Australia had 7,594 killed. New Zealand had 2,701 killed.
Records are not entirely clear on how many Turkish troops died at Gallipoli. Reliable estimates put the deaths at approx. 200,000
Because the UN sent many troops to defend South Korea and Australia is part of the U.N. but it was mostly U.S. troops
Approximately 8500 Australian troops died at Gallipoli in 1915.
About 50,000 Australians were sent to fight in the Gallipoli Campaign.
It is not known how many Australian troops were involved in the landings at Gallipoli. However, the entire Gallipoli campaign resulted in 26,111 Australian casualties, and this included between 8,150 and 8,500 deaths. The total number of Allied troops who took part in the Gallipoli campaign was about 480,000, but this included Australians, New Zealanders, British and French.
The first ANZAC troops landed in Gallipoli on 25 April 1915 which, in 2017, is 102 years ago.
Although popular belief is that Gallipoli is better than Kokoda, many like me and lachy and Amelia disagree. Gallipoli was half way across the globe and kokoda was much closer to home and Australia and an imminent invasion threat. Gallipoli was also a stupid failure while kokoda was a legend. As i like to say Gallipoli made Australia, Kokoda saved Australia. Cam xoxo Gossip girl <3
Turkish casualties were estimated at 87,000 The British lost 21,000 troops, the number of Australian and New Zealand troops including ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) casualties also ran high at 11,421 approx. (New Zealand: 2721, Australia 8700. approx.) Information from Alan Moorehead's 'Gallipoli'.
There were 8,556 New Zealanders who landed at Gallipoli landed. This took place during World War I. The first 3,100 Australian troops landed in Gallipoli on April 25, 1915.
It is not known how many Australian troops were involved in the campaign at Gallipoli. However, the entire Gallipoli campaign resulted in 26,111 Australian casualties, and this included between 8,150 and 8,500 deaths.The total number of Allied troops who took part in the Gallipoli campaign was about 480,000, but this included Australians, New Zealanders, British and French.
AnswerEnglish. Britain, Australia and New Zealand are all English-speaking countries - along with the US, most of Canada, much of South Africa and many smaller countries.
At the start of the 1st World War there was strong support for the British Empire which at the time included Australia and New Zealand. That is why the Australian and New Zealand Army Corp - ANZAC - was formed as soldiers willing to fight and die for Britain. After the military disaster of Gallipoli many soldiers from that campaign were sent to the Western Front were despite bravery at all levels many of those who did survive Gallipoli died in the trench warfare
I think it took a day. From Australia to Egypt it took over a month.
how many anzacs survied gallipoli
8,709 from Australia, 2,721 from New Zealand. Australia had 7,594 killed. New Zealand had 2,701 killed.
0, Canada did not fight in Vietnam. 0, Canada did not fight in Vietnam.
The British and French fielded about 570,000 troops (British Empire: 489,000 France: 79,000) of which 59% were killed. The Ottoman Empire fielded 315,500 troops of which 60% were killed.
It depends on how many troops you pay and what you use to fight with.
U.S. president Kennedy said many troops to Vietnam to fight the Vietnam War.
Answer:Australia at the time was part of the British Empire and Commonwealth. With many British troops being tied up on the Western front, Britain used it's colonies by requesting troops from each of the countries to come forward and fight for Britain. Since Australia was one of the colonies, Australians joined up to fight for the British who had joined forces with the French and Russia (the triple entente), and the British and French wanted to relieve pressure on their ally Imperial Russia, by attacking one of of the triple entente's enemies, the Ottoman empire , which was very close to the Russian mainland, separated only by the Black sea. The Ottoman empire was an ally of Imperial Germany, who the entente was already fighting on the Western front (France and Britain) and on the Eastern front (Russia). With swift German victories in the East in 1916, Britain and France wanted to break through and help Russia as it was weakening. The British and French chose to attack the Turkish (Ottoman) positions at Gallipoli, due to it's close proximity to the Ottoman capital, Constantinople and hoped to force Turkey out of the war quickly, and so Britain needed troops, and so called upon Australia to provide the Gallipoli campaign with some.