Tag: The Gallipoli Campaign

  • Gallipoli

    Gallipoli

    Unlike the trenches of the Western Front, plowed under by farmers soon after the war, Gallipoli’s trench system remained largely intact after the battle. “It’s so barren and bleak, nobody ever wanted to occupy it,” says Richard Reid, an Australian Department of Veterans Affairs historian working on the project. But […]

  • The reason Gallipoli failed

    The reason Gallipoli failed

    On the 9th of January 1916, the last remaining Allied troops on the Gallipoli peninsula were evacuated. Despite catastrophic predictions, the withdrawal went off without a hitch and the entire force escaped with only a few casualties. It was the only bright spark in a campaign marked by failure. After […]

  • Overcoming Conflict: How The Battle Of Gallipoli Sparked A New Friendship

    Overcoming Conflict: How The Battle Of Gallipoli Sparked A New Friendship The following op-ed by Sevin Elekdag, TCA Research Fellow and Onur Isci, Lecturer at the Department of History at Georgetown University was published in the Eurasia Review on   April 25.Every year on April 25, Turks join with Australian and New Zealand […]

  • WİNSTON CHURCHİLL AND GALLİPOLİ COMPAİN

    WİNSTON CHURCHİLL AND GALLİPOLİ COMPAİN ( 18th MARCH 1915) ( PART–2 )   İn the Autumn of 1899 a war broke out in the South African Republic             (Transvaal) and the Orange Free State. There was a new and wonderful opportunity for Churchill to exercise his talents as a war correspondent. […]

  • WİNSTON CHURCHİLL AND GALLİPOLİ COMPAİN ( PART–1 )

    18 March 2013 was the 98. th anniversary of the wonderful defence of Dardanelle Straits by Turkish and German soldiers. Any one who reviews the history can easily see that, one man had the whole responsibility of these bloodshed operations. He was the First Lord of the British Admiralty, Winston […]