Gallipoli photos saved by quick-thinking removalist





Dozens of World War I photographs, including some from Australia's Gallipoli campaign, have been saved by a quick-thinking removalist in Canada.

Max Madden, an Australian who operates a removalist business in Vancouver, was helping relocate Canadian man Trevor Pilley to a retirement home when he came across the historic black and white photos.

They were contained inside an album marked, "Dardanelles - Landing of Australians and New Zealanders at Anzac", which was in a pile of belongings to be sent to a consignment store for auction.

"I said, 'Look, these are pretty important, you probably shouldn't send them off to a consignment store and auction because your father may want to keep them," Mr Madden said....


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