Scarf - Gallipoli Map

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Rectangular World War I map printed in brown, red and blue inks. Map shows the Anzac, Gallipoli, and Constantinople regions, and the Anzac landing places. Arms in each corner.
CH classification DOCUMENTS Maps military map
CH classification COSTUME Headwear unisex
CH classification CIVIC MEMENTOES Souvenirs
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Length 610 x width 470mm (width varies)
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Cotton (Textiles)
To Constantinople the Dardenelles
History and use
World War 1 souvenirs like this printed cotton scarf were produced in Egypt and England, often for the Australian soldier market. The troops bought the souvenirs and sent them home to their families, who often framed them or made them into cushion covers and other items. Some items were also exported to Australia and New Zealand and sold there. Depictions of the Gallipoli landing were popular subjects for the souvenirs.
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