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GALLIPOLI © Karen Devine 2013
Gallipoli The Gallipoli Campaign was a British initiative under Winston Churchill to force Turkey out of the war and open up a supply route for Russia. © Karen Devine 2013
Gallipoli The British Navy had failed in their attempts to penetrate the Dardanelles as their ships were hit by mines in the strait. © Karen Devine 2013
Gallipoli The British military decided on a land attack instead and coordinated an infantry attack at various beaches along the ANZAC Cove peninsula. © Karen Devine 2013
Gallipoli The Gallipoli assault was doomed from the start because: a) The Turks were prepared for a land assault b) They had prepared land mines, trenches, and reinforcements. c) The Turks had situated themselves on higher ground and aimed their machine guns at bayoneted infantry. © Karen Devine 2013
Pause Point Watch the final scene of the film “Gallipoli”. “Gallipoli”. © Karen Devine 2013
Question Time? How many allied soldiers died at Gallipoli? How many Turks died? What is Australia’s relationship like with Turkey now? © Karen Devine 2013
Monday 2/20/12 RAP What technology do you think had the biggest impact during WWI? Today: SWBAT understand the life of a soldier by playing a game based.
By Rafic Fakhri. A.N.Z.A.C. was the name given to the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps soldiers who, landed on the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey.
The Hemel Hempstead School - History Department What was the course of the Gallipoli campaign of 1915?
D-Day: The Normandy Invasion June 6 th, What was the situation in 1944? The Russians have defeated the Germans and are advancing in the East The.
The New Zealanders At Gallipoli The reptilian Axis War-Machine has mobilised. This can only mean one thing….
AGENDA 26 APRIL 1.PULL OUT YOUR MILITARY TECH SHEET 2.PULL OUT YOUR CH 21 STUDY GUIDE 3.DISCUSS ALLIANCE 4.DISCUSS MIITARISM / NEW WEAPONS 5.DISCUSS NATIONALISM.
GALLIPOLI (March-Dec 1915) Learning objective: to understand the location of Gallipoli and why that campaign was undertaken. Should be known that it also.
D-Day June 6 th, What was the situation in 1944? The Russians have defeated the Germans and are advancing in the East The Russians have defeated.
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-After forcing Hitler to fight on many fronts - from Russia, to North Africa, to Sicily and Italy, - the Allied nations finally decided the time was right.
World War I Jeopardy Coach Mayo and a special thanks to Bryce Pilcher.
A New Kind of War Chapter 14 section 2. The Great War World War I or known then as The Great War was the largest conflict in history up to that point.
March 18 HW: Essay Thesis due March 19 Objective: We will discuss the fronts involved in WWI and analyze the different parts of a research thesis :
Battle For Fort Dunsque By: JF. The Battle Was Between The French and British The British wanted to remove the French from the Ohio Valley so they decided.
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WWI starts in 1914 US is neutral Does ship supplies to both sides of war Most Americans pulling for Allies Americans stay out of war because it is not.
World War I November 11, Reasons for World War I in Europe The buildup to World War I (originally called the ______________) in Europe was caused.
April 25 ANZAC DAY. What is ANZAC? ANZAC = Australia and New Zealand Army Corps.
The British had started to run out of war supplies and food. German submarines were taking a toll on British shipping With the American navy, Britains.
Was General Haig the Butcher of the Somme? Miss Boughey –
D-Day to the End. What was the situation in 1944? The Russians have defeated the Germans and are advancing in the East The Allies are victorious in Africa.
World War I Intro: Europe Before the War Germany – Strongest Army; Allied to Austria- Hungary (AH); Wanting to establish itself as a European/World.
MILITARISM WWI How did technological improvements impact WWI?
D-Day: The Beginning of the End. The Plan This happened on June 6, 1944 The goal was to penetrate “Fortress Europe” and push the Germans back The official.
Tanks were mainly used for rolling over rough ground, to break through barbed wire and to crush Machines Guns posts that were made very soon after the.
D-Day. Intro Allied forces have been steadily gaining ground on the war in Europe However, Germany controlled most of Europe. December 4-6, 1943 Roosevelt.
A Three Slide Presentation On How They Impacted World War I.
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