Hellas Memorial
Hellas Memorial
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Neil R
Witham, UK84 contributions
Jun 2015
Depends on your reasons for visiting on how you see this but for me it was excellent....very well kept as always with CWGC sites with incredible views to take in whilst you reflect. For me, I went to see my Great Grand Uncles name on the memorial, 100 years to the day of his falling so it was especially poignant.
Written July 3, 2015
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StotheN
Stockholm, Sweden547 contributions
Jul 2021
Very sombre atmosphere despite the crowds here. Very close to the water and the sun shines well off the monument. Recommended for an early morning or late afternoon visit.
Written July 28, 2021
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ajd357
Cardiff, UK321 contributions
Sep 2019 • Couples
Mr Churchill in 1915, said that 50,000 men and some good ships would sort the troublesome Turks.
Well the Helles Memorial disproves those thoughts big time. The nearly 21,000 names recorded on the memorial of British and commonwealth troops who have no known grave, plus the thousands recorded at the likes of Loan Pine, Chunuk Bair and the Lancashire War Grave not far from Helles.
Churchill lost his job. The men remembered, their lives. A somber place but one which you have to visit. As you drive closer it’s size grows but only goes some way in remembering the sacrifices so many made during the Dardanelles campaign and the invasion of the Gallipoli peninsula.
Written September 20, 2019
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B d A
Athens, Greece925 contributions
Aug 2015 • Business
The grass-mower was diligently working and there was no soul in the area. A balanced obelisc-ed construction blending with and on what goes around. The inscriptions in marble pages are eloquent.
Written August 7, 2015
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junior1907
Istanbul, Türkiye188,889 contributions
Sep 2014 • Solo
While touring Gallipoli area to see the sights of the war we have also stopped by and visited Hellas Memorial.Looking at the names of the soldiers died during the war takes you away to a very much different world
Very much exciting to be present here and remember all those difficult days they had fougted.
Written September 7, 2014
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abercrb
Sussex UK168 contributions
Aug 2013 • Family
Gallipoli is often thought of as the battle of the ANZACs (the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) but British soliders also fought in the conflict and the Hellas Memorial is in memory of these soldiers.

Its a simple memorial, a white pinnacle with a square wall surrounding it containing the names of the service men and women who died in this battle.

We visited the site to find the name of our great grandfather William McCully. There was also a small museum not far away (a short drive) which allowed you to get a sense of what this battle was like and where it was fought.

We visited this on our tour around Western Turkey. If you want to see what else we did then you can read it at http://www.my-family-adventure-holiday-reviews.com/turkey/ or see my other trip advisor reviews.
Written September 8, 2013
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Karen B
Preston, UK949 contributions
Nov 2023 • Family
A must see monument to stupidity which includes two of my relatives who were caught up in this carnage. A superb thank you to CWGC for looking after everything and keeping the memorial so serene.
Written December 3, 2023
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tinkle_24
Northampton, UK1,749 contributions
Oct 2023 • Couples
A memorial to those who died in the Gallipoli conflict. Enlightening to know that many who died were not from ANZAC but from India. Several Gurkas died in the conflict too. Lovely setting.
Written October 15, 2023
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Daniel I
18 contributions
Aug 2018 • Family
Lesson of History and Fair Play! Bend to the memory of the heroes, no matter their nationality !
They all deserve a deep bow !
Written August 24, 2018
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elainehazelnut2018
Ankara, Türkiye25 contributions
Jun 2018 • Couples
The roll of honour leaves you feeling really sad. Also grateful that so many gave their lives for our freedom
Written June 19, 2018
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