Uhm...I think by fighting back real hard...
It wasn't only the Turkish soldiers that won, everyon Turk that wanted to fight for his/her country did. That's how they won at gallipolli. Probably couldn't have done it if it weren't for Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, who led the fight of the Turks against various European armies.
why did the Turks go to Galliploi
There was no victory for the ANZACs in Turkey. Sadly, the entire Gallipoli campaign was a failure for everyone but the Turks.
The enemy were the Ottoman Turks.
Mainly the Turks, at Gallipoli.
the Turks had the higher ground
not the anzacs
At Gallipoli the Anzacs fought with the Ottoman Turks who were allies of the Central powers.
It was a success for the Turks, but a failure for the Allies.
To fight the Turks.world war one happened
because the Russians sopported the Turks
They were slaughtered as soon as they hit shore line by turks.
No, they fought the Turks at Gallipoli in 1914 (who were on the Germans side)
No. Gallipoli was a major defeat for the Anzacs.
The British and their subjects, i.e. the Austrialians, New Zelanders, v. the Turks.
Gallipoli was a battle in WW1 that was taken part in by Australia...
The Anzac's and the Turkish fought in Gallipoli in 1915 and lasted for 8 months.
New Zealand troops fought in Gallipoli for the same reason Australians did: because both countries were part of the British Empire, and the Empire was at war with the Turks.
I'm not quite sure but I think it's because the Turks had really strong defense.
British, French, Turks, Australians, New Zealanders, Cypriots, Jews
It was a diversionary attack on the Ottoman Empire to help take pressure of Russia's front. There was a hope that in the process of the Gallipoli campaign that the Turks would have a Coup D'etat (a revolution) and join the allies.