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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
What was the Gallipoli campaign?. Presentation objectives To understand what was the Gallipoli campaign. To examine the motivation of why the Gallipoli.
THE BATTLE OF GALLIPOLI WW The Basics Britain and Germany are on opposing sides of the war Germany is allied with Turkey Britain is allied with.
Background to the Gallipoli campaign. By the end of 1914 (the first year of World War I) there was a stalemate on the Western Front. The Ottoman Empire.
Battle of Gallipoli With: Ishaan, Carolina, Ryan, and Shilpa.
Why invade Turkey? ► remove one of Germany's most important allies (Ottoman Empire). ► Open the vital sea-route to Russia (helping Tsar Nicholas II).
Why was the Gallipoli Campaign a failure? L/O – To identify the reasons why the campaign failed and to explain why casualties were so great.
The Battle of Gallipoli By: Alex Fleming, Ben Wolters, Devin Kang, Sanket Katta 1/16/15.
Battle of Gallipoli by Max Lattin, Susie Ahn, Nathan Nguyen, and Sophia Triche.
What is the connection between Blandford, the Royal Naval Division and Gallipoli?
Tactics. A war fought for honor and power between alliances -June 28 th 1914 Archduke Franz Ferdinand is assonated -July 29 th 1914 Serbia is attacked.
WWI Becomes a Global Conflict. The Gallipoli Disaster, 1915.
Gallipoli. Why is Turkey Significant? Turkey is Germany’s weaker ally Turkey is Germany’s weaker ally Britain and France want to take care of Turkey quickly.
ANZAC Day. In Flanders field Joining the army Joining the army means you have to be brave. There is still a place for you will you fill it.
By Ashleigh and Samuel Taylor
Chunuk Bair Attack Constantinople Egypt No Ten percent Dardanelles April 25 th 1915 Western Front Allied The Great War Central A pioneer.
Attack on the Beaches The attack on Gallipoli was one of the more imaginative strategies of the First World War. The German army had delivered a crushing.
World War I The Great War The War to End All Wars.
Anzacs The word Anzac means Australia and New Zealand army corps.
ANZAC DAY WHERE DO ANZAC BISCUITS COME IN? The original ANZAC biscuit wasn’t sweet like it is today. Back then, when the war was on, it was known as.
The Gallipoli Campaign
The Hemel Hempstead School - History Department What preparations were made for the attack on Gallipoli?
The significance of the poppy is that the poppies grow at ANZAC cove were the ANZACS fought in the war so we use poppies as the flower of remembrance.
Done by: Abdul and Harvey. When did the World War began? The First World War began when Britain and Germany went to war in August 1914, and Prime Minister.
Outbreak of War in the Middle East Largely built with German capital, the Berlin to Bagdad Railway has further opened up the Middle East to European influence.
Civil War Technology – Gatling Gun – Rifles with Long Muskets – Revolving Pistol – Railroads – Land Mines – Submarines – Air Balloons.
Ottoman Empire held the Dardanelles, a strategic strait that linked the Black Sea with the Mediterranean. Britain believed that if they took this, they.
Winston Churchill Churchills plan By December 1914, fighting in Europe was at a virtual standstill. Allied troops had stopped the Germans getting to Paris.
Year 5 are studying about world war 1 and 2. We went to the Auckland War Memorial to learn about World War l and World War ll.
100 years A ustralian N ew Z ealand A rmy C orps.
The Great War Goes Global How do other parts of the world become involved in the Great War?
To Enlist you had to got to a recruitment Boot. You had to be 18 and over to sign up.
As the war dragged on, the main combatants looked beyond Europe for a way to end the stalemate However, none of the alliances they formed or new battlefronts.
Over The Top By: Steven Dupuis
Aim: Was the Treaty of Versailles a good peace treaty ? Do Now: Allies Trench Warfare The Treaty of Versailles Reparations Coach Smith.
Interpretation of World War One: Gallipoli versus Blackadder Plymstock School History Department.
MARCH 1915 GALLIPOLI. THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE ENTERS THE WAR The Central Powers got a lift when the Ottoman Empire decided to join the war on their side. The.
World War I The War to End all Wars. Getting involved New Zealand had already undertaken preparations for war. Here a section of military cadets march.
Gallipoli February 1915 The Russians were in desperate need of war supplies. The only route to them was blocked by the Turkish blockade of the Dardanelle.
Gallipoli Quiz 1.What troops did not fight alongside the ANZACS at Gallipoli? A/ American B/ Indian C/ Nepalese D/ Canadian.
E. Napp World War I In this lesson, students will be able to define the following terms: Central Powers Allies Trench Warfare The Treaty of Versailles.
Battles of WWI. Do Now Take out web activity from Friday If you could have watched any of the battles that you learned about, which would you select and.
The Eastern Front. Canadian troops did not participate in the battles on the Eastern Front.
The Anzac Legend Simpson and his donkey Battle of the Nek
Gallipoli. The landing… On the 25 th April 1915 Australian troops landed on the Gallipoli peninsula. The aim was to take control of the Dardanelles Strait,
By Rían. What started out as a local European war soon became a global war that lasted from World War I was the first war that involved nations.
World War One. Simpson and his Donkey Simpson’s real name is John Simpson Kirkpatrick. Simpson was one of the first Anzacs to land on Gallipoli. When.
The Gallipoli campaign and the Anzac legend which emerged from it have had a significant impact on ideas about Australia's national identity. Although.
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.
Anzac day By Shivash Anzac day Anzac day is to remember all those soldiers who died in the war. Anzac means Australian New Zealand Army Corps. Anzac.
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