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On the Gallipoli Peninsula
The Russians wanted the turkish coast so they tried to attack but there fleets got destroyed with no reinforcements they had to retreat.
In 1915, Russia appealed to the Allied powers for aid in resisting a Turkish invasion of the Caucasus. Britain and France responded and launched an attack on the Gallipoli peninsula. Working against bad weather, the Allied nations sustained heavy damage to their fleet. The lack of immediate reinforcements allowed the Turks to fortify their defenses, which led to the eventual defeat of the campaign.
Battle of Gallipoli
Why it happened
It started of with a navel attack on Dardanelles Straits in February-March 1915
British forces wanted to get to the Russian forces for backup but in order to get there they had to go thru gallipoli and there was the war