how many men survived pickett's charge
Not many of them did in Gallipoli where they some did during winter while on the western and eastern front many soldiers got frostbite
3.2 million have survived this -kayla summer
More than 23,000 Australian soldiers died in ww2 against Germany!
how many anzacs survied gallipoli
14,000 new zealand soldiers went to Gallipoli
5,150 New Zealand's soldiers were wounded or missing in Gallipoli.
2,450 New Zealand soldiers were killed at Gallipoli, and 5,150 recorded as missing or wounded.
Gallipoli is a narrow peninsula of northwest Turkey extending between the Dardanelles and the Gulf of Saros. It was the scene of heavy fighting in1915 between Allied and Turkish forces in World War I. Many Australian soldiers died on the battlefield here.
Approximately 8500 Australian troops died at Gallipoli in 1915.
The term ANZAC was used for Australian soldiers during WW1 (there were also some NZ but not many and all were under Australian command). Probably the most notable fighting was Gallipoli and other major campaigns including Tobruk and Beersheba.