Gallipoli Diary, Volume 2
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Gallipoli Diary, Volume 2

By Sir Ian Hamilton
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Table of Contents
  • GALLIPOLI DIARY
  • SIR IAN HAMILTON, G.C.B.
    • AUTHOR OF "A STAFF-OFFICER'S SCRAP-BOOK," ETC.
      • WITH ILLUSTRATIONS AND MAPS
    • WITH ILLUSTRATIONS AND MAPS
    • IN TWO VOLUMES
    • VOL. II
  • CONTENTS
  • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
  • GALLIPOLI DIARY
  • CHAPTER XIII
    • K.'S ADVICE AND THE P.M.'S ENVOY
  • CHAPTER XIV
    • THE FORCE—REAL AND IMAGINARY
  • CHAPTER XV
    • SARI BAIR AND SUVLA
  • CHAPTER XVI
    • KAVAK TEPE ATTACK COLLAPSES
  • CHAPTER XVII
    • THE LAST BATTLE
  • CHAPTER XVIII
    • MISUNDERSTANDINGS
  • CHAPTER XIX
    • THE FRENCH PLAN
  • CHAPTER XX
    • LOOS AND SALONIKA
  • CHAPTER XXI
    • THE BEGINNING OF THE END
    • CORRESPONDENCE.
    • DECLARATION TO BE USED BY WAR CORRESPONDENTS.
    • FAREWELL ORDER BY GENERAL SIR IAN HAMILTON.
  • APPENDIX I
    • STATEMENT ON ARTILLERY BY BRIGADIER GENERAL SIR HUGH SIMPSON BAIKIE, EX-COMMANDER OF THE BRITISH ARTILLERY AT CAPE HELLES.
  • APPENDIX II
    • DARDANELLES EXPEDITION
      • Notes by Lieut.-Colonel Charles Rosenthal,[17] Commanding 3rd Australian Field Artillery Brigade, 1st Australian Division, relating to Artillery at Anzac, from 25th April to 25th August, 1915. (Compiled from personal diary.)
    • Notes by Lieut.-Colonel Charles Rosenthal,[17] Commanding 3rd Australian Field Artillery Brigade, 1st Australian Division, relating to Artillery at Anzac, from 25th April to 25th August, 1915. (Compiled from personal diary.)
  • APPENDIX III
    • SIR IAN HAMILTON'S INSTRUCTIONS.
      • TABLE A.
      • TABLE B.
      • Table showing Units and Details which it is required to Land at Anzac Cove on the Nights of August 3rd/4th, August 4th/5th and August 5th/6th.
      • TABLE C.
      • Table showing Units and Details which it is required to Land at New Beach during the Night of August 6th/7th, beginning one Hour after Dark (9.30 p.m.). All Troops will come from Imbros, but Horses will come direct except where otherwise stated.
      • TABLE D.
      • Table showing Units and Details which it is required to Land at Anzac Cove beginning at dawn August 7th. Order of Landing as shown. All these Troops will come from Mudros.
      • TABLE E.
      • Table showing Units to be ready to Land immediately after those shown in Tables A, B, C and D. Units will probably be required in the Order shown either at New Beach or Anzac Cove as circumstances may dictate.
      • General Officer Commanding, Australian and New Zealand Army Corps.
      • TABLE.
      • Organization Orders for Troops Landing at Anzac.
      • Establishments.
      • Instructions for G.O.C. 9th Army Corps.
    • TABLE A.
    • TABLE B.
    • Table showing Units and Details which it is required to Land at Anzac Cove on the Nights of August 3rd/4th, August 4th/5th and August 5th/6th.
    • TABLE C.
    • Table showing Units and Details which it is required to Land at New Beach during the Night of August 6th/7th, beginning one Hour after Dark (9.30 p.m.). All Troops will come from Imbros, but Horses will come direct except where otherwise stated.
    • TABLE D.
    • Table showing Units and Details which it is required to Land at Anzac Cove beginning at dawn August 7th. Order of Landing as shown. All these Troops will come from Mudros.
    • TABLE E.
    • Table showing Units to be ready to Land immediately after those shown in Tables A, B, C and D. Units will probably be required in the Order shown either at New Beach or Anzac Cove as circumstances may dictate.
    • General Officer Commanding, Australian and New Zealand Army Corps.
    • TABLE.
    • Organization Orders for Troops Landing at Anzac.
    • Establishments.
    • Instructions for G.O.C. 9th Army Corps.
  • APPENDIX.
    • Instructions for G.O.C. A. and N.Z. Army Corps.
    • FORCE ORDER No. 25.
    • Appendix to Force Order No. 25.
      • Embarkations.
      • Military Transport Officers.
      • Landing Places.
      • Beach Control Personnel.
      • General Instructions for Landing.
      • Ammunition.
      • Water.
      • Transport.
      • Supplies.
      • Medical.
    • Embarkations.
    • Military Transport Officers.
    • Landing Places.
    • Beach Control Personnel.
    • General Instructions for Landing.
    • Ammunition.
    • Water.
    • Transport.
    • Supplies.
    • Medical.
  • APPENDIX IV
    • INSTRUCTIONS TO MAJOR-GENERAL H. DE LISLE, C.B., D.S.O.
  • INDEX
    • FOOTNOTES:
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