Three of the original ANZAC's
holding the Gallipoli Map. The original map is located at Chunuk Bair
and the map at the House of Commons is one of five copies given to the
nations who fought with the Australians at Gallipoli. The map was
accepted by the Speaker of the House after negotiations by Sir Robert
Rhodes-James MP, leading authority and author on the Gallipoli campaign.
The significance for the House of Commons was that three British Prime
Ministers served at Gallipoli. The Gallipoli is also one public display
at the new Australian Memorial at Battersea Park, on the south bank of
the River Thames. This plaque was cast in 1998 and unveiled on Anzac Day
by Clyde James.