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TRENCHING AT GALLIPOLI

THE PERSONAL NARRATIVE OF A NEWFOUNDLANDER WITH THE ILL-FATED DARDANELLES EXPEDITION By:
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TRENCHING AT GALLIPOLI
Alonzo John Gallishaw (St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, 1891 - 1968) was a Canadian author and teacher.
He studied at Harvard until the First World War broke out in 1914. At that point, aged 23, he returned to Canada and joined the Canadian army in Halifax and was assigned to the Cyclist Corps of the Second Division, Canadian Expeditionary Force. In March, 1915, he asked for and got a discharge, and on April 3 enlisted in the First Newfoundland regiment which was about to cross the Atlantic and join up with the British army.

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