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Anzac Battlefield
A Gallipoli Landscape of War and Memory

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Tim Evans, Antonio Sagona, C. J. Mackie, Mithat Atabay, Reyhan Körpe, Sarah Midford, Ian McGibbon, Richard Reid, Muhammet Erat, Jessie Birkett-Rees, Michelle Negus Cleary, Simon Harrington, Abby Robinson
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  • Anzac Battlefield: A Gallipoli Landscape of War and Memory explores the transformation of Gallipoli's landscape in antiquity, during the famed battles of the First World War and in the present day. Drawing on archival, archaeological and cartographic material, this book unearths the deep history of the Gallipoli peninsula, setting the Gallipoli campaign in a broader cultural and historical context. The book presents the results of an original archaeological survey, the research for which was supported by the Australian, New Zealand and Turkish Governments. The survey examines materials from both sides of the battlefield, and sheds new light on the environment in which Anzac and Turkish soldiers endured the conflict. Richly illustrated with both Ottoman and Anzac archival images and maps, as well as original maps and photographs of the landscape and archaeological findings, Anzac Battlefield is an important contribution to our understanding of Gallipoli and its landscape of war and memory.

    • Explores the transformation of Gallipoli's landscape in antiquity, during the famed battles of the First World War and in the present day
    • Presents the results of an original archaeological survey, the research for which was supported by the Australian, New Zealand and Turkish governments
    • Richly illustrated with both Ottoman and Anzac archival images and maps, as well as original maps and photographs of the landscape and archaeological findings
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    • format: Adobe eBook Reader
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  • Table of Contents

    Foreword Tim Evans
    Introduction Antonio Sagona and C. J. Mackie
    1. Boundary and divide: some thoughts on the antiquity of the Dardanelles C. J. Mackie, Mithat Atabay, Reyhan Körpe and Antonio Sagona
    2. The Gallipoli campaign: history and legend Sarah Midford, Ian McGibbon, C. J. Mackie and Reyhan Körpe
    3. Recording the battlefield: first steps Richard Reid, Mithat Atabay, Muhammet Erat and Reyhan Körpe
    4. Capturing the battlefield: the story of mapping and air photography Jessie Birkett-Rees
    5. Battlefield archaeology: Gallipoli Antonio Sagona and Jessie Birkett-Rees
    6. Forming the Anzac battlefield Richard Reid and Ian McGibbon
    7. Forming the Ottoman battlefield Mithat Atabay, Reyhan Körpe and Muhammet Erat
    8. Artefacts from the battlefield Antonio Sagona, Jessie Birkett-Rees, Michelle Negus Cleary, Simon Harrington, Mithat Atabay, Reyhan Körpe and Muhammet Erat
    9. Remembering Gallipoli Richard Reid, Ian McGibbon and Sarah Midford
    10. Remembering Gallipoli from a Turkish perspective Mithat Atabay, Muhammet Erat and Reyhan Körpe
    Conclusion. The Anzac battlefield Richard Reid, C. J. Mackie, Jessie Birkett-Rees, Antonio Sagona and Michelle Negus Cleary
    Appendix. Anzac Gallipoli archaeological database Michelle Negus Cleary, Sarah Midford, Antonio Sagona, Jessie Birkett-Rees, Abby Robinson and Simon Harrington.

  • Editors

    Antonio Sagona, University of Melbourne
    Antonio Sagona is Professor of Archaeology at the University of Melbourne.

    Mithat Atabay, Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart Üniversitesi
    Mithat Atabay is Professor of Modern History at Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turkey.

    C. J. Mackie, La Trobe University, Victoria
    Christopher Mackie is Professor of Greek Studies at La Trobe University, Victoria.

    Ian McGibbon, Ministry of Culture and Heritage, Wellington
    Ian McGibbon was General Editor (War History) at the Ministry for Culture and Heritage in Wellington, New Zealand.

    Richard Reid, Department of Veteran Affairs
    Richard Reid was Senior Historian with the Department of Veterans' Affairs and the Australian War Memorial.

    Contributors

    Tim Evans, Antonio Sagona, C. J. Mackie, Mithat Atabay, Reyhan Körpe, Sarah Midford, Ian McGibbon, Richard Reid, Muhammet Erat, Jessie Birkett-Rees, Michelle Negus Cleary, Simon Harrington, Abby Robinson

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