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* ART PRINT FROM MARK CHURMS' PRIVATE COLLECTION - UNSIGNED OPEN EDITION FINE ART PRINT (published by Cranston Fine Arts of Scotland). PRINTED ON QUALITY PAPER STOCK. This picture shows the British Lancashire Regiment, assaulting the beaches during the Gallipoli Campaign. The Gallipoli Campaign (February 1915 to January 1916) Instigated by Winston Churchill was planned to force the way through the Dardanelle's to link up with Russian Armies. The brunt of the fighting was done by the Australian and New Zealand (Anzac) forces who suffered heavy losses (total allied casualties 36,000 troops) against the Turkish forces defending the Dardanelle's. The campaign was one of the great failures of Word War I."