|Anzac Beach—June 1915
Major Leslie Fraser Standish Hore, in civilian life a solicitor from Hobart, Tasmania, served with the 8th Australian Light Horse at Gallipoli. Arriving with a wave a reinforcements after the initial landings, he proved to be an effective combat leader and a talented war artist. Hore’s drawings reveal a personal view of Gallipoli through the eyes of a man sensitive to the beauty and drama off his surroundings and the tragedy of war.
|"June 1915"—Scenes of Indian Soldiers
|A French 75 Shell Fired by the Turks Detonates Nearby
|"The Morning After," Enemy Dead in No-Man's-Land
|Swimming Detail at Anzac