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anzac day tours turkey Hamilton faced an awful decision. To withdraw would upset the whole Gallipoli invasion plan before it had really been tested. He asked the man in charge of the Royal Navy invasion fleet, RearAdmiral Cecil Thursby, for his opinion and was told that it might take up to three days to withdraw the force and casualties would be high, The admiral recommended the Anzacs stick it out. anzac tour 2015 Hamilton was on the point of dictating a reply to say the same anzac-photo-blog2when Lieutenant Commander C G Brodie, on the staff of Commodore Roger Keyes, the naval ChiefofStaff, came into the saloon with a message for Keyes. Keyes tried to shoo him away at such a vital moment but Brodie insisted he come outside and read the signal he had just received. It was from an Australian submarine, anzac trips sent from a position well north of Nara Burnu towards the Sea of Marmara. Keyes was delighted and went straight back into Hamilton with the message. While it might not have changed the general’s mind, here was a piece of news telling of an Australian success. His note to Birdwood, in part, reflected the optimism of the moment:  Anzac Day Tours Turkey