The battle of Gallipoli was a front line between the Allied forces and the Ottomans in WW 1 which commenced in April 25, 1915, ended in January 9, 1916 and caused the casualties of more than 300.000 soldiers including the dead of both the Ottoman and Allied forces [British, French, Australian, New Zealand and British colonies].
The reason was that the Allied forces estimated that could invade and conquer the Ottoman Empire capital city of Constantinople [Istanbul currently] and secure a sea route to Russia.
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The fight at gallipoli was a campaign, not a war. It started in the year 1915.
The Gallipoli Campaign started in 1915 and ended in 1916. It was not a war in itself, but a part of World War 1 which started in 1914 and ended in 1918.
the Gallpoli war stared in 1798
Why world war 1 start this war started when Australia decided to take over Gallipoli
ww1 was started when Serbia rebels killed the heir to the austro Hungarian throne. The gallipoli campaign was started (by Britain) route to Russia to divert attention from the western front. It failed
I'm pretty sure it was in 1914 because that's when world war 1 started
the battle at gallipoli started i think because Britain had declared war against Germany and its allies so the Australian troups were sent to gallipoli and that was just on eof the many places that they fought at
the importance and consequences of gallipoli war
The Gallipoli Campaign was fought on and around the Gallipoli Peninsula in World war I.
The Gallipoli landing occurred soon after the onset of World War I.
The Gallipoli Campaign was a part of World War I.
No. Gallipoli was a major defeat for the Anzacs.