'Uncensored Dardanelles' is a collection of memoirs written by Ellis Ashmead-Bartlett
during the First World War, and published in 1928.
Ellis Ashmead-Bartlett was one of the first British War correspondents
allowed to accompany an expedition to the frontline. On 1 April 1915 he was with
the troops who were about to land at Gallipoli. Ashmead-Bartlett became famous
for his reporting of the First World War in this area.
This book contains the full account of what Ashmead-Bartlett experienced in
the Dardanelles, some of which was previously censored or remained unpublished
until now. It includes chapters on the landing at Anzac and Cape Helles, the
fight for Achi Baba, the Suvla Bay offensive, the last dying efforts, and 'an
uncensored letter and my dismissal' ... and much more.
A captivating personal account giving a wonderful perspective on the war in
High quality scanned images of the whole of the original book. This CD has
been bookmarked for easy navigation, and pages can be searched, browsed,
enlarged and printed out if required.