A gun on the deck of HMS M33
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Last surviving ship from Gallipoli campaign is restored

The last surviving ship from the Gallipoli campaign of World War One has been restored and will open to the public.

Monitor ship HMS M33 has a new home in number one dock next to HMS Victory in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard.

More than 100,000 lives were lost in the Gallipoli campaign between April 1915 and January 1916.

The ship's restoration cost more than £2m and was funded by the lottery and public donations.

The BBC's Joe Campbell has taken a look around.

  • 14 Jul 2015