|S.S. River Clyde, Gallipoli|
|This picture first appeared in The War Illustrated, 12 June 1915|
The caption reads:
The S.S. River Clyde, which, crowded with British troops, was purposely run aground on the beach at Sedd-ul-Bahr, in the Gallipoli Peninsula, in order that the soldiers might land without delay under the fierce Turkish fire.
|image: The War Illustrated, 12 June 1915|