing some fighting pretty soon. A Marconigram tells us cf the loss of the "Irresistible" "Ooeari." and "Bouvet," which seem to have bedn doing great work there;

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THE DARDANELLES., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3460, 18 May 1915

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THE DARDANELLES. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3460, 18 May 1915

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