• On the enemy side, some 87,000 Turks were killed.
• Some 29,500 troops from Britain and Ireland were slaughtered.
• Deaths of troops from France were more than 12,000.
• Deaths of troops from Australia and New Zealand were 11,000.
By the start of 1916, Britain was aware that the Gallipoli campaign had been an atrocious military error, and all remaining Allied troops were withdrawn. To commemorate that sad centenary, the royal family took part in a ceremony yesterday at Sandringham.