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List of cemeteries and memorials at Gallipoli
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List of cemeteries and memorials at Gallipoli

This is a list of all cemeteries and memorials erected following the Battle of Gallipoli in 1915 during World War I. There is one French cemetery, the remainder are Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemeteries containing the dead of Britain, Australia, New Zealand, India, Newfoundland and others.

Table of contents
1 Helles
2 Anzac
3 Suvla
4 Resources

Helles

; Cemeteries :

There is only one solitary Allied grave on the peninsula resulting from the campaign, that of Lieutenant Colonel Charles Doughty-Wylie. He was buried close to where he was killed during the capture of Seddülbahir on the morning of April 26, 1915.

; Memorials :

Anzac

; Cemeteries :

; Memorials :

Suvla

; Cemeteries :

; Memorials :

Resources

Gallipoli: A Battlefield Guide, Phil Taylor & Pam Cupper, 2000, ISBN 0731809831