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'Great Britain is at War.'
The announcement came to Newfoundland out of a clear sky. Confirming
it, came the news of the assurances of loyalty from the different colonies,
expressed in terms of men and equipment. Newfoundland was not to be
outdone. Her population is a little more than two hundred thousand, and
her isolated position made garrisons unnecessary. Her only semblance of

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You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at Title: Gallipoli Diary, Volume I Author: Ian Hamilton Release Date: September 19, 2006 EBook #19317 Language: English Character set encoding: ISO-8859-1. START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK. Official History of Australia in the War of 1914–1918 - Volume Vol 2 Volume II – The Story of ANZAC from 4 May, 1915, to the evacuation of the Gallipoli Peninsula (11th edition, 1941) Author: C E W Bean P.909 The Australian force had lost in all 26,094 men in Gallipoli, and the New Zealanders 7,571; of the Australians 7,594 were killed, of. 'Gallipoli boat' is an episode of the Australian series 'National treasures'. The episode features Lifeboat 6, a small lifeboat that was retrieved from Gallipoli five years after it had landed at Anzac Cove. The boat is now held at the Australian W ar Memorial. Warren Brown describes the difficult conditions on the.

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military training was her city brigades. People remembered that in the Boer
War a handful of Newfoundlanders had enlisted in Canadian regiments,
but never before had there been any talk of Newfoundland sending a
contingent made up entirely of her own people and representing her as a
colony. From the posting of the first notices bearing the simple message,
'Your King and Country Need You,' a motley crowd streamed into the
armory in St. John's. The city brigades, composed mostly of young,
beautifully fit athletes from rowing crews, football and hockey teams,
enlisted in a body. Every train from the interior brought lumbermen, fresh
from the mills and forests, husky, steel-muscled, pugnacious at the most
peaceful times, frankly spoiling for excitement. From the outharbors and
fishing villages came callous-handed fishermen, with backs a little bowed
from straining at the oar, accustomed to a life of danger. Every day there
came to the armory loose-jointed, easy-swinging trappers and woodsmen,
simple-spoken young men, who, in offering their keenness of vision and
sureness of marksmanship, were volunteering their all.
It was ideal material for soldiers. In two days many more than the required
quota had presented themselves. Only five hundred men could be
prepared in time to cross with the first contingent of Canadians. Over a
thousand men offered. A corps of doctors asked impertinent questions
concerning men's ancestors, inspected teeth, measured and pounded
chests, demanded

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