Talk:List of Allied warships that served at Gallipoli

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Some notes on sources[edit]

Source of this list is the Allied Ships Engaged page at www.gallipoli-association.org. This list also appears at:

Three ships were misspelt; "HMS Abemone", "HMS Foxhouse" and "HMS Heiotrope", and the only place Google finds these spellings are on these three sites. I don't know which is the original.

I don't know how complete or accurate this list is. I have only added three RN ships; the Ben-my-Chree, Canning and M33 monitor. There were other M15 and M29 class monitors involved but I haven't worked out which yet.

I have checked the list from the following sources:

  1. Official History of Australia in the War of 1914-1918 Vols.I & II
  2. Gallipoli by Les Carlyon (completed)
  3. naval-history.net (completed)
  4. IWM Sea Power at Suvla PDF (completed)
  5. Images of Gallipoli : photographs from the collection of Ross J. Bastiaan by Peter Andreas Pedersen (completed)
  6. Gallipoli: A battlefield guide by Phil Taylor & Pam Cupper (completed)
  7. The ANZACS by Patsy Adam-Smith
  8. Battles of World War I by Martin Marix Evans
  9. The Gallipoli Campaign, Conference Proceedings, April 24-25, 2002
  10. Gallipoli, Alan Moorehead, 1956
  11. Gallipoli, Jonathon King & Michael Bowers, 2005

This table (will) show the sources in which I've found reference to the ship.

Ship Sources
HMS Ark Royal 1, 3, 4, 5, 6
HMS Ben-my-Chree 3, 5, 6
HMS Beryl No WWI-era ship known
HMS Abercrombie 5
HMS Agamemnon 1, 2, 3, 6
HMS Albion 1, 2, 3
HMS Amethyst 1, 2
HMS Anemone
HMS Arno 10
HMS Aster
HMS Bacchante 1
HMS Beagle 1, 6
HMS Blenheim
HMS Bulldog 6
HMS Canning 10, [1], [2]
HMS Canopus 1, 2
HMS Chatham 2, 10
HMS Chelmer 1
HMS Colne 1, 2, 4
HMS Cornwall
HMS Cornwallis 1, 2, 6, 10
HMS Dartmouth 1, 10
HMS Doris 1
HMS Dublin 6
HMS Earl of Peterborough 1
HMS Edgar
HMS Egmont
HMS Endymion 1
HMS Europa
HMS Euryalus 2, 5, 6
HMS Exmouth 11
HMS Foxhound 1
HMS Glory
HMS Goliath 2, 3, 5, 6
HMS Grafton 1, 2, 4
HMS Grampus 6
HMS Grasshopper
HMS Havelock 5
HMS Hector 4, 5, 10
HMS Heliotrope 1
HMS Heroic
HMS Hibernia
HMS Honeysuckle
HMS Humber 1
HMS Hussar 2
HMS Implacable 1, 5, 6
HMS Indefatigable article
HMS Indomitable article
HMS Inflexible 1, 2, 3, 5
HMS Irresistible 1, 2, 3, 6
HMS Jed 10
HMS Jonquil 1, 2, 10
HMS Kennet
HMS Kent
HMS Levant No WWI-era ship known
HMS London 1, 2
HMS Lord Nelson 1, 2, 3, 6
HMS Louis 3
HMS Lydiard
HMS Magnificent
HMS Majestic 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
HMS Manica 1, 4, 5
HMS Mars 1
HMS Minerva
HMS Mosquito
HMS Ocean 1, 2, 3, 6
HMS Partridge
HMS Phaeton 1, 2, 10
HMS Pincher 7
HMS Prince George 1, 2, 3, 10
HMS Prince of Wales 1, 2
HMS Queen 1, 2
HMS Queen Elizabeth 1, 2, 3, 5, 6
HMS Racoon 6
HMS Raglan 5, 10
HMS Rattlesnake 1
HMS Renard
HMS Ribble 1, 2, 7
HMS Roberts 5
HMS Russell
HMS Sapphire
HMS Scorpion 6
HMS Scourge 1
HMS Sir Thomas Picton 1
HMS Swiftsure 1, 2, 3, 5
HMS Talbot 1, 4
HMS Theseus 1
HMS Triad 2, 5, 6, 10
HMS Triumph 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
HMS Usk 1
HMS Venerable
HMS Vengeance 1, 2, 3, 6
HMS Wear 8, 10
HMS Wolverine 2, Personal account
AE2 2, 3, 6, many other places
B6 6
B11 2
E2 6
E7 3, 5, 6
E11 1, 3, 6
E14 1, 3, 6
E15 3, 6
E20 3, 6
M33
Askold 9, 10
Bouvet 1, 2, 3, 6
Charlemagne 1, 2, 10
Gaulois 1, 3
Henri IV 3, 6, 10
Masséna 3, 5
Saint Louis
Suffren 1, 2, 3
Jauréguiberry 3
Jeanne d'Arc 3
Latouche Tréville 3
Bernouilli
Joule 3, 6
Mariotte 3, 6
Saphir 3, 6
Turquoise 3, 6, 10

British battlecruisers[edit]

Indefatigable and Indomitable were not present during the 1915 campaign; they only bombarded Turkish fortifications in November 1914.--Sturmvogel 66 (talk) 02:47, 13 May 2013 (UTC)