The Great War, I was there - Part 9

SHRAPNEL GULLY OF SINISTER MEMORIES A feature of the Gallipoli land­scape was its numerous gullies Shrapnel Gully, seen in this remarkable and little known photograph, was one of the wildest and ran between two hills covered with scrub. It was a famous spot on the Peninsula for the sheltering of reserves, but the Turks knew this, and it derived its ominous name from the frequent shelling to which it was subjected. At the head of it was“ Quinn’s Post,” which, as "Anzac in”states Chapter 66, fonned the key to the whole position. Ccnlral Press 338
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