Fenwick kept diaries throughout the Gallipoli campaign, describing appalling sights in graphic detail.
The Anzacs were crammed together in trenches, many of them sick, living on food that was often barely edible - yet they coped.
From jam-tin bombs to periscope rifles, the Anzacs' inventiveness knew no bounds.
Malthus described the desperate and dangerous conditions at the notorious Quinn’s Post.
Clear-headed and disciplined, Malone was determined to improve living conditions for the men in the trenches.
After a horrific battle, rotting bodies lay everywhere in the no-man's land betwen trenches. Both sides agreed on a ceasefire to clean up.
Both sides dug underground tunnels towards each other. It let them listen in to their enemy and lay hidden explosives.
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