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.
The Glorious Madness. Tales of the Irish and the Great War
The Tenth Irish Division in Gallipoli (London, 1920).
Myles Dungan, Irish Voices from the Great War (Dublin,
The Pals at Sulva Bay. Being a Record of D Company of the 7th
Royal Dublin Fusiliers
- John Hargrave, At Sulva Bay (London, 1916)
- Jeff Kildea, Anzacs and Ireland (Cork, 2007).
History of the Royal Munster Fusiliers (London, 1924).
Kevin Myers, Ireland’s Great War (Dublin, 2014)
Field of Bones. An Irish Division at Gallipoli (Dublin,
Neither Unionist Nor Nationalist. The 10th (Irish) Division in
the Great War
Neill’s Blue Caps: The History of the Royal Dublin
Fusiliers, Volume III, 1914-22
- Peter Doyle, Gallipoli 1915 (Stroud, 2011).
Edward Erickson, Gallipoli: The Ottoman Campaign (Barnsley,
- Peter Fitzsimons, Gallipoli (London, 2015).
- Peter Hart, Gallipoli (Oxford, 2013).
Carolyn Holbrook, Anzac: The Unauthorised Biography (New
South Wales, 2014).
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,
- Tim Travers, Gallipoli 1915 (London, 2009).