On Land and Sea at the Dardanelles
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On Land and Sea at the Dardanelles

By T. C. (Thomas Charles) Bridges
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  • Our splendid Indian troops stood ready at Alexandria to embark for the Dardanelles.
  • ON LAND AND SEA
  • AT THE
  • DARDANELLES
    • T.C. BRIDGES
    • CONTENTS
    • LIST OF PHOTOGRAPHS
  • At the Dardanelles
    • CHAPTER I THE OPEN PORT
      • 'Ken flung himself on the signaller.'
    • 'Ken flung himself on the signaller.'
    • CHAPTER II THE LAST OF THE 'CARDIGAN CASTLE'
      • 'He sprang into the water.'
      • A friendly salute in passing.
      • The landing party at Sari Bair reached the beach covered by the fire of their own guns.
    • 'He sprang into the water.'
    • A friendly salute in passing.
    • The landing party at Sari Bair reached the beach covered by the fire of their own guns.
    • CHAPTER III THE LANDING
      • 'He drove his bayonet at a dark figure.'
    • 'He drove his bayonet at a dark figure.'
    • CHAPTER IV A RUSE OF WAR
      • Stores, horses, and munitions were being landed on V. beach.
      • Magnificent work was done by the landing parties in their advance inland.
      • '"How many are there of you in the pit?"'
    • Stores, horses, and munitions were being landed on V. beach.
    • Magnificent work was done by the landing parties in their advance inland.
    • '"How many are there of you in the pit?"'
    • CHAPTER V PROMOTION
      • '"My German friend isn't exactly in climbing trim."'
    • '"My German friend isn't exactly in climbing trim."'
    • CHAPTER VI GUNS!
      • '"Hurrah, a plane at last!" said Ken.'
    • '"Hurrah, a plane at last!" said Ken.'
    • CHAPTER VII 'LIZZIE' LETS LOOSE
      • '"'Tis only Lizzie opening the ball."'
      • Within No. 1 Fort at Cape Helles in the Dardanelles.
      • Tired out, the soldier was sleeping on a bed of live shells.
    • '"'Tis only Lizzie opening the ball."'
    • Within No. 1 Fort at Cape Helles in the Dardanelles.
    • Tired out, the soldier was sleeping on a bed of live shells.
    • CHAPTER VIII THE HUNTERS HUNTED
      • 'The strain on Ken's arms was awful.'
    • 'The strain on Ken's arms was awful.'
    • CHAPTER IX THE BATTLE BY ROCKS
      • Tins and barbed wire are cut up in the Dardanelles as 'filling' for bombs.
      • Our gallant bluejackets cheered the return of the triumphant submarine after her wonderful achievement.
      • 'A rock avalanche was roaring down the steep.'
    • Tins and barbed wire are cut up in the Dardanelles as 'filling' for bombs.
    • Our gallant bluejackets cheered the return of the triumphant submarine after her wonderful achievement.
    • 'A rock avalanche was roaring down the steep.'
    • CHAPTER X PRISONERS
      • 'Roy brought them down on the man's head.'
    • 'Roy brought them down on the man's head.'
    • CHAPTER XI THE FIRING PARTY
      • 'All, even Henkel, glanced upwards.'
    • 'All, even Henkel, glanced upwards.'
    • CHAPTER XII ABOVE THE NARROWS
      • "That's either Fort Degetman or Kalis Bahr."
      • Our boys bring in a Turkish sniper, who by the ample use of foliage has turned himself into a sort of Jack-in-the-Green.
      • Reinforcements of Turkish artillery and machine gun batteries to bar the passage of our boys in khaki.
    • "That's either Fort Degetman or Kalis Bahr."
    • Our boys bring in a Turkish sniper, who by the ample use of foliage has turned himself into a sort of Jack-in-the-Green.
    • Reinforcements of Turkish artillery and machine gun batteries to bar the passage of our boys in khaki.
    • CHAPTER XIII THE SWEEPERS
      • '"She's leaking like a sieve."'
      • When the men return from the trenches, they find sea-bathing most pleasant.
      • French and British sailors are friends in play-time as in war-time.
    • '"She's leaking like a sieve."'
    • When the men return from the trenches, they find sea-bathing most pleasant.
    • French and British sailors are friends in play-time as in war-time.
    • CHAPTER XIV G 2
      • '"Hallo! Hallo! Who's that?"'
    • '"Hallo! Hallo! Who's that?"'
    • CHAPTER XV KEN MEETS AN OLD FRIEND
      • 'Ken sprang over.'
    • 'Ken sprang over.'
    • CHAPTER XVI TACKLING THE TROOPER
      • 'A black-browed officer came to the rail.'
      • 'Ken's hand gripped that of father.'
    • 'A black-browed officer came to the rail.'
    • 'Ken's hand gripped that of father.'
    • CHAPTER XVII THE BOARDING PARTY
      • 'On every side revolvers were cracking.'
    • 'On every side revolvers were cracking.'
    • CHAPTER XVIII RUNNING THE GAUNTLET
      • 'Up shot a sheet of crimson flame.'
    • 'Up shot a sheet of crimson flame.'
    • CHAPTER XIX IN THE NICK OF TIME
      • 'The deck-house melted in a shower of splinters.'
    • 'The deck-house melted in a shower of splinters.'
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