Northern Ireland men from Lisburn, Liverpool, Manchester, and New Zealand fell in Gallipoli this day in 1915. John Adair was a teacher from Belfast College of Technology. Joseph Marlowe from Aughnacloy was serving with the New Zealand Otago Mounted Rifles and died from his wounds on the hospital ship Aquitania two days before his 27th birthday. He was buried at sea. Norman Patton a Royal Navy bomb disposal officer from Bangor died in 1918 salvaging a German torpedo. In 1941 Gunner Michael McCartney from Limavady died serving with part of the Derry Artillery regiment which was detached to serve in Greece, and was evacuated to Crete. His remains rest in a war cemetery in Cyprus. Eric Johnston from Newcastle, a major in Royal Ulster Rifles, died at Deauville in the 1944 advance. William Moore whose wife was from Coleraine served with the Royal Canadian Horse Artillery and his remains were buried at Ottawa in 1945. Photo – The Chindit Memorial in Victoria Embankment Gardens.