Casualties from the UK at Gallipoli amounted to 73,485 so your opinion is not borne out by a moment's research.

Fair enough. But small countries often think the following types of figures are more important. I'll use the third kind of lies, statistics,

but was last taught maths in 1964 so could be a little rusty.

Gallipoli casualties divided by 1914 population

UK – 73,485 / 46,000,000 = 0.0015975

AU – 28,150 / 4,948,990 = 0.0056880

NZ – 7,991 / 1,158,436 = 0.0068981

56880 / 15975 = 3.56

68981 / 15975 = 4.31

Therefore, on a population basis Australia had three times and NZ had four times the casualties of the UK.

Figures from these web pages:--

https://nzhistory.govt.nz/media/interactive/gallipoli-casualties-countryhttps://nzhistory.govt.nz/war/british-empire-facts-and-statsWe do the same with medals at the Olympics and often come up shining.