Category: Dr. Galip Baysan

  • KUNURİ BATTLES (26-29 NOVEMBER 1950) İN KOREAN WAR

    On 24th Nov 1950, the U.N. Forces launched their attack north from the line of contact with its center of mass in the 8th Army area with all Army (Ist and IXth U.S.Corps, Ist Turkish and 27th British Brigades),Xth U.S. Corps and Ist South Korean Corps. Since the weak enemy forces on the 8th Army […]

  • TURKEY’S REACTİON TO UN İNVİTATİON FOR KOREAN WAR

    In order to fully understand Turkey’s position concerning the Korean War,it would be beneficial to take a brief look at the prevailing situations in and around Turkey prior the war. During the course of World War-II, Turkey was faced with the threat of invasion by Germany, her historical ally, whose Armies advanced all the way […]

  • SOME VIEWS ABOUT M. KEMAL ATATURK

    It can be said that Mustafa Kemal Ataturk’s influence in the world was increased since his death. What he did in Turkey provided a guiding beacon for many African and Asian nations which were fighting their wars of independence following 1923. A French writer Marcel Savage was writing about him as follows. “From Egypt to […]

  • The İdea of Naval Attack to Dardanelle

    WİNSTON CHURCHİLL AND GALLİPOLİ COMPAİN ( 18th MARCH 1915) ( PART–4 ) THE İDEA OF THE NAVAL ATTACK TO DARDANELLE: It was the common view that, it was Churchill who had brought about the war with Turkey. There for Churchill became angry with the Turks. On 17 August the Prime Minister Asquit noted “Winston, in […]

  • Stories of The Two Battleships

    WİNSTON CHURCHİLL AND GALLİPOLİ COMPAİN ( 18th MARCH 1915) ( PART–3 ) At the end of Balkan War, Djemal Pasha Minister of Marine invited a British advisory mission to Turkey. With Churchill’s support, Rear Admiral Sir Arthur H. Limpus was assigned as the head of the British naval mission. The British Advisory Mission to the […]