Hakan Boz

Hakan Boz

· Yayımlanmış Kitaplar Tarihi Değiştiren Mektuplar, Yediveren Yayınları, İstanbul, 2011 Yüzüncü Yılında Ermeni Meselesi, İddialar-Yalanlar-Gerçekler (Ed
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Çanakkale Savaşları Gelibolu, 1.Dünya Savaşı, Çanakkale Savaşları, Makaleler, Osmanlı Savaşları, Osmanlı, osmanlı, Gerçek Tarih, Gelibolu

Çanakkale Savaşları Gelibolu, 1.Dünya Savaşı, Çanakkale Savaşları, Makaleler, Osmanlı Savaşları, Osmanlı, osmanlı, Gerçek Tarih, Gelibolu

Kara Fatma (Fatma Seher Erden) (1888, Erzurum- 2 Temmuz 1955, İstanbul)

Kara Fatma (Fatma Seher Erden) (1888, Erzurum- 2 Temmuz 1955, İstanbul)

Battle of Sarikamish - Russians collecting the frozen bodies of Turkish soldiers. The Ottoman 3rd Army started with 118,000 fighting men. It was reduced to 42,000 effective soldiers in January 1915. The casualties of the conflict escalated beyond the end of the active warfare period as the most immediate problem confronting the 3rd Army became the typhus epidemic.

January 1915 - Ottoman IX Corps Surrenders Wholesale at Sarikamish Pictured - Russians collect frozen Turkish corpses for burial. Enver Pasha, the Turkish Minister of War, personally took control.

Soldiers of the Ottoman 3rd Army in winter gear during the Battle of Sarikamish, winter 1914-15. Lead by Ismail Enver Pasha, the Ottoman army invaded the Caucasus region during the onset of winter, which is a plan firmly grounded in logical forethought. Unfortunately, the 3rd army, poorly equipped and a little too mortal for such a winter, quickly froze and died. Thousands perished of exposure and disease long before seeing any military action with Russia.

Ottoman Turkish troops, ill equipped for winter warfare have suffered heavily from the terrible conditions

Wilhelm II in Turkey

Picture taken at Gallipoli in 1917 shows from left to right; Admiral Guido Von Usedom, Kaiser Wilhelm, Enver Pasha and Vice Admiral Johannes Merten.

Der türkische Kriegsminister Enver Pascha - Enver Pasha - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Enver Pasha as the War Minister of the Ottoman Empire during the First World War.