Gallipoli Campaign – 1915-1916 Map of Turkey, Greece, and Middle East 1914-1944.Map of the Gallipoli peninsula.Map of Gallipoli invasion 1915.Troops of 29th Indian Infantry Brigade disembarkingIndian Sikh Soldiers in Gallipoli, Turkey, 1915.Indian Officers in Gallipoli.Sikhs repelling Turkish soldiers Suez Canal 1915Indian 10 pounder mountain gun and crew in Gallipoli. (Australian War Museum - C02073)Sikh soldier in a sandbaged gun implacement, Gallipoli, 1915.Indian troops in Gallipoli.Sikh soldiers in Gallipoli.Men of the 14th Sikhs, 29th Indian Infantry Brigade burying a comrades, killed by a bomb. Anzac Cove, Dec 191529th Indian Infantry Brigade in the trenches, Gallipoli, 1915Indian soldiers in a trench, Gallipoli, 1915Sikh soldiers of 29th Indian Infantry Brigade rest in a trench, probably in the Cape Helles area. They are armed with Short Magazine Lee Enfield Rifles (SMLE). Their brigade landed at Gallipoli on 1 May 1915Around 15,000 Indians served in the Dardanelles at various times during the campaign. Most of these men served with 29th Indian Brigade, the Indian Mountain Artillery Brigade and the Indian Mule Corps.29th Indian Infantry Brigade in the trenches, Gallipoli, 1915Gallipoli - contribution of the 14th Sikhs in the Third Battle of KrithiaIndian soldiers hauling a mounted gun up into position on Walker's Ridge, Gallipoli, Turkey, 1915.Indian bivouacs and soldiers on a hillside at Anzac Cove, 1915;Blandford with two Indians in Gallipoli.Dugouts of the Indian Mule Transport Company, Gallipoli, Turkey, 1915.Two wounded Indian Gurkha soldiers in Gallipol, Turkey, 1915.1st and 6th Gurkhas in the trenches at Gallipoli - 1915.