Well, the decision to undetake the Gallipoli campaign is in two parts. One, the British wanted to capture the Ottoman Empire's capital, and two, they wanted to secure their trading route with Russia.
Gallipoli Campaign happened on 1915-04-25.
The Gallipoli campaign began with the landing of the ANZAC troops on 25 April 1915.
The Gallipoli Campaign occurred on the Gallipoli Peninsula, western Turkey, between 25 April 1915 and 9 January 1916.
The Gallipoli Campaign was fought on and around the Gallipoli Peninsula in World war I.
The Gallipoli Campaign happened on April 25th of 1915. This is the same day we celebrate ANZAC day.
300 anzacs died on the first day of the gallipoli campaign
There was no "battle of Gallipoli". The Gallipoli campaign was an extended eight-month campaign during the First World War. It lasted for most of the year 1915.
the Gallipoli campaign was possibly the worst that soldiers ever served in.
The Gallipoli campaign of Wolrd War I took place in Turkey. Gallipoli is located in the Eastern part of Turkey, bordered by the Aegean sea to the west and the Dardanelles to the east.
about 2 people died in the campaign!
Gallipoli is located in Turkish Thrace, the European part of Turkey. The Gallipoli Campaign in the First World War was on the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey.
The Gallipoli campaign was fought in Turkey. Anzac Cove, Gallipoli is located in the eastern part of Turkey. The Aegean sea lies to the west and the Dardanelle Straits are to the east.
About 50,000 Australians were sent to fight in the Gallipoli Campaign.
The ANZAC campaign in Gallipoli lasted for eight months.
the gallipoli campaign was not successfull because most of the young australians and newzealanders weren't really good at shooting and most of them died.
The fight at gallipoli was a campaign, not a war. It started in the year 1915.
No. The Gallipoli campaign was over before the United States entered the war.
The Gallipoli Campaign was a part of World War I.
The main goal of the Gallipoli campaign was to gain control over the Gallipoli peninsula. This neck of land overlooked the most direct sea route to Russia and was strategically important in World War I.