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Monday, 25 April 2005
The Battle of Anzac Cove, Turkish OC of 1/33 IR diary up until his death, 30 April 1915, Part 1
Topic: Tk - Bks - 1/33IR

The Battle of Anzac Cove

Turkish OC of 1/33 IR diary up until his death, 30 April 1915

Part 1

 

 
Diary, page 1. 

Extract from a diary found on a dead Turkish Officer, the major commanding 1st Battalion, 33rd Infantry Regiment, Gallipoli, 30 April 1915.

 

Extracts from a diary found on a dead Turkish Officer

(Major Commanding 1st Battalion 33rd Regiment)

South West of Nojacre 27 April 1915


At 8pm the battalion in connection with the Regiment advanced to the reserve lines. I received orders to make a vigorous attack on the enemy with the 72nd Regiment which was the first line in support. Though the attack was to be general on the whole front, the officer commanding the 72nd Regiment signalled to me he was not able to reinforce the right and left wings, as a result of the incomplete attack the three companies of our Battalion were told to extend in line, and attack in open order: although both officers and men rushed forward to take the enemy's position, no one was able to locate it, and our men continued to advance but these movements were impeded by some pine trees and a number of officers and NCO's. In this way the companies, which were already short of reinforcements, however our men loved to use the bayonet, advanced continuously but at the moment, when they were about to drive the enemy into the sea, it was impossible to stop the fusillade. This caused the belief that our men were firing on each other and there was a moment of confusion. The enemy as shown the sketch occupied several hills and it was impossible to fire on them without exposing ourselves to a flanking line. Orders were given to withdraw to a distance of 250 to 300 metres.

 

This diary came into the hands of the defending Australian soldiers at Gallipoli. It gives an extraordinary insight into the actions of the Turkish forces in their efforts to repel the Anzac invasion.

 

Previous: Turkish OC of 1/33 IR diary up until his death, 30 April 1915

Next: Turkish OC of 1/33 IR diary up until his death, 30 April 1915, Part 2

 

Further Reading:

Turkish OC of 1/33 IR diary up until his death, 30 April 1915

The Battle of Anzac Cove, Gallipoli, 25 April 1915

1/33rd IR Roll of Honour, April 1915  

The Battle of Anzac Cove, Gallipoli, 25 April 1915, Turkish Roll of Honour

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: The Battle of Anzac Cove, Turkish OC of 1/33 IR diary up until his death, 30 April 1915


Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Tuesday, 6 April 2010 1:43 PM EADT
The Battle of Anzac Cove, Map detailing the placement of 1/33 IR, 25 April 1915
Topic: Tk - Bks - 1/33IR

The Battle of Anzac Cove

Turkish OC of 1/33 IR diary up until his death, 30 April 1915

Placement of 1/33 IR, 25 April 1915, Part 1

 

[Click over the map for a larger version] 

 

To trace the movement of the 1st Battalion, 33rd Infantry Regiment, 11th Division, the starting place is just south of Kumkale in Anatolia.  At the little town called Pinarbasi the 11th Infantry Division had its Headquarters and the 1st Battalion remained with other battalions of the Regiment. Care must be taken here as this Pinarbasi is not the major regional town of the same name in the east of Anatolia. The above map gives the location of the forces around Kumkale before the dawn attack of the Allies on 25 April 1915.

 

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Next: Turkish OC of 1/33 IR diary up until his death, 30 April 1915, Part 2 

 

Further Reading:

Turkish OC of 1/33 IR diary up until his death, 30 April 1915

The Battle of Anzac Cove, Gallipoli, 25 April 1915

1/33rd IR Roll of Honour, April 1915  

The Battle of Anzac Cove, Gallipoli, 25 April 1915, Turkish Roll of Honour

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: The Battle of Anzac Cove, Map detailing the placement of 1/33 IR, 25 April 1915, Part 1


Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Monday, 5 April 2010 6:34 PM EADT
2nd Light Horse Signal Troop, AIF, Embarkation Roll, 11th Reinforcement
Topic: AIF - 2B - 2 Sig Trp

2nd LH Sig Trp, AIF

2nd Light Horse Signal Troop

Embarkation Roll, 11th Reinforcement

 

HMAT A38 Ulysses

 

2nd Light Horse Signal Troop, AIF, 11th Reinforcement, embarked from Melbourne, Victoria on board HMAT A38 Ulysses 27 October 1915.

The HMAT A38 Ulysses weighed 14,499 tons with an average cruise speed of 14 knots or 25.92 kmph. It was owned by the China Mutual SN Co, London, and leased by the Commonwealth until 15 August 1917.

The ensuing individual soldier's embarkation information contains the following details:

Rank on embarkation;

Full name of the soldier

Declared age of the soldier;

The last occupation held;

The last address as a civilian;

Enlistment Date; and,

Fate.

 

Finding more about a service person.

See: Navigating the National Archives Service File 

 

Embarkation Roll

 

1682 Sapper Francis Arthur JONES, a 21 year old Civil servant from Seymour, Victoria. He enlisted on 25 August 1915; and at the conclusion of the war Returned to Australia, 26 July 1919.

 

1681 Sapper John Allen Grant STEWART, a 19 year old Clerk from Elsternwick, Victoria. He enlisted on 2 August 1915; and at the conclusion of the war Returned to Australia, 22 September 1919.

 

Previous:  10th Reinforcement

Next: 12th Reinforcement

 

Sources Used:

National Archives Service File.

Embarkation Roll, AWM8, Class 10, Light Horse.

Nominal Roll, AWM133, Nominal Roll of Australian Imperial Force who left Australia for service abroad, 1914-1918 War.

Collected Records of Steve Becker.

 

Acknowledgement: Many thanks to Steve Becker who provided much of the raw material that appears in this item.

 

Further Reading:

2nd Light Horse Signal Troop, AIF

2nd Light Horse Signals Troop, Roll of Honour

Light Horse Signal Service, AIF

Light Horse Signal Service, AIF, Roll of Honour

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: 2nd Light Horse Signal Troop, AIF, Embarkation Roll, 11th Reinforcement

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Monday, 15 March 2010 1:44 PM EADT
The Battle of Anzac Cove, Gallipoli, 25 April 1915, Turkish Roll of Honour
Topic: Tk - Army

The Battle of Anzac Cove

Gallipoli, 25 April 1915

Turkish Roll of Honour

 

Çanakkale Martyr's Memorial
 
[Photo by Jll.]

 

The Roll of Honour contains the names of all the men known to have served at Gallipoli and gave their lives in service of the Ottoman Empire on or about 25 April 1915. The names are compiled from the Turkish Book of Martyrs commonly known as Sehitlerimiz

 

Roll of Honour

 

ABDULLAH, the son of AHMET, 17 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 10 Company.

ABDULLAH, the son of AHMET, 125 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 4 Company.

ABDULLAH, the son of DAVUT, 32 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 5 Company.

ABDULLAH, the son of HACI MEHMET, 15 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 1 Company.

ABDURRAHMAN, the son of BORAZAN MEHMET, Unknown Regiment, Unknown Battalion, Unknown Company.

ABDURRAHMAN, the son of POYRAZ MEHMET, 47 Regiment, 2 Battalion, Unknown Company.

ADİL, the son of HACI AHMET, 10 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 4 Company.

AHMET, the son of AHMET, 33 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 2 Company.

AHMET, the son of AHMET, 127 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 2 Company.

AHMET, the son of AHMET, 127 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 2 Company.

AHMET, the son of ALİ, 127 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 2 Company.

AHMET, also known as “Hasan Hoca Oğullari” , the son of HÜSEYİN EFENDİ, Unknown Regiment, Unknown Battalion, Unknown Company.

AHMET, the son of İBRAHİM, 127 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 4 Company.

AHMET, the son of İBRAHİM ÇAVUŞ, 127 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 2 Company.

AHMET, the son of İSMAİL, 10 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 3 Company.

AHMET, the son of MAHMUT, 125 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 8 Company.

AHMET, also known as “Beyli Oğullarindan” , the son of MEHMET, Unknown Regiment, 6 Battalion, 1 Company.

AHMET, the son of MEHMET, 32 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 2 Company.

AHMET, the son of MEHMET, 10 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 3 Company.

AHMET, the son of MEHMET ALİ, 15 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 3 Company.

AHMET, the son of MELEN, 25 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 4 Company.

AHMET, the son of MUSTAFA, 161 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 1 Company.

AHMET, also known as “Jandarma Hüseyin Damadi” , the son of SAİT, 127 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 2 Company.

AHMET, the son of SALİM, 10 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 4 Company.

AKİF, the son of SÜLEYMAN, 10 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 4 Company.

ALİ, also known as “Konyali Oğullari” , the son of AHMET, Unknown Regiment, Unknown Battalion, Unknown Company.

ALİ, the son of AHMET, 19 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 1 Company.

ALİ, the son of İBRAHİM, 70 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 1 Company.

ALİ, the son of İBRAHİM, 10 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 4 Company.

ALİ, the son of İSMAİL, 10 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 4 Company.

ALİ, the son of İSMAİL, 21 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 1 Company.

ALİ, the son of MEHMET, 80 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 3 Company.

ALİ, the son of MEHMET, 11 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 10 Company.

ALİ, the son of MEHMET, 57 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 12 Company.

ALİ, the son of MEHMET EMİN, Unknown Regiment, Unknown Battalion, 19 Company.

ALİ, the son of MUSTAFA, 32 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 7 Company.

ALİ, the son of SATILMIŞ, 15 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 4 Company.

ALİ RIZA, the son of HACI HAKKI, 21 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 9 Company.

ALİ RIZA, the son of HÜSEYİN, 11 Regiment, 4 Battalion, 14 Company.

ARİF, the son of MÜSLİM, 70 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 10 Company.

AZİZ, the son of MEHMET, 127 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 2 Company.

AZİZ, the son of MUSTAFA, Unknown Regiment, 4 Battalion, 3 Company.

 

BEKİR, the son of MEHMET, Unknown Regiment, 6 Battalion, 1 Company.

 

CAFER, also known as “Durmuş Oğullarindan” , the son of MUSA, 125 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 4 Company.

CELALEDDİN, also known as “Bali” , the son of İBRAHİM, 56 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 7 Company.

CEMAL HÜSEYİN, the son of HASAN, 15 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 3 Company.

 

DURMUŞ, the son of MÜSLÜM, 64 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 9 Company.

DURSUN, the son of ALİ, 32 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 11 Company.

 

ESAT, the son of HASAN, 17 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 4 Company.

EYÜP, also known as “Hüsam Oğullarindan” , the son of ALİ, 22 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 8 Company.

 

FERHAT AĞA, the son of AHMET, 14 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 2 Company.

FETTAH, the son of ALİ, 56 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 11 Company.

 

HABİP, the son of HASAN, 11 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 11 Company.

HACI HÜSEYİN, the son of ABDULLAH, 16 Regiment, 2 Battalion, Unknown Company.

HALİL, the son of AHMET, 20 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 8 Company.

HALİL, the son of DELİ MEHMET, 127 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 2 Company.

HALİL, also known as “Topçu Oğullari” , the son of HÜSEYİN, 33 Regiment, 1 Battalion, Unknown Company.

HALİL, also known as “Karaca Oğullari” , the son of İBRAHİM, 56 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 8 Company.

HALİL, the son of İSMAİL, 22 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 3 Company.

HALİL, the son of İSMAİL, 127 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 3 Company.

HALİL, also known as “Bakici Oğullari” , the son of MAHLİ, Unknown Regiment, 6 Battalion, 1 Company.

HALİL, the son of MEHMET, 19 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 6 Company.

HALİL, also known as “Kara Osman” , the son of OSMAN, 22 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 4 Company.

HALİL, the son of OSMAN, 10 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 4 Company.

HALİL İBRAHİM, the son of AHMET, 127 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 3 Company.

HAMİD, the son of İDRİS, 127 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 4 Company.

HASAN, the son of ABDULLAH, 57 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 2 Company.

HASAN, the son of AHMET, 56 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 12 Company.

HASAN, the son of AHMET, 127 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 3 Company.

HASAN, also known as “Demirci” , the son of ALİ, 19 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 1 Company.

HASAN, the son of ALİ, 11 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 11 Company.

HASAN, the son of HALİL, 71 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 2 Company.

HASAN, the son of HASAN, 57 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 4 Company.

HASAN, the son of HÜSEYİN, 10 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 4 Company.

HASAN, the son of HÜSEYİN, 57 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 4 Company.

HASAN, also known as “Tortum Oğlu” , the son of İSMAİL, 71 Regiment, 2 Battalion, Unknown Company.

HASAN, the son of İSMAİL, 71 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 3 Company.

HASAN, the son of MEHMET, 24 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 3 Company.

HASAN, the son of MEHMET, 57 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 3 Company.

HASAN, the son of MEHMET, 127 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 3 Company.

HASAN, the son of MUSTAFA, 15 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 8 Company.

HASAN, the son of MUSTAFA, 127 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 3 Company.

HASAN, the son of SÜLEYMAN, 32 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 12 Company.

HASAN, the son of SÜLEYMAN, 32 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 12 Company.

HASAN, the son of YUSUF, 11 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 10 Company.

HAŞİM, the son of MUSTAFA, 32 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 9 Company.

HİLMİ, the son of MEHMET, 125 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 1 Company.

HÜSEYİN, the son of ABDULLAH, 127 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 3 Company.

HÜSEYİN, also known as “Imam Oğullarindan” , the son of AHMET, 24 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 4 Company.

HÜSEYİN, the son of AHMET, 127 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 3 Company.

HÜSEYİN, the son of ALİ, 57 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 1 Company.

HÜSEYİN, also known as “Deliömer Oğullarindan” , the son of HALİL, 24 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 4 Company.

HÜSEYİN, also known as “Topal Seyit Oğullari” , the son of HASAN, 70 Regiment, 2 Battalion, Unknown Company.

HÜSEYİN, also known as “Adem Ismail Oğullari” , the son of İSMAİL, 126 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 4 Company.

HÜSEYİN, the son of MEHMET, 24 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 3 Company.

HÜSEYİN, the son of MUSTAFA, 71 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 3 Company.

HÜSEYİN, the son of MUSTAFA, 127 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 2 Company.

HÜSEYİN, also known as “Durmuş Oğullarindan” , the son of OSMAN, 70 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 10 Company.

HÜSEYİN, the son of TIRNOVALI HALİL, 57 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 9 Company.

HÜSEYİN İPEK, the son of ABDİL, 47 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 8 Company.

 

İBİŞ, the son of HALİL, 10 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 4 Company.

İBRAHİM, also known as “Horoz” , the son of ALİ CAN, 127 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 3 Company.

İBRAHİM, the son of EMİN, 19 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 5 Company.

İBRAHİM, the son of HACI HÜSEYİN, 57 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 10 Company.

İBRAHİM, also known as “Kara” , the son of MEHMET, 56 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 8 Company.

İBRAHİM, the son of MEHMET, 38 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 4 Company.

İBRAHİM, the son of MEHMET, 6 Regiment, 16 Battalion, 3 Company.

İDRİS, also known as “Haciahmet Oğullarindan” , the son of HASAN, 154 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 16 Company.

İSMAİL, the son of ALİ, 57 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 1 Company.

İSMAİL, also known as “Arbavut Oğullarindan” , the son of HASAN, 57 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 7 Company.

İSMAİL, also known as “Arnavut Oğullari” , the son of HASAN, 57 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 7 Company.

İSMAİL, the son of HASAN, 39 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 10 Company.

İSMAİL, the son of HASAN, 124 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 12 Company.

İSMAİL, the son of HÜSEYİN, 127 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 2 Company.

İSMAİL, the son of İBRAHİM, 127 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 4 Company.

İSMAİL, the son of LATİF, 10 Regiment, 3 Battalion, Unknown Company.

İSMAİL, the son of MEHMET, 2 Regiment, Unknown Battalion, 1 Company.

İSMAİL, the son of NAZİF, 12 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 9 Company.

 

KADİR, the son of HASAN, 17 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 4 Company.

KAMİL, the son of HÜSEYİN, 70 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 1 Company.

KAMİL, the son of MEHMET, 27 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 3 Company.

 

MAHMUT, also known as “Soğuk Oğullari” , the son of EZMAF, 16 Regiment, 2 Battalion, Unknown Company.

MAHMUT ALİ, the son of İSMAİL, 127 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 3 Company.

MEDYADİ, the son of PETRİSİD, 15 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 2 Company.

MEHMET, the son of ABDULLAH, Unknown Regiment, Unknown Battalion, 19 Company.

MEHMET, also known as “Çapik Oğullarindan” , the son of AHMET, 57 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 3 Company.

MEHMET, also known as “Mustafa Paşa” , the son of AHMET, 56 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 7 Company.

MEHMET, the son of AHMET, 19 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 1 Company.

MEHMET, the son of ALİ, 70 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 12 Company.

MEHMET, the son of ARİF, 10 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 4 Company.

MEHMET, also known as “Totoz Oğullari” , the son of BOZO, Unknown Regiment, 6 Battalion, 1 Company.

MEHMET, the son of HACI AHMET, 21 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 9 Company.

MEHMET, the son of HALİL, 32 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 8 Company.

MEHMET, the son of HASAN, 56 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 11 Company.

MEHMET, the son of HASAN, 10 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 5 Company.

MEHMET, the son of HASAN, 13 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 8 Company.

MEHMET, the son of HÜSEYİN, 11 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 2 Company.

MEHMET, the son of HÜSEYİN, 31 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 5 Company.

MEHMET, the son of İBRAHİM, 10 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 2 Company.

MEHMET, the son of İBRAHİM, 127 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 4 Company.

MEHMET, the son of MEHMET, 125 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 2 Company.

MEHMET, the son of MEHMET, 17 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 3 Company.

MEHMET, the son of MEHMET, 57 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 3 Company.

MEHMET, the son of MUSTAFA, 16 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 1 Company.

MEHMET, the son of MUSTAFA, 33 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 3 Company.

MEHMET, the son of MUSTAFA, 127 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 2 Company.

MEHMET, also known as “Ömer Oğullari” , the son of ÖMER, 127 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 2 Company.

MEHMET, also known as “Gölsöz Oğullari” , the son of OSMAN, 127 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 2 Company.

MEHMET, the son of OSMAN, 70 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 9 Company.

MEHMET, also known as “Salihefendi Oğullari” , the son of RIZA , 35 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 3 Company.

MEHMET, the son of ŞABAN, 22 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 8 Company.

MEHMET, the son of SÜLEYMAN, 15 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 6 Company.

MEHMET, the son of TAHİR, 16 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 4 Company.

MEHMET ALİ, the son of ABDULLAH, 10 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 4 Company.

MEHMET ALİ, the son of HACI MEHMET, 127 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 2 Company.

MEHMET ALİ, the son of MAHMUT, 47 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 8 Company.

MEHMET ALİ, also known as “Haciibrahim Oğullari” , the son of MEHMET, 127 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 2 Company.

MEHMET ALİ, also known as “Tor Oğullari” , the son of MEHMET, Unknown Regiment, Unknown Battalion, Unknown Company.

MEHMET KAMİL, the son of OSMAN, 10 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 2 Company.

MEVLÜT, the son of HASAN, 125 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 3 Company.

MEVLÜT, the son of HASAN, 124 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 7 Company.

MUSA, the son of AHMET, Unknown Regiment, Unknown Battalion, Unknown Company.

MUSA, also known as “Haci Ibrahim Oğullari” , the son of MUSTAFA, 127 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 4 Company.

MUSA, the son of MUSTAFA, 127 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 3 Company.

MUSTAFA, also known as “Samanci Oğullari” , the son of AHMET, 125 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 1 Company.

MUSTAFA, the son of ALAATTİN, 124 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 5 Company.

MUSTAFA, the son of ALİ, 27 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 1 Company.

MUSTAFA, the son of ALİ, 70 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 9 Company.

MUSTAFA, the son of ALİ, 22 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 3 Company.

MUSTAFA, the son of ALİ, 10 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 4 Company.

MUSTAFA, the son of HALİL İBRAHİM, 39 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 6 Company.

MUSTAFA, the son of HASAN, 15 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 4 Company.

MUSTAFA, also known as “Hamidiyeli” , the son of İBRAHİM, Unknown Regiment, Unknown Battalion, Unknown Company.

MUSTAFA, also known as “Imam” , the son of MEHMET, 56 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 1 Company.

MUSTAFA, the son of MEHMET, 17 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 4 Company.

MUSTAFA, the son of MEHMET, 57 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 1 Company.

MUSTAFA, the son of MEHMET, 127 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 2 Company.

MUSTAFA, the son of MEHMET ALİ, 19 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 3 Company.

MUSTAFA, the son of MEHMET ALİ, 18 Regiment, 4 Battalion, 3 Company.

MUSTAFA, the son of MUSTAFA, 18 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 1 Company.

MUSTAFA, the son of NURİ, 15 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 2 Company.

MUSTAFA, also known as “Davulcu Oğullari” , the son of OSMAN, Unknown Regiment, Unknown Battalion, Unknown Company.

MUSTAFA, the son of OSMAN, 70 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 10 Company.

MUSTAFA, the son of SALİH, 32 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 12 Company.

MUSTAFA, the son of SÜLEYMAN, 70 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 4 Company.

 

NEBİ, the son of AHMET, 10 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 1 Company.

 

ÖMER, also known as “Veli Oğullari” , the son of ABDULLAH, 45 Regiment, 2 Battalion, Unknown Company.

ÖMER, also known as “Solak Oğullari” , the son of AHMET, 127 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 4 Company.

ÖMER, the son of KASIM, 48 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 6 Company.

ÖMER, the son of MEHMET, 18 Regiment, 4 Battalion, 1 Company.

ÖMER, also known as “Kurukovaoğullarindan” , the son of MUSTAFA, 101 Regiment, Unknown Battalion, 8 Company.

ÖMER, the son of MUSTAFA, 27 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 6 Company.

ÖMER, the son of SADIK, 16 Regiment, 4 Battalion, 2 Company.

OSMAN, the son of ALİ, 21 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 7 Company.

OSMAN, the son of ALİ, 10 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 4 Company.

OSMAN, the son of İBRAHİM, 27 Regiment, 1 Battalion, Unknown Company.

OSMAN, the son of İLYAS, 127 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 4 Company.

OSMAN, the son of MEHMET, 71 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 1 Company.

OSMAN, the son of MEHMET, 127 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 3 Company.

OSMAN, the son of MUSTAFA, Unknown Regiment, 1 Battalion, 2 Company.

OSMAN, also known as “Haci Osman Oğullari” , the son of OSMAN, Unknown Regiment, Unknown Battalion, Unknown Company.

OSMAN, the son of OSMAN, 127 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 3 Company.

 

RAFİ, the son of ALİ, 39 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 5 Company.

RAŞİT, the son of ZEKERİYA, 13 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 11 Company.

RIFAT, also known as “Derebey Oğullarindan” , the son of MEHMET, 16 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 2 Company.

RIFAT, the son of MEHMET, 16 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 2 Company.

 

SADIK, the son of ABDULLAH, 16 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 2 Company.

SALİH, the son of KEL ARİF, 57 Regiment, 2 Battalion, Unknown Company.

SALİH, the son of SÜLEYMAN, 127 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 3 Company.

SATILMIŞ, also known as “Süleyman Oğullari” , the son of BEKİR, 127 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 2 Company.

SATILMIŞ, the son of HALİL, 46 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 5 Company.

ŞEFİK EFENDİ, the son of MEHMET TEVFİK, 21 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 1 Company.

ŞEFİK EFENDİ, the son of TEVFİK, 21 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 1 Company.

SELİM, the son of HASAN, 17 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 4 Company.

SELİM, the son of HÜSEYİN, 57 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 4 Company.

ŞERİF ALİ, the son of MUSTAFA, 33 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 2 Company.

SERVET, the son of NURİ ÇAVUŞ, 7 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 9 Company.

SEYDİ, the son of HÜSEYİN, 13 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 11 Company.

SEYİT ALİ, the son of İBRAHİM, Unknown Regiment, Unknown Battalion, 6 Company.

SIDKI, the son of ŞEVKİ, 15 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 9 Company.

SÜLEYMAN, the son of AHMET, 18 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 2 Company.

SÜLEYMAN, the son of AHMET, 127 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 4 Company.

SÜLEYMAN, the son of İBRAHİM, 21 Regiment, 3 Battalion, 11 Company.

 

TAHSİN, also known as “Ince Oğullarindan” , the son of ALİ, 50 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 1 Company.

 

VACİP, also known as “Pazarcikli” , the son of İSMAİL, 125 Regiment, 1 Battalion, 3 Company.

 

YUSUF, the son of MUSTAFA, 15 Regiment, 2 Battalion, 7 Company.

 

Lest We Forget

 

 

Further Reading:

Turkish Army 

The Battle of Anzac Cove, Gallipoli, 25 April 1915

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: The Battle of Anzac Cove, Gallipoli, 25 April 1915, Turkish Roll of Honour

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Monday, 5 April 2010 1:13 PM EADT
6th Bn, AIF, Roll of Honour, Joseph Rupert Balfe
Topic: BatzG - Anzac

6th Bn, AIF

6th Infantry Battalion, AIF

Roll of Honour

Joseph Rupert Balfe

 

Poppies on the Roll of Honour, Australian War Memorial, Canberra

 

Joseph Rupert Balfe

 

Joseph Rupert Balfe

Date of birth9 March 1890
Place of birthBrunswick, Victoria
SchoolUniversity High School, Melbourne, Victoria
Other trainingMatriculated, 1906; Senior Public, 1907; University of Melbourne, Victoria (Medicine, 5th yr)
OccupationMedical student
Address6 Barkley Street, Brunswick, Victoria
Marital statusSingle
Age at embarkation24
Next of kinFather, Mr Balfe, 6 Barkley Street, Brunswick, Victoria
Previous military serviceServed 4 years in University Rifles (Citizen Military Forces), Melbourne, Victoria. Attended Kilmore Camp, 1911, as Private; 1912, as Lance Corporal; Heidelberg Camp, 1913, as Sergeant; Bundoora Camp, 1914, as 2nd Lieutenant.
Enlistment date2 September 1914
Rank on enlistment2nd Lieutenant
Unit name6th Battalion, A Company
AWM Embarkation Roll number23/23/1
Embarkation detailsUnit embarked from Melbourne, Victoria, on board HMAT A20 Hororata on 19 October 1914
Rank from Nominal RollLieutenant
Unit from Nominal Roll6th Battalion
Promotions

Lieutenant
Unit: 6th Battalion
Promotion date: 3 February 1915

Other details from Roll of Honour Circular

Sergeant Collins reported: 'At Gaba Tepe 25/4/1915. Landing in the morning about 5.20 a.m., just reached beach and a bursting shell killed Balfe instantly. He was in command of B Coy. Came from Australia with informant on transport "Hororata" on 19th [October] 1914. Buried at Hillcrest - Shrapnel Gully - Gaba Tepe. Temporary cross erected. Dark complexion, about 25 years of age, thick set. From Victoria.' Base Records forwarded these details to Mr Balfe, 2 February 1921.

FateKilled in Action 25 April 1915
Place of death or wounding

Anzac Cove, Gallipoli, Turkey

The Battle of Anzac Cove, Gallipoli, 25 April 1915

Date of death25 April 1915
Age at death from cemetery records25
Place of burialNo known grave
Commemoration detailsThe Lone Pine Memorial (Panel 25), Gallipoli, Turkey

The Lone Pine Memorial, situated in the Lone Pine Cemetery at Anzac, is the main Australian Memorial on Gallipoli, and one of four memorials to men of the New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Designed by Sir John Burnet, the principal architect of the Gallipoli cemeteries, it is a thick tapering pylon 14.3 metres high on a square base 12.98 metres wide. It is constructed from limestone mined at Ilgardere in Turkey.

The Memorial commemorates the 3268 Australians and 456 New Zealanders who have no known grave and the 960 Australians and 252 New Zealanders who were buried at sea after evacuation through wounds or disease. The names of New Zealanders commemorated are inscribed on stone panels mounted on the south and north sides of the pylon, while those of the Australians are listed on a long wall of panels in front of the pylon and to either side. Names are arranged by unit and rank.

The Memorial stands over the centre of the Turkish trenches and tunnels which were the scene of heavy fighting during the August offensive. Most cemeteries on Gallipoli contain relatively few marked graves, and the majority of Australians killed on Gallipoli are commemorated here.

Panel number, Roll of Honour,
  Australian War Memorial
45
Miscellaneous information from
  cemetery records
Parents: Matthew and Sarah Balfe, 60 Sydney Road, Brunswick, Victoria, Australia
Other details

Born in Brunswick, Balfe attended Princes Hill State School before earning a scholarship to attend University High School. Rupert decided after High School that he would study medicine. He attended Melbourne University  for his degree and accomplished it. During his years at the University he played for the VFL Football Club.

He played Australian rules football for VFA Club Brunswick whilst enjoying athletics at University High. He played in a Grand Final with Brunswick against Footscray, along with his two brothers, Harold and Stan. Balfe, a wingman, broke his arm during the match and that turned the game, with Footscray winning by 24 points. When at Melbourne University, he became a classy footballer with the VFL/AFL side University, but due to studies he was limited. He played on 1 game in season 1909-1910, making his debut in 1909, but in 1911 he came back, and allowed for 6 more games, before ending a football career for athletics.

He had always been a great athlete, especially in field athletics. He was a High School champion athletics, winning the 100,200 and 400 yards handicaps, long jump, high jump and 120 yards hurdles. In 1913 he was runner-up in the Victorian long jump.

Debut - 15 May 1909, University vs. St Kilda, at Junction Oval

Team - University (1909,1911)

7 Games, 2 Goals

War service: Egypt, Gallipoli

Medals: 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal

War Grave Register notes BALFE, Lt. Joseph Rupert. 6th Bn. Killed in action 25th April, 1915. Age 25. Son of Matthew and Sarah Balfe, of 60, Sydney Rd., Brunswick, Victoria, Australia. 25.
Source

AWM145 Roll of Honour cards, 1914-1918 War, Army

All information sourced from the Australian War Memorial, ADFA Project, National Australian Archives and the Australian Light Horse Studies Centre.

Lest We Forget

 

Further Reading:

The Battle of Anzac Cove, Gallipoli, 25 April 1915

The Battle of Anzac Cove, Gallipoli, 25 April 1915, 6th Infantry Battalion, Roll of Honour

The Battle of Anzac Cove, Gallipoli, 25 April 1915, 2nd Infantry Brigade, Roll of Honour 

The Battle of Anzac Cove, Gallipoli, 25 April 1915, AIF, Roll of Honour 

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: 6th Bn, AIF, Roll of Honour, Joseph Rupert Balfe

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Monday, 12 April 2010 10:25 AM EADT

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