War veterans wear their medals to remember their experiences and to honour those who died. The pictures show the sons of two men who fought at Gallipoli wearing their fathers’ medals.
A selection of the medals linked to the Gallipoli Campaign (Wikipedia). Left to right: the 1914-15 Star; the British War Medal; the Allied Victory Medal; the French ‘Dardanelles Commemorative Medal’; the Victoria Cross; the Red Cross Medal; and the Ottoman ‘Gallipoli Star’ (Harp Madalyası). The Victoria Cross and the Ottoman Star were awarded for bravery, the other medals were awarded for military (and medical) service.
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