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Beschreibung des Verlags
The Gallipoli lobby was a tactical mission in the First World War that occurred on the Gallipoli promontory, from 17 February 1915 to 9 January 1916. The Entente powers, Britain, France, and Russia, tried to debilitate the Ottoman Empire, one of the Central Powers, by assuming command over the Turkish waterways.
Yet, because of the tactical ineptitude of the greater orders, it finished in misfortune and impossible torment, as the fight transformed into a conflict of nerves generally worked out in the loathsome setting of the passages continually being worked by one or the other side. The human expense was tremendous, with more than 50,000 Allied troopers losing their lives, and it became known as the most disputable activity of the conflict.
The creator was one of the 400,000 British and Empire troops who partook and alongside his confidants from the UK, Australia, and New Zealand, showed phenomenal chivalry and boldness even with awful difficulty and risk.