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As the vessel descended the TBD passed overhead close, and the torpedo was heard to hit. As the cruiser, dead ahead, might be expected to sink almost immediately, I altered course a point to starboard to avoid becoming entangled with her.

At the time I believed the vessel to be in the centre of the strait. About 4 minutes later I altered back to the original course, and ordered 20 feet.

As the vessel was rising she hit bottom and slid up on the bank to a depth of 10 feet, at which depth a considerable portion of the conning tower was above water.

Through the periscope I saw that the position was immediately under Fort Anatoli Medjidieh. The fort opened fire and for some minutes shells fell on all sides until efforts to refloat her succeeded.

AE2 then slid back into the safety of deep water. The relief onboard the submarine was palpable but short lived, for AE2 then grounded on the Gallipoli shore, again exposing herself to the enemy.

In this position we remained for 5 minutes. Shortly afterwards she began to move down the bank, gave a slight bump, gathered way and then bumped very heavily.

She, however, continued to descend and at 80 feet I dived off the bank. The last bump was calculated to considerably injure the vessel, and probably impaired the fighting efficiency, but as I considered my chief duty was to prove the passage through the Straits to be possible, I decided to continue on course.

In these two highly dangerous situations it was only their cool and intelligent performance of their duties which enabled the vessel to be refloated.

Shortly afterwards AE2 again rose to periscope depth where Stoker established his position as approaching Nagara Point. On all sides he was surrounded by pursuit craft and each time he showed AE2 's periscope the pursuing destroyers turned to ram.

Consequently, in an attempt to shake off the enemy, Stoker bottomed the submarine on the Asiatic shore to await developments.

Throughout 25 April, AE2 lay in 80 feet of water while enemy ships continually searched overhead. Those of her crew who could be spared were ordered to rest but most found sleep impossible.

On one occasion the AE2 's casing was struck by a heavy object being trailed along the bottom by one of the vessels above but fortunately it did not snag or critically damage the submarine.

At approximately pm Stoker blew ballast tanks and surfaced having been submerged for over 16 hours. All signs of shipping had vanished and the opportunity was taken to recharge the submarine's batteries and to send a signal to the Commander-in-Chief notifying him of the successful passage through the 'Narrows' and past Nagara Point.

At that time a council of war was taking place in the British flagship HMS Queen Elizabeth as it steamed off the coast of the Gallipoli peninsula.

The British Commander-in-Chief, Sir Ian Hamilton, was in conference with his senior staff discussing the progress of the Allied troops ashore.

Moments earlier Hamilton had received a message from Lieutenant General William Birdwood who had reluctantly recommended an immediate evacuation.

This was based on advice from Birdwood's two divisional commanders ashore who feared the exhausted troops could not withstand a Turkish counter-attack the next day.

The situation appeared grave and the matter of re-embarkation required immediate deliberation.

The duty of sending the signal fell to year old Victorian, Telegraphist William Wolseley Falconer. His use of the Morse key was about to have a profound impact on the discussions taking place in Queen Elizabeth , and forever cement AE2 's place in the history of the Dardanelles campaign.

The submarine's wireless had a range of only miles, so a guard ship, the destroyer HMS Jed , had been stationed in the Gulf of Saros with a receiving window set between 40 and 50 minutes past the hour.

As Falconer tapped away at his wireless set from within, the submarine's damp external wire aerial was seen by Stoker to be throwing off purple and blue sparks as the morse message was transmitted.

The young telegraphist tried in vain to get an acknowledgement that his signal had been received but after several attempts it was assumed that that the wireless equipment had been damaged and therefore the fleet would remain unaware of their achievement.

Unbeknown to Stoker and Falconer, the message had in fact been received in Jed , pieced together and relayed to Queen Elizabeth at the crucial moment when Hamilton was deliberating with his staff whether or not to order a general evacuation.

The council of war was dramatically interrupted when one of Hamilton's aides handed a copy of Stoker's signal to Commodore Roger Keyes who announced "Tell them [the troops on the shore] this.

It is an omen. This was a tremendous fillip and in his response to Birdwood, Hamilton wrote, "Your news is indeed serious. But there is nothing for it but to dig yourselves right in and stick it out.

It would take at least two days to re-embark you, as Admiral Thursby will explain to you. Meanwhile, the Australian submarine has got up through the narrows and has torpedoed a gunboat…Hunter-Weston, despite his heavy losses, will be advancing tomorrow which should divert pressure from you.

Make a personal appeal to your men…to make a supreme effort to hold their ground. You have got through the difficult business, now you have only to dig, dig, dig until you are safe.

If nothing else AE2 's signal certainly provided morale boosting information at a time when it was most needed. Many believe that it directly influenced the decision made by Hamilton that night, resulting in the Allied forces remaining on the peninsula.

At approximately pm, cloud cover shaded the moon, providing AE2 with an additional layer of concealment, and in the early hours of the morning it began to rain reducing visibility further.

By am the weather began to clear as Stoker and his crew continued their passage on the surface toward the Sea of Marmora before diving at dawn.

As soon as light permitted, Stoker observed through his periscope, "two ships approaching, obviously men-of-war, one in front of the other".

Steering a parallel and opposite course to the enemy he approached before firing his port torpedo. Only after making the attack did Stoker realise he had fired at the smaller leading ship, a cruiser, which successfully evaded his torpedo.

About am AE2 sighted four ships, but since only six of her eight torpedoes remained Stoker decided not to fire unless he was certain his target was a troop transport.

Passing about yards abeam of her I could see no sign of troops or ammunition; but as I passed under her stern she ran up colours and opened rifle fire at [the] periscope.

I then dived over to the next ship and attacked at yards with starboard beam torpedo. The torpedo failed to hit.

I was unable to get within range of the other two ships. Shortly after dark, AE2 was attacked by a small Turkish vessel while again attempting to establish wireless communications with the fleet.

At dawn on 27 April, while still dived, Stoker sighted a ship escorted by two torpedo boat destroyers.

Evading the escort, he manoeuvred into a firing position at yards but this time the torpedo refused to leave the tube, possibly due to a faulty engine.

In response, one of the destroyers turned to ram, forcing a hurried dive. Nothing else was sighted that day and in order to give the crew some rest, the night of 27 April was spent on the bottom in Artaki Bay.

In the early hours of the morning of 28 April, in dead calm weather, AE2 attacked another small ship escorted by two small destroyers.

Again the torpedo missed its intended target and retaliatory manoeuvres by the Turkish warships precluded a second attempt. At dawn on 29 April Stoker shaped course towards Gallipoli observing a gunboat patrolling the head of the Strait off Eski Farnar Point.

TBDs and TBs [torpedo boats] came out in pursuit, and having led them all up towards Sea of Marmora, I dived back and examined Gallipoli anchorage but found nothing to attack.

AE2 then returned to the Sea of Marmora where Stoker later fired on a Turkish gunboat narrowly missing her.

The two submarines met at pm off Kara Burnu Point and following a brief conference between the two captains, a subsequent rendezvous was arranged for am the following day.

Arriving at the rendezvous at am on 30 April, Stoker sighted a torpedo boat approaching at high speed. About the boat's nose suddenly rose and broke surface about 1 mile from TB Blew water forward but could not get boat to dive.

TB firing, got very close, and ship from Artaki bay, a gunboat also firing; flooded a forward tank and boat suddenly took big inclination down by bows and dived rapidly.

AE2 was only fitted with foot depth gauges. This depth was quickly reached and passed. Went full speed astern and commenced to blow main ballast.

After some interval boat came back to ft depth, so re-flooded and went ahead, but boat broke surface stern first.

Owing to the great inclination down by the bow, it was impossible to see the TB through the periscope and I considered that any attempt to ram would be useless.

I therefore blew main ballast and ordered all hands on deck. Assisted by Lieutenant Haggard, I then opened the tanks to flood and went on deck.

The boat sank in a few minutes in about 55 fathoms, in approximate position 4 degrees north of Kara Burnu Point at am. All hands were picked up by the torpedo boat and no lives lost.

It was obvious that AE2 had received her death blow so as soon as the boat got to the surface the captain gave the order to abandon ship; every man for himself.

It took some minutes for thirty-three men to go up. I spent my last few minutes looking around the boat. The clock said five minutes to twelve.

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Mooring wires tethering the mines continually scraped along AE2 's sides for the next half hour.

Twice Stoker surfaced in the minefield to make navigational observations and at am AE2 was within two miles of the Narrows at Chanak, submerged at periscope depth with the sea flat and calm.

Forts on both sides of the Narrows then sighted her and soon opened heavy fire. Meanwhile, Stoker, watching through his periscope, observed a number of ships and quickly determined to attack what he thought to be a small cruiser of the Peik e Shetrek type.

As the vessel descended the TBD passed overhead close, and the torpedo was heard to hit. As the cruiser, dead ahead, might be expected to sink almost immediately, I altered course a point to starboard to avoid becoming entangled with her.

At the time I believed the vessel to be in the centre of the strait. About 4 minutes later I altered back to the original course, and ordered 20 feet.

As the vessel was rising she hit bottom and slid up on the bank to a depth of 10 feet, at which depth a considerable portion of the conning tower was above water.

Through the periscope I saw that the position was immediately under Fort Anatoli Medjidieh. The fort opened fire and for some minutes shells fell on all sides until efforts to refloat her succeeded.

AE2 then slid back into the safety of deep water. The relief onboard the submarine was palpable but short lived, for AE2 then grounded on the Gallipoli shore, again exposing herself to the enemy.

In this position we remained for 5 minutes. Shortly afterwards she began to move down the bank, gave a slight bump, gathered way and then bumped very heavily.

She, however, continued to descend and at 80 feet I dived off the bank. The last bump was calculated to considerably injure the vessel, and probably impaired the fighting efficiency, but as I considered my chief duty was to prove the passage through the Straits to be possible, I decided to continue on course.

In these two highly dangerous situations it was only their cool and intelligent performance of their duties which enabled the vessel to be refloated.

Shortly afterwards AE2 again rose to periscope depth where Stoker established his position as approaching Nagara Point. On all sides he was surrounded by pursuit craft and each time he showed AE2 's periscope the pursuing destroyers turned to ram.

Consequently, in an attempt to shake off the enemy, Stoker bottomed the submarine on the Asiatic shore to await developments. Throughout 25 April, AE2 lay in 80 feet of water while enemy ships continually searched overhead.

Those of her crew who could be spared were ordered to rest but most found sleep impossible. On one occasion the AE2 's casing was struck by a heavy object being trailed along the bottom by one of the vessels above but fortunately it did not snag or critically damage the submarine.

At approximately pm Stoker blew ballast tanks and surfaced having been submerged for over 16 hours.

All signs of shipping had vanished and the opportunity was taken to recharge the submarine's batteries and to send a signal to the Commander-in-Chief notifying him of the successful passage through the 'Narrows' and past Nagara Point.

At that time a council of war was taking place in the British flagship HMS Queen Elizabeth as it steamed off the coast of the Gallipoli peninsula.

The British Commander-in-Chief, Sir Ian Hamilton, was in conference with his senior staff discussing the progress of the Allied troops ashore.

Moments earlier Hamilton had received a message from Lieutenant General William Birdwood who had reluctantly recommended an immediate evacuation.

This was based on advice from Birdwood's two divisional commanders ashore who feared the exhausted troops could not withstand a Turkish counter-attack the next day.

The situation appeared grave and the matter of re-embarkation required immediate deliberation. The duty of sending the signal fell to year old Victorian, Telegraphist William Wolseley Falconer.

His use of the Morse key was about to have a profound impact on the discussions taking place in Queen Elizabeth , and forever cement AE2 's place in the history of the Dardanelles campaign.

The submarine's wireless had a range of only miles, so a guard ship, the destroyer HMS Jed , had been stationed in the Gulf of Saros with a receiving window set between 40 and 50 minutes past the hour.

As Falconer tapped away at his wireless set from within, the submarine's damp external wire aerial was seen by Stoker to be throwing off purple and blue sparks as the morse message was transmitted.

The young telegraphist tried in vain to get an acknowledgement that his signal had been received but after several attempts it was assumed that that the wireless equipment had been damaged and therefore the fleet would remain unaware of their achievement.

Unbeknown to Stoker and Falconer, the message had in fact been received in Jed , pieced together and relayed to Queen Elizabeth at the crucial moment when Hamilton was deliberating with his staff whether or not to order a general evacuation.

The council of war was dramatically interrupted when one of Hamilton's aides handed a copy of Stoker's signal to Commodore Roger Keyes who announced "Tell them [the troops on the shore] this.

It is an omen. This was a tremendous fillip and in his response to Birdwood, Hamilton wrote, "Your news is indeed serious.

But there is nothing for it but to dig yourselves right in and stick it out. It would take at least two days to re-embark you, as Admiral Thursby will explain to you.

Meanwhile, the Australian submarine has got up through the narrows and has torpedoed a gunboat…Hunter-Weston, despite his heavy losses, will be advancing tomorrow which should divert pressure from you.

Make a personal appeal to your men…to make a supreme effort to hold their ground. You have got through the difficult business, now you have only to dig, dig, dig until you are safe.

If nothing else AE2 's signal certainly provided morale boosting information at a time when it was most needed. Many believe that it directly influenced the decision made by Hamilton that night, resulting in the Allied forces remaining on the peninsula.

At approximately pm, cloud cover shaded the moon, providing AE2 with an additional layer of concealment, and in the early hours of the morning it began to rain reducing visibility further.

By am the weather began to clear as Stoker and his crew continued their passage on the surface toward the Sea of Marmora before diving at dawn.

As soon as light permitted, Stoker observed through his periscope, "two ships approaching, obviously men-of-war, one in front of the other".

Steering a parallel and opposite course to the enemy he approached before firing his port torpedo. Only after making the attack did Stoker realise he had fired at the smaller leading ship, a cruiser, which successfully evaded his torpedo.

About am AE2 sighted four ships, but since only six of her eight torpedoes remained Stoker decided not to fire unless he was certain his target was a troop transport.

Passing about yards abeam of her I could see no sign of troops or ammunition; but as I passed under her stern she ran up colours and opened rifle fire at [the] periscope.

I then dived over to the next ship and attacked at yards with starboard beam torpedo. The torpedo failed to hit. I was unable to get within range of the other two ships.

Shortly after dark, AE2 was attacked by a small Turkish vessel while again attempting to establish wireless communications with the fleet.

At dawn on 27 April, while still dived, Stoker sighted a ship escorted by two torpedo boat destroyers. Evading the escort, he manoeuvred into a firing position at yards but this time the torpedo refused to leave the tube, possibly due to a faulty engine.

In response, one of the destroyers turned to ram, forcing a hurried dive. Nothing else was sighted that day and in order to give the crew some rest, the night of 27 April was spent on the bottom in Artaki Bay.

In the early hours of the morning of 28 April, in dead calm weather, AE2 attacked another small ship escorted by two small destroyers. Again the torpedo missed its intended target and retaliatory manoeuvres by the Turkish warships precluded a second attempt.

At dawn on 29 April Stoker shaped course towards Gallipoli observing a gunboat patrolling the head of the Strait off Eski Farnar Point. TBDs and TBs [torpedo boats] came out in pursuit, and having led them all up towards Sea of Marmora, I dived back and examined Gallipoli anchorage but found nothing to attack.

AE2 then returned to the Sea of Marmora where Stoker later fired on a Turkish gunboat narrowly missing her. The two submarines met at pm off Kara Burnu Point and following a brief conference between the two captains, a subsequent rendezvous was arranged for am the following day.

Arriving at the rendezvous at am on 30 April, Stoker sighted a torpedo boat approaching at high speed. About the boat's nose suddenly rose and broke surface about 1 mile from TB Blew water forward but could not get boat to dive.

TB firing, got very close, and ship from Artaki bay, a gunboat also firing; flooded a forward tank and boat suddenly took big inclination down by bows and dived rapidly.

AE2 was only fitted with foot depth gauges. This depth was quickly reached and passed. Went full speed astern and commenced to blow main ballast.

After some interval boat came back to ft depth, so re-flooded and went ahead, but boat broke surface stern first. Owing to the great inclination down by the bow, it was impossible to see the TB through the periscope and I considered that any attempt to ram would be useless.

I therefore blew main ballast and ordered all hands on deck. Assisted by Lieutenant Haggard, I then opened the tanks to flood and went on deck.

The boat sank in a few minutes in about 55 fathoms, in approximate position 4 degrees north of Kara Burnu Point at am. All hands were picked up by the torpedo boat and no lives lost.

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