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In pictures: Gallipoli services

Queen at Anzac Day service

The Queen joined 2,000 people at Westminster Abbey to mark the 90th anniversary of the Gallipoli landings.

Queen at Anzac Day service

More than 100,000 soldiers were killed during the eight-month campaign in Turkey.

Queen at Anzac Day service

Among those who died during the bid to capture the Turkish capital were 21,000 British and Irish troops.

Prince Charles at Anzac Day service

Prince Charles, representing the Queen, attended a series of ceremonies, including a dawn service at the landing site.

Prince Charles at Anzac Day service

He visited St Helles British cemetery, in Gallipoli peninsula, which is dedicated to the Commonwealth soldiers killed.

Anzac Day service in Cyprus

In Cyprus, soldiers from the Wiltshire-based 1st Royal Horse Artillery joined UN counterparts for a service.

Anzac Day service in Cyprus

The event at Wayne's Keep Cemetery took place at the exact time the first troops went ashore.



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