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below as they are slightly different.
Aboriginal presence on Gallipoli
25 April 2017 Aboriginal Gallipoli
numbers have grown from 50 to 70. Researcher Michael Bell lists the
names of the Aboriginal soldiers at Gallipoli that he is aware of
Gallipoli: The Aboriginal Presence (indigenoushistories.com) 23 Apr 2015 In this blog post, Philippa
Scarlett reproduces the list of 56 soldiers of Aboriginal
descent who served at Gallipoli and includes
information about many of them.
blog posts include:
● More Aboriginal men at
Gallipoli (indigenoushistories.com) 27 May 2014 Includes a
list of 56 soldiers of Aboriginal descent who served at
Gallipoli. Blog contribution by Philippa Scarlett.
Aboriginal soldiers at
31 Mar 2014 This
State Library of Queensland blog presents a list of the known Aboriginal
and Torres Strait Islander soldiers who served at Gallipoli.
It is based mainly on the above lists.
Aboriginal ANZACs (Blog article) (Battlefield Tours 24 April
2008, archived from awm.gov.au)
"There are only five known Aboriginal servicemen buried at
Gallipoli, however, it is estimated that 500-800 Aboriginal diggers
served in the First World War." This blog article is now a
little out of date but a perusal of the comments section shows that even in
2008 many people had become intrerested in improving the amount of
information on Aboriginals who served at Gallipoli.