Gallipoli Diary

Diary of Samuel Weingott at Gallipoli


Samuel Weingott

To view the extract of the Gallipoli diary of Samuel Weingott for the period

from 8 April to 3 June 1915, click

Diary of Samuel Weingott

Samuel Weingott died of wounds on 5 June 1915 at the age of 22 and is buried at Lone Pine Cemetery.

His older brother Alexander also died of wounds at Gallipoli exactly one month prior on 5 May and was the first Jewish soldier to be killed in the Gallipoli campaign. He is

buried in the Jewish cemetery at Alexandria.

The brothers were from a well known family in Annandale Sydney.