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Battle of Gallipoli

EVERYONE DIED OF SWAG OVERDOSE
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STEVEN CHOBOTOV <3

on 1 October 2013

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Transcript of Battle of Gallipoli

A look inside the Secretary of State for War
By Steven "man magnet" Chobotov,
Sweet Willy "gets all the babes" Frankl
and also Jack "based god" Byrne

A look inside British and French
motives
THE BATTLE OF GALLIPOLI
How The Battle Came To Be
The Ottoman Constantinople
Britain and France seek to take the Ottoman empire out of the war
Allies Reunite!
Conquering the middle territory
between E. Europe and Russia
Continuous Rivalry With The Central Powers
Germany outplays Britain and wins the Ottoman Empire's support
Attack On Dardanelles
Churchill advocates retaliation on the Ottomans
Turkish Counter Strategy
How the Ottomans defended the Dardanelles
Allied Generals
Central Powers
Russia
Allied Powers
Lord Kitchener
Additional Commanders
The Greatest Advocates for the Allied Powers
Sir Ian Hamilton
John de Robeck
Otto Liman Von Sanders
First Lord of the Admiralty Winston Churchill
(actual picture)
Mustafa Kemal
Land Battle
Everlasting Repercussions of the Battle
YOLO
YOLO
Generals
The

ANZACS
The 57th
Casualties
"I do not order you to fight, I order you to die. In the time which passes until we die, other troops and commanders can come forward and take our places." -Mustafa Kemal
Forcing the straights
Jack's
220,000, 59% casualty rate
Allied Losses
251,000, 60% casualty rate
Ottoman/Central Powers' Casualties
Besieging the Dardanelles
Allied deployment on the Peninsula
WE <3 POINTER
Jack's
Jack's
Steven's
Steven's
Steven's
Sweet Willy's
Sweet Willy's
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