Basset braved hails of bullets to lay telephone wires and enable battlefield communications.
After the battle of Chunuk Bair, many Anzac men's bodies were left where they lay - their clothes falling away, their bones drying.
Installing and maintaining telephone and telegraph lines at the front was difficult work, and sometimes deadly.
Māori soldiers yelled Te Rauparaha's famous 'ka mate' haka through the night, as they advanced on Sari Bair.
Shot through the neck, Carkeek knew the only way to reach an anchored hospital ship was crawl down to the beach.
Every Anzac soldier was needed for the attack on Sari Bair, no matter how sick or exhausted he was.
As the Turks closed in, Surgenor found himself the last man standing in a shallow trench.
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