|Tell England |
The Battle of Gallipoli
|| United Kingdom
||Anthony Asquith, Geoffrey Barkas
||March 2, 1931
Tell England (also known as The Battle of Gallipoli in the U.S.) is a 1931 British war drama movie directed by Anthony Asquith and Geoffrey Barkas. It is based on the novel Tell England by Ernest Raymond. The friends Rupert Ray (Tony Bruce) and Edgar Doe (Carl Harbord) joining the British army, and taking part in the fighting at Gallipoli.
The following weapons were used in the film Tell England:
Webley MK VI
British officers and Edgar Doe (Carl Harbord) use Webley Mk VI revolvers.
Webley Mk IV - .455 Webley
A British officer holds the Webley.
Edgar Doe fires his Webley at a Turk.
Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III*
British and ANZAC soldiers are seen with Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III* rifles.
Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III* - .303 British.
British soldier with the SMLE.
British soldiers preparing to go over the top.
A British soldier stabs a Turk giving us a good view of the receiver.
Mauser 98AZ Carbine
Some Turkish soldiers use Mauser 98AZ Carbines during the landing at "V" Beach and the last battle. This is an anachronistic because the German Empire delivered their Mauser rifles to the Ottomans only towards the end of the war. So the Kar. 98 AZ maybe stands for the Turkish Mauser 1905 Carbine.
Mauser 98AZ Artillery Carbine - 7.92x57mm.
Turkish soldier fires his Mauser.
Mauser Gewehr 1898
Turkish soldiers also use incorrect Mauser Gewehr 1898 rifles during the Gallipoli campaign instead of accurate Turkish 1893 and 1903 Mauser rifles.
Mauser Gewehr 1898 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Turkish soldier with the Gewehr.
A Turk holds his Gewehr in a MG-nest.
Vickers Mk I
The Vickers MK1 Machine Gun is used by British and Turkish soldiers. The smooth and ribbed versions are both seen. The Vickers stands for the Maxim MG08 that were actually by the Ottoman Army.
Vickers gun with ribbed water jacket
Turkish gunners during the landing at "V
British soldier next to a vickers.
No. 15 Hand Grenade "Ball"
Rupert Ray (Tony Bruce) and Edgar Doe (Carl Harbord) use No. 15 Hand Grenades.
No. 15 Hand Grenade "Ball".
Rupert Ray draws a Ball grenade.
Turkish soldiers are seen with a cannon during the landing.
The Turks expect the landing.