Officers of the Turkish camel cavalry during a coffee break on their march through Syria in 1915. Place unknown. The Sinai and Palestine Campaign was a secondary theatre of war between the Ottoman Empire and Great Britain during World War I (1915-1918). The Ottoman Empire, as a an ally of the Central Powers, was supported by German (Asia Corps) and Austro-Hungarian troops in Palestine. Photo: Berliner Verlag/Archiv

Coffee Break Officers of the Turkish camel cavalry during a coffee break on their march through Syria in Place unknown. The Sinai and Palestine.

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The Battle of Gallipoli was a an attack on the Ottoman Empire to help take pressure of Russia's front. There was hope that in the progression of the Gallipoli campaign that the Turks would have a revolution and join the allies.

Ali Reşat Çavuş, A Young Volunteer Soldier (15 years old) in the Ottoman Army, Gallipoli War (Çanakkale Savaşında Osmanlı Ordusunda Gönüllü Bombacı olan 15 yaşındaki Ali Reşat Çavuş)

Ali Reşat Çavuş, A Young Volunteer Soldier years old) in the Ottoman Army…

Kurtuluş Savaşında 47. Alayın Sancak Çavuşu; "İğneli Pembe"  Fotoğrafın üstünde Kahraman Pembe Hatun, altta ise "Düşmana karşı erkekler gibi harbeden ve sekiz yerinden yaralanan Pembe Hatun" yazılıdır...  Babasını Osmanlı-Rus Harbinde şehit veren İğneli Pembe, Kurtuluş savaşına katılmış, düşmanın İzmir'de denize dökülüşüne şahit olmuştur...

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Australian soldiers blinded in a German gas attack at an aid station near Bois…

Australian soldiers blinded in a German gas attack at an aid station near Bois de l’abbe, they had been gassed in the operations in front of Villers-Bretonneux, France, May [Colorized by Royston Leonard]

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