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Gully Ravine (Paperback)

WWI Gallipoli Battlefield Guidebooks 1915

By Stephen Chambers
Imprint: Battleground
Series: Battleground Books: WWI
Pages: 176
ISBN: 9780850529234
Published: 6th June 2002
Last Released: 1st August 2007

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This book concentrated on Gully Ravine and its immediate area on the western side of the Helles battlefield, Gallipoli. Here trench fighting raged throughout the campaign, culminating in the battle of Gully Ravine between 28 June and 5 July 1915.

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 Stephen Chambers

About Stephen Chambers

Stephen is a freelance battlefield guide, author and researcher specialising in British military history, from the redcoats to khaki. His passion for military history and the battlefields has seen him visiting them since the 1980’s. He was wandering the WW1 battlefields of France & Flanders when the veterans were still numerous, having interviewed many of them over the years. He has guided tour groups since 2006, which began after a phone call from a major tour company who were short of guides, and since then he had caught the bug for guiding. However with a professional career in information security, battlefield guiding is currently a part-time vocation. Saying that in 2015 he spent 12 weeks on the battlefield guiding different groups, which included the general public, military groups and historical organisations. He works on a freelance basis for Battle Honours Ltd, and he has also led tours for Mat McLachlan Battlefield Tours (Australia) and Leger Holidays. He has guided tours, bespoke and scheduled, covering the Zulu War through to the Second World War. Stephen is a leading military historian on the Gallipoli campaign. His first book in the Battleground Europe series, Gallipoli - Gully Ravine (Pen & Sword 2002) had high acclaim, along with its follow-on volumes; Anzac The Landing (Pen & Sword 2008), Suvla: August Offensive (Pen & Sword 2011) and Anzac: Sari Bair (Pen & Sword 2014). British and commonwealth military history has continued to have been a successful theme, with Uniforms & Equipment of the British Army in World War One (Schiffer Books, 2005), the first serious work on the subject. His latest book, co-authored with Richard van Emden, is Gallipoli: The Dardanelles Disaster in Soldiers' Words and Photographs (Bloomsbury 2015). Stephen’s Battleground Europe guidebooks have all been translated in to Turkish. When not writing, Stephen is on the Battlefield, continuing his research and guiding groups. The best way to study a campaign is to walk in the footsteps of those involved, whether in the grasslands of Zululand, the mud of Flanders or the beaches of Normandy. His expertise is in what he calls the ‘Redcoats to Khaki’ period, in particular the Anglo-Zulu War, Sudan, Boer War, First World War and the Second World War. Stephen is currently a Trustee of the Gallipoli Association and is also a member of the Western Front Association and the Orders and Medals Research Society.

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https://redcoatandkhaki.com

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