Today, in the Centenary of Gallipoli landing, let’s remember the names of Russian born Anzacs who took part in this historic event.
- Alexander Arn, Thomas Baer, and Robert Mayer (1st Battalion)
- Julays Beern, Adolf Eckland, and Arnold Sander (3rd Battalion)
- Abraham Levene, Alfred Markowicz, Erwin Rosberg, Nicholas Sindeeff, and Frederick Turner (4th Battalion)
- George Ball (7th Battalion)
- August Arreta, John Hendrickson, Karl Ljung, Albert Lukander, Alexander Sast, Charles Zander (10th Battalion)
- Alexander Hiltunen, and Edward Watson (12th Battalion)
- Martin Antin, Schija Fels, Martin Hamman, Fritz Zeeman (13th Battalion)
- Paul Zenewich and Thomas Lind (15th Battalion)
- Marian Pshevolodsky, Charles Cepkouski, Rudolph Mahlit, Eliazar Margolin, Charles Reppe, Kazis Walinkevic (16th Battalion)
- George Kamishansky and Francis Dyson (Artillery brigades)
- Sidney Luck (1st Hospital)
- Charles Haroldson (Service Corps)
Antti Kujala (he served as Thomas Lind), a fisherman from Vyborg, was killed during the landing, while Arn, Baer, Beern, Ball, Lukander, and Hiltunen were wounded.