Where was the battle of gallipoli fought?
There was no "battle of Gallipoli". The Gallipoli campaign was an extended eight-month campaign during the First World War between Allied Forces and the old Ottoman Empire of Turkey, with support from Central Forces.
Battle of Gallipoli was a campaign during the first world war in the Gallipoli peninsula of Ottoman empire. It was fought between April 1915 to January 1916. The battle was fought between forces of Ottoman empire supported by forces from German empire and Austria-Hungary and British Imperial forces and supported by French forces. The battle was won by Ottoman forces. The battle resulted in emergence of Mustafa Kemal as a national leader and subsequent Turkish…
Newzealand and Australia fought together in the name of Anzacs. They fought in Gallipoli in Turkey. The Gallipoli campaign was the their major first major battle. So that why it has Anzacs day. They fought in gallipoli because Turkey was Germany side. So the commonwealth (Britain) wanted Anzacs to capture the capital city of Turkey(I don't know what its name sorry) so that they can able to send the supply to Russia. The rusult was…
the war was fought......in Gallpoli! Gallipoli was not a war on its own, it was a battle past of the Great War - a war thought to end all wars. A war we now know as World War I. It was fought on the 25th Of April near a place, now known, as ANZAC Cove. actually...it couldve been on the outskirts of China
Battle of the Marne (1914) Battle of Verdun (1916) Battle of Ypres (1915) Battle of Gallipoli (1915) Battle of the Somme (1916) Battle of Arras (1917) Battle of Caporetto (1917) Battle of Passchendaele (1917) Battle of Amiens (1918) Battle of Jutland (sea 1916) Answer Gallipoli, Jutland, Ypres, Pachendale, Mons, Seige of Accaba [T E Lawrence] Dardenelles, Battle North Atlantic [submarines]. Russian uprising revolution, Ardennes, Invasion of Belgium
Gallipoli is very significant to Australia because it was the first time that Australia and New Zealand forces fought together as one united force under British command. Gallipoli seemed to create the Australian spirit of mateship as Gallipoli was one of the first places that the newly federated Australian all fought under one common flag.