Books & Websites
The Irish in Gallipoli
There is a growing body of work that explores the Irish experience of Gallipoli, as well as a number of books that were published in the years immediately following the campaign.
- Turtle Bunbury, The Glorious Madness. Tales of the Irish and the Great War (Dublin, 2014).
- Brian Cooper, The Tenth Irish Division in Gallipoli (London, 1920).
- Myles Dungan, Irish Voices from the Great War (Dublin, 1995).
- Henry Hanna, The Pals at Sulva Bay. Being a Record of D Company of the 7th Royal Dublin Fusiliers (Dublin, 1916).
- John Hargrave, At Sulva Bay (London, 1916)
- Jeff Kildea, Anzacs and Ireland (Cork, 2007).
- S.S. McCance, History of the Royal Munster Fusiliers (London, 1924).
- Kevin Myers, Ireland’s Great War (Dublin, 2014)
- Phillip Orr, Field of Bones. An Irish Division at Gallipoli (Dublin, 2006).
- Stephen Sanford, Neither Unionist Nor Nationalist. The 10th (Irish) Division in the Great War (Kildare, 2015).
- H.C. Wylly, Neill’s Blue Caps: The History of the Royal Dublin Fusiliers, Volume III, 1914-22 (Aldershot, 1924).
- Peter Doyle, Gallipoli 1915 (Stroud, 2011).
- Edward Erickson, Gallipoli: The Ottoman Campaign (Barnsley, 2010).
- Peter Fitzsimons, Gallipoli (London, 2015).
- Peter Hart, Gallipoli (Oxford, 2013).
- Carolyn Holbrook, Anzac: The Unauthorised Biography (New South Wales, 2014).
- Peter Liddle, The Gallipoli Experience Reconsidered (Barnsley, 2015).
- Robin Prior, Gallipoli: The End of the Myth (London, 2009).
- Nigel Steel and Peter Hart, Defeat at Gallipoli (London, 2002).
- Tim Travers, Gallipoli 1915 (London, 2009).