The photographs of George Wilkins taken at Gallipoli, 1919.

Photographs and text courtesy Australian War Memorial

A view of Anzac Cove as it appeared in February, 1919. Debris in the foreground includes barbed wire and two water cans. Photograph taken on the Gallipoli Peninsula under the direction of Captain C E W Bean of The Australian Historical Mission, during the months of February and March, 1919.

 View of our Australian positions (left) on Gaba Tepe. Note the protective holes dug into the cliff at left. One of a series of photographs taken on the Gallipoli Peninsula under the direction of Captain C E W Bean of the Australian Historical Mission, during the months of February and March, 1919.

View of our Australian positions (left) on Gaba Tepe. Note the protective holes dug into the cliff at left. One of a series of photographs taken on the Gallipoli Peninsula under the direction of Captain C E W Bean of the Australian Historical Mission, during the months of February and March, 1919.

 Brown's Dip No 1 and No 2 cemeteries, looking west, No 2 the nearest, after the crosses had been erected by the Graves Registration Unit. Photograph taken on the Gallipoli Peninsula under the direction of Captain C E W Bean of the Australian Historical Mission, during the months of February and March, 1919.

Brown's Dip No 1 and No 2 cemeteries, looking west, No 2 the nearest, after the crosses had been erected by the Graves Registration Unit. Photograph taken on the Gallipoli Peninsula under the direction of Captain C E W Bean of the Australian Historical Mission, during the months of February and March, 1919.

 Lieutenant George Hubert Wilkins, an Australian Official Photographer, looking out through the window of the shell damaged village church at Vlamertinghe, near Ypres, upon the graves of many Australian soldiers who made the supreme sacrifice on the battle grounds of the Salient. Belgium: Flanders, West-Vlaanderen, Vlamertinghe. 3 October 1917.

Lieutenant George Hubert Wilkins, an Australian Official Photographer, looking out through the window of the shell damaged village church at Vlamertinghe, near Ypres, upon the graves of many Australian soldiers who made the supreme sacrifice on the battle grounds of the Salient. Belgium: Flanders, West-Vlaanderen, Vlamertinghe. 3 October 1917.

 A view of the military section of the graveyard in the village of Vlamertinghe, near Ypres. Seen here is Lieutenant George Hubert Wilkins, an Australian Official Photographer, inspecting the crosses, to each of which is affixed a name and identification tablet, inscribed, 'Here lies a British soldier, RIP'.

A view of the military section of the graveyard in the village of Vlamertinghe, near Ypres. Seen here is Lieutenant George Hubert Wilkins, an Australian Official Photographer, inspecting the crosses, to each of which is affixed a name and identification tablet, inscribed, 'Here lies a British soldier, RIP'.